Paradise Island Beach Club
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- Swimming pool
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... t help but overhear - since it was 3 feet away from me - between an individual with a Sopranos accent and a Rastafarian - any "herbal" refreshments one might wish to acquire.
On our way back to the hotel, we (of course) got lost and discovered a fantastic lagoon with a rope bridge over hammerhead sharks!!!! That evening we ventured to the swanky part of Atlantis at the Cove and enjoyed a very tasty buffet at Mosaic, and then drinks at Sea Glass.
... is kind of like a 3 sided conical tent - keeps the sun off and comes with 2 lounge chairs. Very relaxing. We wandered over to the grill for lunch - since this is a Princess beach all the food is free. We buy a bucket of beer and lounge around more - listening to Jimmy Buffet's "Songs You Know by Heart." Did I tell you that we travel not only with a little portable safe, but also with a ...
... April/early May from Southampton, England, to New York. Mike was aboard that journey and corrected the documentary several times when the narrator mentioned erroneous or exaggerated information.
Bed at 11:20 p.m. We are now sailing north on our way back to New York, where we’ll arrive early Sunday after two full days at seal. Our current coordinates are 26º 14.34’ N, 76º 54.51’ W, east of Cherokee Sound, Great Abaco Island, ...
... ship was docking into Nassau (said like Nasa).
Day 3: Nassau, The Bahamas
An even earlier morning today. Up and excited to see that the ship was already along side as we rushed to gorge ourselves at breakfast in an attempt to string out when we would next have to find the kids some food. The Roper's had already left the ship and were off on their own adventures leaving the Davis' and us to tour Nassau together. After a walk up the main street and ...
... looking manicured grounds. Dream on! The pictures speak for themselves!
We made our way towards the well indicated "Predator Lagoon" where we saw sharks, barracudas and many other creatures. The place was crowded which made it hard to take pictures without them! :-(
Once outside, we followed our guide back to ...