Halcyon Cove by Rex Resorts
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... butterflies. We’d seen a similar butterfly exhibit in Tucson, Arizona. In Aruba, however, the butterflies were in a more natural tropical environment. There were beautiful butterflies flitting everywhere. Some of the prettiest would not stop for a moment, making them impossible to photograph. Of course, the whole purpose of being a butterfly is to mate, so that caterpillar eggs can be laid on the leaves of appropriate plants ...
... and I decided to go back to our room and elevate my legs. The sea is still very smooth so no seasickness (yet)
The Captain had invited me (and about 300 other cruisers) to attend his welcome back social and today is formal wear, so Kathi and I got dolled up and attended. A group of 4 singers entertained us with a medley of Motown songs and the cruise director gave us a few fun facts about Princess turning 50. The Captain came out and spoke for a bit and then drew ...
... flight from Ottawa left late so we made it into Toronto rigth at when my ticket said was boarding time and of course our gate had to be on the complete opposite side of the freakin airport. I think we both burned at least 1000 calories running with our carry ons and 2 umbrella strollers and we were pretty sure we were going to miss our connection already freaking since the next flight to Antigua wouldn't ...
... around to Jolly Harbour and pumped out the holding tanks and then went onto the marina dock, a nice but expensive marina, but it had the best supermarket we had seen in the Caribbean and we did a major restock including
2x 1 3/4ltr Rum Bottles each less than Pds6. we went to the bar in the evening for a few rum and cokes.
13/2 We sailed around the north coast inside their massive barrier reef and went to a beautiful anchorage ...
... rocks, and sure enough, I saw it. There's an arch over water, but my view wasn't great. I didn't see any other place to get a better view, so I took my pictures (which weren't that great) and moved on.
The next stop was Stingray City. Ironically, there are tiny ruins that are difficult to find on the
tourist map, but Stingray City, one of the big sights isn't on the map at all. Fortunately, there are pretty good ...