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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... It is hard to believe no painting or staining is involved as the pieces are very colorful.
Naturally while on shore we also sampled the local beer - Balashi. Pokey and Gumby enjoyed hanging out with us. As we were sitting in the cafe (don't miss the photo below of the sign in this bar), Rosanna and Reto from Switzerland went by. We called to them and they joined us. The four of us made plans to meet at their cabin at 1:00 for lunch tomorrow.
... to work on his masterpiece sand sculpture. Last night he asked to see a picture of an alligator. He sketched it and brought the picture to the beach. He got busy digging and hour after hour we saw a tremendous alligator emerge from the sand.
We tried out the metal detector that Jiddo gave the boys. We are still learning how to use it and that created a bit of an adventure. While Omar was demonstrating to the boys on how to use ...
... the fish of the day (e.g. Barracuda, Mahi, Snapper) with a selection of sides that include pickled vegetables and plantains. With the four of us sharing the basketful of fish, shrimp and plantains, it cost us only $12 per person. Be warned though that they deep fry everything; hence it's oh so good! We had to do multiple visits to the place ourselves as a way to perfectly end our ...
... passing through the Turks and Caicos and the Bahamas. We will arrive in Ft. Lauderdale early Monday morning. Tomorrow’s sea should be light swells, but wind and higher sea is expected once we move north of Cuba and Haiti.
I’m not sure I will blog tomorrow night, unless something interesting happens. Sea days on Holland America are quiet affairs, which is perfectly fine with me. I’ll say hello Sunday evening. Stay ...
... little about roughing it camping out in the wild, and I'm sad to say as i wake up in my 4 star Aruba resort that i still know very little about camping, other than lugging a brand knew barely used 10 man tent around the country is annoying.
Anyway back to the day at hand. Me and Les woke up at our usual time of 11am. The wedding ceremony is not due to start until 4:30pm so we still had some time to hit the gym and take a quick dip in the sea. I'm still hopeful that my ...