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... got to make our own hybrid trees, which will then be planted in the plantation at some point in the future. David commented surreptitiously to me that the entire operation was genius. They have actually managed to get tourists to pay so that they can work in the plantation making hybrid trees. Pretty smart premise, and we all went along with it with gusto!
After the plantation we were taken to grind our own cocoa nibs and make chocolate. We took ...
... single dish I have tasted.
When we get back to the ship, the crew puts out a swimming pavilion so that we can take a dip in the Caribbean. The water is warm, buoyant and 15 meters deep. Wow! Dinner is a barbecue on deck followed by a singalong--sea chanties with the crew. (The service on the SC II is superb, and the passengers feel all warm and fuzzy about the staff.) It is a pleasant way to almost-end our ...
... between Australia and the South Pacific and Japan, with some cruising in between. The present cruise started in 2010 when Drina sailed from Sydney to Port Montt in Chile via the Southern Ocean, then cruised the Patagonian Channels and in 2011 rounded Cape Horn on the way to Falklands. After Falklands they encountered their worst weather yet on the way to Mal Plata when they had four days of sustained winds of 50 to 60 knots reaching 80 at times. The passage then led up ...
... t own. So they are able to move house, literally, in one day, by dismantling it and re-erecting at a new site, again that they don't own.
It wasn't a cheap choice and not a good one. The aerial tram was in fact a six seater chair lift that glided through the ...
... ashore by boat taxi, in a considerable swell, in order to sort out all the necessary formalities..Our pilot book warned of incidences of violent robberies and recommended not staying in the bay overnight. This seemed to be born out by the various "wanted" posters which adorned the local police station!
From here we continued to Kearton's Bay, a delightful little bay with a small area for mooring run by the restaurant "Rock Side Cafe" ashore. A ...