After we got into the boat from the ship we noticed the clouds above. Soon we felt raindrops. When we looked up, we realized it wasn't raining. It was a couple of window washers and when they sprayed it trickled down on us.
In this picture, we are approaching Coco Cay. It was a smooth ride to the island. No Oceanic survivors could be seen.
The beach was really pretty. Lots of coconut trees and sand.
Even on a small island there is shopping.
This picture was taken by Tom from the beach. The person para sailing is me. Didn't he get a great shot of me in the air. Now if you believe that, I have a bridge in Brooklyn I'll like to sell you.
When we got back they held a little 70's night complete with customers (dig the fro man) and the Village People. Sorry no pictures of the Village People - I was too busy dancing to take pictures.
This is Chris and her hubby Ron. Chris did a great job taking pictures of the trip and was generous enough to share and do a great slide show for all of us. Some of the photos I used were provided by Chris.
Carol sang at karaoke, belting out a song. That woman has some great pipes. She sings beautifully.
Sam and Robert didn't want to be left out and got up to do a duet. Don't fear more karaoke pictures next time. Robert changed out of his tux by this point. He had looked just as dapper as Sam.
When we got back to our room we found this on our bed. Don't you just love towel animals? Our stateroom attendant, Roy, was the best. He took great care of us during our trip.
I hope you enjoyed this part of my trip. Next up Nassau.
© Nadine Zawacki 2009