Dundee Bay Villas
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... holding at the dock and three out in the lagoon. It is a very personal experience. So, we watch and take pictures with the first group in the water. I really wanted to be in the second group because I wanted to see what was done and I wanted the experience to last longer with my active memory being the last part. Melissa, the trainer, is directive, funny, kind and thoughtful. She watched as the dolphins took their direction AND did whatever they wanted too. So, ...
We were woken up by Bahamian music blasting through the early morning skys!! Welcome to the Bahamas!! What a welcome ��
Disastrous start to the day when we heard over the announcements that due to the rough seas, a list of shore excursions were cancelled and our Reef Snorkeling Adventure was on that list.
So we were in a long queue to rebook another excursion. Most of the good ones ...
... with a huge birthday party in the grand atrium. They had cake, party hats, a DJ and free drinks! I ran into Pat Wilson (weezer's drummer) who thanked me for coming and patted me on the back. The guys in the band have really impressed me with their willingness to walk about the ship and mingle with the guests. Stand up guys and a big reason I've been a fan for the last 20 years. Great first ...
... the most remote beautiful beaches I have ever seen. We also had lunch at my favorite beach bar, the Margaritavilla. I was here 11 years ago and fell in love with this bar. It was hard to find but, so worth it. I never thought that letting Barron walk around carrying a coconut would hurt him but, a crab crawled out of it and bit him on the thumb. He went ballistic. I saw it happen but, couldn't get it off fast enough. Poor crab, I ...
... shade of turquoise. We pulled into the slip and filled out all the customs forms and hoisted the yellow quarantine flag and Denny went to customs with all our passports and boat documentation and paid the $300 cruising fee. The slip rental was $80, water was $15 and electric was $24. Very expensive. Once we were legal, we took down the quarantine flag and hoisted the Bahama flag. Then we did what we'd been dreaming of doing. Grabbed a cooler and some cold beer, snorkel gear ...