Voyage 7019

La Romana to Puerto Caldera

 

 

Day 1 - October 3, 2010 - La Romana, Dominican Republic

The Prince Albert II and its crew were well prepared for the start of another fantastic voyage in the Tropical regions.

 

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Day 2 - October 4, 2010 - At sea

As soon as I sat down a scallop appetizer was handed to me, melt-in-your-mouth soft with a topping of spicy dried fruit—delicious!


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Day 3 - October 5, 2010 - Willemstad, Curaçao

On the way to the city center of Punda - with its world famous colored houses - they crossed the emblematic St. Anna floating bridge.


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Day 4 - October 6, 2010 - At Sea

The first thing that I saw this morning was a magnificent display of aerial gymnastics put on for us by a group of Masked Boobies.


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Day 5 - October 7, 2010 - At Sea

With the final day at sea of our voyage coming to and end, it is with great excitement that we look forward to the coming days and the experiences we will have.


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Day 6 - October 8, 2010 - San Blas Islands

After that we were led through narrow village streets, past a dazzling array of brightly coloured molas, embroidered cloth, jewelry and carvings.


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Day 7 - October 9, 2010 - Panama Canal

At 6:30 this morning I was up on deck, excited to see the Prince Albert II transiting the Panama Canal.


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Day 8 - October 10, 2010 - Mogue Village, Mogue River, Darién, Panama

From a distance, our ship was a dazzling sight, her bright lights reflected and sparkling across the sea surface.


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Day 9 - October 11, 2010 - Isla Coiba & Granito d’Oro

Our day started at about 9:00 with the guests who wanted to go on a hike through the jungle on Isla Coiba – a much larger island only a short Zodiac ride away from Granito d’Oro.


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Day 10 - October 12, 2010 - Golfo Dulce, Costa Rica

Joined by several local guides, along with the resident botanists who have tended to these gardens for over twenty-five years, we toured amongst the gardens as hummingbirds and macaws flew overhead.


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