Villa Flamenco Beach
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... 8217;t dance. The music is good and we dance the night away until we are so hot that we just can’t stand it so we decide to head back to the resort and go for a swim to cool down. The taxis by the bar are all wanting $4.00 per person to come back to Sapphire Beach (which is literally up the hill) so we walk down the road looking for someone who will take us for $2.00 per person. During our grumbling about ...
... outside overlooking the marina. I had a fantastic sauteed calamari with pineapple complete with frozen drinks and local summer ales - YUM! After getting a solid buzz on it was time to hit the shops, I've been feeling the need to indulge and reward myself with some new purchases and found a lovely sales associate at White House Black Market who was more than willing to relieve me of some of my hard earned money. Scored some cute new tops, a dress and jewelery to match with no ...
... know if anyone was in either place and I did not ask.
As we were touring the food and beverage storage area we found out the weekly budget for beverages is $500,000. The hard liquor is stored separately because of the alcohol content and the fear of fire.
In a quick pass through the engine control room we found out the ship carries some 813,000 gallons of diesel fuel. There are two ...
... to say, the first thing we did in the city of Dewey today was reserve a room for the night. We went into town for a bit and looked for souvenirs, bought some fruit, and fraternized with the locals. Met a nice couple who picked us up on our walk to town; they're from Philadelphia but sold their house and moved here and they rent a guesthouse called The Lighthouse (email@example.com, phone #: 215-528-4017). They gave us their card (...EVERYONE here has "a ...
... in the trip and then our taxibus driver came by and demanded we get on board as she was now going to Red Hook, so we joined the locals and finally made our 20 minute trip to the ferry port for $2 so that was a saving on our anticipated $8 pp for a private taxi. The joys of being an ignorant tourist but all ended well and we ...