|My return to normalcy after the cruise has been a rocky road, my head still exists in some different realm of tropical palm trees, lazy beach bars, blatant and unhealthy overeating, and attractive ladies cavorting around on sandy beaches in tiny bikinis. Nightly, I find myself dreaming about the Caribbean and realizing, like Jimmy Buffett said, "my occupational hazard is my occupation is just not around." So as much as I might want to don my Captain Jack Sparrow hat, seize some harbor queen sailboat down in Charleston, and make like the mythical and fun loving pirates of old but I'm stuck with these sorry ass pictures from the January cruise. |
It all sound wonderful and made me remember my Caribbean cruise in January 2010. The beer tasting would have been right up our street! LOL
Oh I need some sun on my back right now!
Didn't the wife snap a picture of you in the pool with your coconut bra on? If she did, are you gonna post it? ;~D
Glad you had fun - and I'm with Liberality: Let's see the pics of the coconut bra!
Akelamalu: The beer tasting on the ship was fun, but I enjoyed my time at the bars meeting people.
Liberality and Tricia: Given that I was shirtless and pant-less that series of pictures will more than likely remain classified. I still have the coconut bra and for the record it appears my cup size is "A."
Well ... I kept scrolling, waiting for the photos of the bikini babes.
Will there be another post with those pictures ??
I am happy that you had such a wonderful time. I am also thinking about the japanese people you met. Would they be back home now. We are al here in shock of the disaster in Japan.
Good to enjoy life as you can't take it for granted.
ok, the 2 pictures of miss wiggles just made my night. too cute. sounds like it was a fun time and at least you have a pleasant reason for lack of brain function. cook p a good excuse for mt failure of the grey matter, would ya?
Very informative post. I'm so glad that plans to build condominiums on Wisteria Island have been shelved. I'm in no doubt that the greedy developers will try again :-).
I think we are alike in this regard: we would be excellent ex-pats living and dying in Caribbean time. :-) Nice shot of Miss Wiggles.
Marja: I have that Japanese couple's email address and sent them a note yesterday morning when I returned home from work, have not heard anything back, yet.
Don't want to start a panic but out of the four corners of the Pacific Ring of Fire North America hasn't been hit, yet.
Lime: It was an awesome time and like I mentioned at the last picture little chance we will be able to go again for a long time. That has not stopped me from signing up on any cruise line sweepstakes I stumble upon.
Windsmoke: Wisteria is just too damn small, on the left hand side of the picture is a small part of a neighboring island about the same size that was developed. It's "cute" but the people on it are too blue blood and rich for me.
Gwen: Damn straight! I still have not given up on becoming an expat.
Man, for someone so versed in, and having experienced, semi-tropical culture, you sure do post very few shots of bikini babes. :)
Bill and Randal: I have to keep the good stuff for myself. Through a bunch of uncomfortable occurrences I have discovered most hot chicks do not want some drooling fool snapping pictures of them on the beach.
Dems brewskis is looking mighty good, bra.
I once went to Cancun and ran into a Brit. When he found out I was from Florida he asked, "what the hell are you doing here?" Like Florida was paradise. I should have been more specific and said Baja Georgia. But, now that I think about it, I surely wouldn't give up here for there.
Will: They were good, but they limited the beer, unlike the tequila. I just stole the ones my wife hadn't drunk yet.
Mr. Charleston: Hell, if I could I'd tell Redneckland to kiss my ass if I had a chance. Florida is paradise for me.
Love that last shot of Miss Wiggles! Never been on a cruise, but now you have me thinking.
Florida is quite nice, thanks, but I'd trade you our governor any time... even Nikki Haley seems better than him.
Pixel: All I can say is GO! They are great if you are very active and like adventure or just want to find a lounge chair and read while the ocean passes by.
Methinks, double b, that you like your tequila straight. If, however, you want a change of pace, try a tequila sea breeze (tequila, cranberry juice, grapefruit juice, and a twist of lime). Very smooth/refreshing.
Thanx for the photo's and read Bum, look's great! I have never been on a large vessel like that, or on any kind of cruise at all, even land for that matter ... I used to ride the boat's up and down the Thames River in London or the Staten Island Ferry in New York City, drive a couple small boat's and once a Yacht on Lake Mead (Nevada), but that's it.
Beautiful place. That is a nice place to have fun with your friends and family.
Ranch: All I can say is do cruise when you can! They are awesome!
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