Cuba 1

Sun 30 Apr 2017 18:32

Because we had to break the sail in Ilse’s de Saintes instead of the booked flight from St Maarten to Miami and one overnight before joining Claire onboard the P&O Cruise-ship MV Adonia, it was a little more complicated….  A ferry from Basse Terre to Trois Islet, taxi to Point a Pitre, flight to St Maarten, overnight in the ‘Crewhouse’, a flight to Miami via Dominican Republic and two nights in the Pullman Hotel, Miami Airport.      

cid:image002.jpg@01D2BDE9.67A8C8B0  So goodbye Chris and hello Airportscid:image001.jpg@01D2BDE9.67A8C8B0 yes I was this early…and once I was settled in the I could relax and enjoy the facilities of the Pullman, I did a couple of sightseeing tours and then cid:image005.jpg@01D2C0D8.B22ABD20   cid:image006.jpg@01D2C0D8.B22ABD20 Sunday 22nd January dawned and I get to Miami Port and join the P&O cruise-ship MV Adonia, not sure what to expect I nervously looked at some of the many huge 3,000+ people cruise-ships lining the docks all heading to the Caribbean, I was delighted when Esta and Gustavo Torro met me at the dock and we went to meet up with Claire and settle into our home for 7 days, onboard MV Adonia.  MV Adonia, a P&O ship had been chartered for a full year by Fathom Travel offering people2people cultural visits to Cuba and Dominican Republic  a beautifully appointed ship with lovely touches of understated luxury.  At 14.00hrs we depart Miami for Cuba.

cid:image003.jpg@01D2BEB8.CA47D1D0   cid:image008.jpg@01D2C0D8.B22ABD20  Carnival Princess and MV Adoniacid:image007.jpg@01D2C0D8.B22ABD20   

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