Nassau

Nassau, Bahamas. Day seven. Not much has changed since my last visit. I was hoping to do some shopping but came away pretty disappointed. I went back to the ship after about two hours. I did, however, take a nice carriage ride. Wallace, the driver, and Nature's Boy, the horse, took me for a ride around the main part of town. It was quite enjoyable. The staff sang and performed for us at our farewell dinner. It was a hoot. Then it was off to the final show. There was a great acrobat act put together by a husband and wife team whose names I don't recall. It was a fantastic show. The evening ended with the ship's dancers putting on a last show for us and then all the performers seen during the cruise came out to wish us a fond farewell.
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An incredible acrobat team. I can't remember their names.
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The Royal Caribbean Dancers.
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A view of the beach.
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Off on my carriage ride.
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The Disney Wonder was in port. Great picture of the stern.
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The Ministry of Education building.
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Looking out the stateroom.
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The disembarkment point to Nassua.
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Another photo of some of the artwork on the ship.
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My stateroom is the fifth one from the right on the topmost row.
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A nice church.
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Entering Nassau.
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The ships performers wishing us a fond farewell.
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I liked the architecture of this house.
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Kimbar was doing lunch duty. We talked about 40 minutes. I invited him to come visit me in Tucson.
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Kimbar and Cetin.
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I took this picture of Wallace and Nature's Boy. Later that day I actually got to ride on their carriage - what are the odds?
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The performers leaving the stage.
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The House of Parliament.
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The pilot boat coming out to take the ship in.