- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... hungry and went for it. $100 later and we were well-fed and happy. That eve was one to just rest and read and get ready for bed. Day 4 My routine is down. Morning walk on the beach - check. Plenty of hot java - check. Daughter sleeps in - check. Today we head back - booo. Well, actually, I'm good to be heading home. Nothing like my own bed. Here's the thing though. The standing in line for an hour to get a hut by the beach - the going down at 5 in ...
... of Earth as it is today and climate change etc which was very well attended and very interesting.
We stayed in our seats to watch the next lecture which was given by the port lecturer regarding the Panama Canal as it is today and the work going on to widen and deepen the canal … very interesting.
Then the Princess Photographers showed their video on the history of the Panama Canal which we found interesting ...
... but we know of a sandy spot to get into the water. Malmok is not quite as far out as the California Lighthouse and if you didn't know about it you'd be concerned with getting off the bus out in nowhere.
There were two excursion boats at the beach when we arrived. You can easily tell they are cruise ships boats because 1) they are crowded; 2) they play loud music and 3) all of their snorkelers have to wear life vests.
We snorkel out north of the ...
... homemade granola we prayed our rosary, then lubed up and headed down to the pool. The boys jumped right into the water while Omar and Suzanne enjoyed lounging and reading in the warm windy pool area.
Hugo asked to ride the water slide again so Omar was happy to help him by having him ride on his lap. This was the beginning of many slide runs for the whole family. Bruno is the only one who still hasn't ...
Here is a little warning though for the area where we were- avoid jogging! When I went one morning for a run, I was threatened by a gang of 4 dogs in the neighborhood and I was scared enough that I had to find myself a stick to use just in case. Later, Julie told me that Aruba doesn't have a decent animal welfare law and so most of the wild dogs and cats are put to sleep ...