Monthly Archives: March 2014

In the Early Hours of the Morning

In the early hours of the morning, we approached the entry to the Panama Canal, to the first set of locks, Gatun Lake Locks. Alongside the canal, a bus passes by and this tree is full of white balls. At … Continue reading

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Curacao and the Dolphins

The day after Aruba, we were in Willemstad, (Curacao), Antilles. On this day we had some clouds which were not unwelcome because when a cloud covered the sun it was a little cooler. Athough had it not been for the … Continue reading

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Aruba, One Happy Island

After a day at sea, our next port-of-call was Aruba – which has proclaimed itself One Happy Island. Indeed it is, as it should be – in the Caribbean, sunny with clear blue skies – and a multitude of tourists … Continue reading

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Share Your World – 2014 Week 12

It is a gray day here following a week of spring and I have opted to stay inside and play. No work today, all play. It really is not a plot to inundate you with posts, but it seemed a … Continue reading

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Half Moon Cay

Our first stop, after cruising overnight, was Half Moon Cay, Bahamas. It is a Cay (pronounced key, but your probably already knew that. I didn’t) because it is too small to be an island we were told. The dictionary defines … Continue reading

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Before We Boarded

There was a process to be followed – before we boarded.You know we stayed in a motel in Fort Lauderdale the night we arrived, a motel with a nice courtyard but the room – not so much. It was, at … Continue reading

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MS Zuiderdam

WARNING: This post contains many photos. Proceed only if you have some time. And interest. Let me introduce you to our home for ten days – the Holland America ship MS Zuiderdam (the u is silent, the i is long). … Continue reading

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