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... so impressed with their manners and knowledge of various subjects.
We decided to take a dinghy ride and check out the local scene where we ran into the "Ghost Ship" which is named accurately due to the ghostly look and actual name. We were told that it was an abandoned boat and was left there to sit. It has become an attraction in itself since ...
Next stop: The Bargain Boat
What can i say? Originally I looked into booking a cottage on the gulf coast of florida thinking "it's October, I should be able to find a good deal." Much to my surprise they were all still about $800-1K for a week, more than i wanted to spend. Looking back, I should have gone with my first instinct.
While online i thought to myself "self, go to one a those travel sites that promises the best deals and type in cruises" so i did and was ...
After 3 years of planning to cruise the Abacos islands in the Bahamas, we finally got here on Tuesday, February 22, 2011. The first week in December we left with Paul & Linda Ledoux and their Cal 33 and sat at the anchorage in Lake Worth for 7 straight days and nights through 32 degree weather at night and rain and high winds and decided there would be no weather window for a while. We then returned to the Loggerhead Marina in Stuart. Paul & Linda had to change their plans ...
The smuggling operation went off with out a hitch! When the security guy asked about the bottles in my bag on the x-ray, I opened my bag, pointed out the box of douche. He just said OK and off we went! Woo Hoo! I must admit it was all about the challenge. The last cruise we took had a bar bill to last a lifetime!
Tha ship was nearly 30 years old but seemed to be in pretty good shape and ...
We decided to venture off to shore today, so we signed up for an excursion to a zoo and gardens, and we rode a tour van around the island, where we were able to see an island fortress, as well as The Queen's Staircase.
We began our tour at the island fortress, where we were able to explore its walls, cannon, and views of the Caribbean escape. A picturesque old water tower added to ...