At night our room steward would come into the room and clean-up, leave mints on our pillows and a cute little friend on the bed. Very nice touch.
Diamonds. I’ve never seen so many jewelry stores in one place in all my life. I’m not talking about cheap, cheesy jewelry, either. As I walked down the street, one store tout told me he could supply me with some serious Bling. I didn’t doubt him for one moment. I told him I was trying to stay humble.
I got to the top of the SkyRide on St. Thomas and ordered a frozen drink. To my surprise two of them cost me $18. Maybe I should have ordered them with alcohol in them. Then again, maybe I shouldn’t have ordered them before I asked how much they would cost…
Time to get on-board.
Veendam docked at Tampa on the last day.
One final, last show.
They carved ice everyday for the meals.
You may not be able to tell it by the picture, but my lovely wife seemed to be terrified of the turtles at the turtle farm on Grand cayman Island. It was by some serious coaxing that we got her to hold a turtle for a total of 47 seconds, a new turtle holding record for her.
The boat does take a pretty picture doesn’t it?
There is a cool (hot?) place on Grand Cayman named Hell where they sell neat t-shirts and postcards and other touristy stuff.