Articles with tag: royal caribbean international

Further along  Aruba island is the  Baby Bridge, where the ocean has gradually eroded parts of the island: Tourists arrive in colored jeeps: The sea: Black stones are scattered all over the island: Going towards the shore. Stones are stacked everywhere: A...
The Garden of Stones ( Aruba ) formed from huge blocks: One of the giant blocks of stone: Some visitors climb the formations for better views: Narrow passageways through the rocks: At the very top, a spectacular view: In the distance you can see our liners. And from the right...
From the map below, Aruba and Curacao are close to each other. First on the list is the  island of Aruba . The island was discovered by the Spaniards, but quickly disregarded the island because they did find anything of value. Then the Dutch arrived...
We arrived at the port of  Maho Beach . We walked around the local shops. And aboard the liner. No rain or fog. Leaving the island of  St. Martin at 5 p.m. We really enjoyed Maho Beach, especially watching the planes land. However, we didn't have the same luck...
The island was discovered by Columbus in 1493 and named in honor of St. Martin. The northern part of  St. Martin  belongs to France and the southern part belongs to the Dutch government.   The French part of the island has French as its official language and the Euro as its...
So, we arrived on the French side of  St. Martin  island. It started raining again. The biggest historic monument on the island is Fort Louis, named after the King of France. We went to see it.  You can see the fort atop.  Of course, we also climbed up there....
After the tour around  St. Martin island, we took a taxi to Maho Beach . The  Princess Juliana International Airport was situated near that beach, with planes landing just over the heads of holiday-makers. Schedule of the planes’ arrival were written on a board on the beach...
So, we returned onboard the " ADVENTURE of the SEAS ". The liner that was next to ours had already sailed away. We departed at 5.30 p.m. The  island of St. Thomas  was left behind. And we went to have dinner. The menu was the same as the previous liner ...
We came to the beach near  Ocean Park . You can see the aquarium from the beach. Wonderful shady beach. There were detached stones in the water on the right side. There were so many fish! Bright like in an aquarium!  People crowded near those stones with masks and snorkels....
At 2.30 p.m., we fed the stingrays in the outdoor pool. Everyone has the chance to participate! Those who wanted to were given pieces of fish.  There were not many people. Stingrays hid in the shadows. It turns out they tan in the sun. And being tanned means they are easily spotted by...

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