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 ...
... the included bike tour around Miami this morning and those who did were looking a bit worse for wear to be honest haha. Shaggy told us that the other Contiki tour which were on the boat too were all idiots so our group ended up keeping themselves to themselves. He also got lost in a club last night and couldn't remember what hotel we were staying at so after wandering around for a while he hopped in to a cab and told the cab driver he was staying on South Beach. When he ...
... 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 ...
... this is how the bed was set up. And there’s a light switch right at the head of the bed, just inches above the mattress, you could easily bump into while sleeping and turn on all the lights in the cabin. Who designs this ****?
It’s currently 2:50 a.m. Wow, so late! Time to put the laptop away and do a little reading before bed. We have two sea days ahead before arriving into Cartagena on Monday morning, so it should be a nice relaxing start to the voyage.
... We wait our turn, and then, we ask a porter, with the help of some tip, to take care of our luggage.
Without our luggage, we feel freeer, lighter, and are now impatient to board the ship at long last.
We have our set sail passes (filled in on the net) and passports ready and enter the huge hall, but there does not seem to be that many people inside, we are agreeably surprised.
As I read in some forums, RCI's organization is perfect, and even though ...