Lighthouse Cove Resort
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... which was completely unnecessary but totally amazing because they were all fun interesting flavours. We had a ¼ of each donut and saved the rest. My mum got a breakfast sandwich and my dad got a breakfast plate including some yummy grits and hash browns. After a quick stop at the Publix to pick up some florida oranges for my aunt back home, we went back to the hotel to finally enjoy the hot weather that my parents came for. We threw on our bathingsuits and went to the ...
... take risks, try new things, experience every bit of culture you can suck in, enjoy every single moment. I live to travel. My solo travels have never gone as smoothly as the dancing flight of a dandelion seed... Nope.... When I went to Spain at 17 and 3 engines broke on the plane and we were stranded on the jetway for 7 hours then in a random Miami hotel for a night, I missed all my connections and had no way to contact anyone... I met some lovely ...
Woke up at a reasonable time, went for breakfast and then come back and packaged up all of our bags! For breakfast, I had huevos ranchero which is Mexican nachos with eggs. Then we hit the Florida Turnpike, for Fort Lauderdale! Thanks goodness that grandma read about the sun pass, as it made the trip a lot for enjoyable. At the first rest stop, we had a bathroom break and then I drove from there and ...
... the over-water flights. Although I’m pretty much prepared for where I’m going, I knew if any last minute questions came up I probably could get an answer at Bayan.
I’m treating myself to a hotel overlooking the beach for New Year’s Eve. It’s finally warm, the sun is shining and the ocean has a parade of cargo ships and cruise ships coming and going from the port adding motion to the scenery. Like always, the ...
... we will ponder our activity time whilst the ship sails trans-Atlantic for 6 days to our first port of call Ponta Delgada in the Azores, Portugal. Needless to say, our pondering will be assisted with an exhaustive list of activities, dining venues, pools and hot tubs, sporting venues, theatres (live and movie), health and spa facilities, shopping venues (not more!), lectures, games, etc. etc. etc.
How will I find any time to write this blog!!