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I must say, Puerto Rico was a lot more impressive than I remember. The tightly packed streets were loaded with small shops and cafes galore. I ran across a few street vendors who offered cheap local eats and drinks I’d never heard of before. I indulged in a drink called Mavi for the low price of a buck. It was fermented extract from some plant root. It tasted somewhat like a ice tea, but more flavorful. I stumbled across a huge fort that is now used as ...
... back to the port. Another wander around the Market where yet another shop keeper tried to sell me something over priced to which I questioned its authenticity which left him lost for words so I left.
No doubt the shop keepers of St Thomas have created a doll and are currently sticking pins in it.
Back on board we had a late lunch at the International Café and a Flat White. ...
... the shops opened and this is where we felt the most
disappointment with the town itself.
Unless you were in the market for some loose diamonds or any other
number of gemstones, watches or rings, then you were not going to find anything
interesting in the town of Charlotte Amalie.
Almost every single shop was a jewellery store and each of these stores
had at least one person outside trying to get you to go into theirs. I ...
... and the kids aren't so grumpy.
After breaky, we had coffee on our balcony and read our books for a while. Then we went to the "Meet and Mingle" function that was put on for Cruise Critic forum roll call. They had raffles with ...
... out Ed is employed by J P Morgan,
same as Wendy. He will be sending incriminating photographs to her on his return. I think he is a VP or something. I told him Wendy was vastly undervalued and
underpaid so I'm sure that will speed along her redundancy package!
Sorry Dee Dee ...