Royal Vacay

 

 

Note: First part previously posted.

 

About a mile or maybe even more from the shore, we saw a girl doing cartwheels on the water!  A few more people were standing right there in the still-ankle-deep clear water.  Our jaws dropped.  Just incredible!  So we walked and walked in the shallow water of the ocean, looking back at the beach that was so far away at that point.

We saw small jellyfish and even a baby sting ray right by our feet.  It was just an amazing feeling, standing on the white sand in the ocean - the water barely touching your ankles, seeing the whole island before your eyes - from the other tiny "island" in the ocean.

 

I guess I am trying my best to take you there for a moment.  Hopefully I came close:)

 

In the end, I just want to say that it was a bad day for most people on the ship as they left the island with a disappointment of a bad weather if you ask them.  As for us, the rain was the best thing that could've happened... we did the opposite of what the rest of the people did.

''When life gives you lemons - make lemonade"!  I just heard this from my husband.

We took these pictures as we walked in the ocean fearing that we'd step on these jellyfish or some other weird creatures along the way.  It was kind of a challenge and fun the same time.

Coco Cay was worth the pay!

 

What about you? Have you gone on any Cruises?  What was the one thing that totally amazed you ?

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