Enchanted Princess Day 5
– Dominica

Today we had our first excursion, a tour of the capital city Roseau and a trip up into the mountains to see the twin Trafalgar falls.

We woke up up to a beautiful rainbow that was also an omen of the wet day to come. Some of the pictures are through a wet window as we drove to the falls. We got on the tour and drove up to a view point. The picture below is NOT our vehicle.

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Enchanted Princess Day 5
– Dominica


Enchanted Princess
Day 4 – St. Thomas

Formal night was really fun, we met a couple, Dana and Russ that were a blast to talk to. Susan had duck l’orange and I had lamb. A very nice dinner.

Today we decided to walk into the capital city of Charlotte Amalie. From the port are there is a very nice path along the harbor, about 5 miles there and back. We saw an iguana, a turtle and a sting ray while we walked. The yachts were amazing.

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Enchanted Princess
Day 4 – St. Thomas


Enchanted Princess
Day 1 – Boarding

The night before the cruise we received an email saying the ship was being delaying into port and not to get to the port earlier than 1:00PM. Susan was happy as she would get to sleep in.

The later than planned, drive down to Fort Lauderdale was uneventful, dropped off our bags with the super nice porter Big Mike, parked and walked up to the terminal.

There was a fair line waiting to get in and people were still getting off the ship, but it really kept moving and was not too bad.

The Princess Medallion ship check in is super easy. After security you simply walkup, scan your medallion, have your passport/Vaccination/Covid test checked and you are done. Walked straight onto the ship by about 1:45.

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Enchanted Princess
Day 1 – Boarding


Reflection
Day 7 – Nassau

Last day…. 

We have been many times so for us this is another “sea” day. Reading and relaxing and wishing all our friends were here with us.

They let us out onto the helipad for the sail into Nassau, champagne included, very nice and something new.

Tomorrow we go home, looking forward to seeing everybody.


Reflection
Day 5 – St. Croix

St Croix is very pretty and the small town is very nice, but still recovering from hurricane Maria which destroyed 70% of the buildings here.

We had a nice walk, lots of chickens. 

We also found a tiny library

Spent some more time at the Ice Bar. Fun company and tasty drinks.

Dinner at Blu again, super service and great food again. Met Kathy and Tony from New Jersey, fun couple. He celebrated his 84th birthday on the cruise. I should hope to be so happy and engaged at 84.

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