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Voyage To Half Moon Cay

Ehlzhbeta Chegarova - prosto_gost • 3 minutes read • June 27th, 2016

Half Moon Cay 

was the first port of call during our cruise, it is a private island of 

Holland America Line

. There is no cruise that would miss this island paradise, this plum of happiness (only if the weather does not allow)!
The ship anchors and lowers boats on the water - passengers go ashore...
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There were a lot of children, of course, it was school break!
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Someone gets on the sunbed right in the heart of the crowd.
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The others go away from the hustle and bustle.
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You can ride a horse and feel like a horseman on the passage.
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You can get to an absolutely deserted place in 20 minutes.
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For many tourists, the craziness of the beach is a pleasure. Some of them even fit in a group gymnastics class.
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There is special transportation equipment for people with disabilities.
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Of course, there's also food on the island - barbecue ribs, watermelons with pineapples, and cocktails with Coca-Cola. There are also stronger ones, with a delivery directly to the sun loungers.
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In general, there's this sign there for a reason.
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We’ll definitely come back here!
Author: Prosto_Gost
Source: prosto-gost.livejournal.com
Translated by: Olesya Zhukova

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