Rosewood Jumby Bay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... n' greet" from the resort we were staying in, free drinks and appies for the whole time and some prizes. Since all units within our small area are timeshares, either rented out or lived in by owners, they do a weekly meet n greet so you get to know the same people who come same weeks you do. My mom stayed behind with Matteo since he had the fever while my stepdad, jimmy, kai and I went ahead. At first I thought it would be ...
... loungers. But the highlight of the afternoon was yet to come... Jet skiing. We were offered Jet ski's at the price of $40 for half an hour and originally I wasn't interested but when we were told the boundaries that we could take them and the thought of being able to explore a little really excited me and before I knew it I was reaching for my wallet. We spent 30 minutes in pure exhilarating heaven. The sights were more beautiful than any I've ...
... thought they were being clever by digging out our details from our previous visits and partially filling in the registration form for us, but somehow they managed to get me in the same room as my sister and David in the same room as Min. We managed to sort it out and were quickly taken to our rooms.
Elaine and David seem to like the hotel a lot. It certainly is an oasis of calm, the food is excellent, the drinks plentiful and the surroundings ...
... and the exciting times to come. Being the year of my 30th, its turning out the be a big one… the best yet.
The plans for a big year of travelling, partying, the usual rigmarole, started around May 2012 when I had just started my 2nd job on a yacht, MY ACE. I managed to get VIP tickets to a music festival in California with my friend Holly, which is over easter 2013. The ticket was a 30th birthday present to myself. ...
... a bit on foot, stopping at the Episcopal Cathedral, badly damaged by an 1843 earthquake and looking like a ruin, but apparently still used for daily services. Restoration seems to be a continuing process. I returned to the ship and had lunch around 2:30 and spent the rest of the afternoon relaxing.
I lost track of time. When I heard a horn I went up to the Oceanview Cafe to see who was leaving ...