The Crane Residential Resort
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... I wanted to the happy dance right then and there! ( Any of you with a family of five know that laundry seems to go up exponentially as you add more people.)
It was raining when we arrived so we did not head over to the beach but Robbie managed to jump right into the lap pool that is outside of our terrace. The terrace is like a slice of heaven, private and pretty. There is a 40 foot lap pool , dining area , sitting area and 2 ...
... doing. They just brought me wine, I didn't even ask for it (which is good because I probably wouldn't have been able to pronounce them.) My waitress then proceeded to describe the wine in detail, and I had no idea what she was talking about. For my first course I was served "salmon mousse with caviar." It was strange, but not bad. Then I had a "goat cheese soufflet" which was very good, and for my main course I had duck. I don't know ...
... Perhaps later on in the cruise.
Afterwards we went into the Havana Lounge to see Paul Eastwood, a comedian. The place was packed and we could only sit on bar stools near the back. I couldn't hear very well because of the noise of the barmen taking customer orders and mixing drinks, but what I did hear was very funny.
Then it was off to bed in B238 - tomorrow we were due to reach our first port of call, Curaçao in the Dutch ...
... case the receptionist called the room with the booking and it turned out that they did book the taxi but it sounded like they were still asleep! I guess they're not running the race today. We took their taxi.
It was still dark outside. It was about 70 degrees with no breeze. Not really humid like Jamaica last year but not ideal. We arrived at the start line which was at the Bay Street Esplanade. ...
... friend relatives. More whooping from the boys and then we were on our way.
We arrived to a dock with several boats as Tiami is one of many catamarans. I was greeted by a lovely woman who offered me a mimosa and I took it--a little something to take the edge off.
Because our group was quite large, they had arranged for two boats for us. We (Alex and her gang adopted me) were on the second boat which we were told was ...