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... snowbirds). I joined them as they squealed for joy when we landed in Aruba's Caribbean heat. Aruban immigration took one look at the backpack on my back and grubby clothes, and asked if I was coming to work on a cruise ship. Turns out I look like a Filipino! After convincing immigration I was simply in Aruba on transit, I spent 8hrs walking around the island's resorts, then jumped on a tiny propeller plane to Bonaire. Bonaire is a strange place. Its a tiny island with a ...
Sea days are always so relaxing and a great way to rest up after island excursions. We always start our day with some Christian praise music and get ready to fulfill Tony's to do list for the day! We usually have some little ship errands to run and some meetings to attend. We did make time for some bocce with the crew and lost miserably! But, it was pretty fun! Finally, after lunch, I convinced Tony to head over to the pool deck where they ...
... Sights: - Lac Cai. One day we did a family trip to the far south of the island, to the beaches at Lac Cai, known for there windsurfing and snorkelling. The Seligson's and Diana enjoyed the snorkelling, while Joe enjoyed the peace and relaxation from the banana lounge at the bar. A nice relaxing location with a few bars on the beach, with lounges practically in the water. During our drive there we came across an unfortunate goat who'd ran too close to a cactus ...
Largely untouched and unspoiled, the town of Kralendijk on the island of Bonaire is best explained by translating its name. Kralendijk, Dutch for "coral reef," is a world-class snorkeling and scuba-diving spot. In fact, the entire reef that surrounds the island is a National marine Park. The name Bonaire, French for "good air," hints at the prime habitat for bird-watching. Keep your eyes peeled for 200 species of birds, including the pink flamingo.
... would rather have a mac than a man, she's clearly a real apple fan ;) we found out that baby beach sounds like a good place to snorkel.
After another cuppa we went back to the room and got ready for dinner, decided on the buffet again. After the buffet we went to the karaoke superstar night and heard the first round of five peeps. We walked the deck about 5 times for a bit of exercise, 3 laps is a mile, and that was that.
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