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Saturday, November 19, 2011

Dockside in Labadee, Haiti

Good morning,

Today we are visiting Royal Caribbean's private island, Labadee.
Whenever I go ashore I have the same overwhelming feeling about the size of the ship and what a marvel she is. 
What a spectacular floating city.

 It's quite a warm day here in Labadee, the water is clear, and the sun is bright.

Enjoy,
Lois

9 comments:

Happy Days said...

Great photos of the ship!! It's so huge. I looked at all those ropes holding it tight. great shots! ...debbie

Lois Evensen said...

Hi,

Yes, the ship is beautiful, isn't it. :)) These images were taken a few days ago. Today we are at sea rockin' and rollin'.

Tomorrow we'll be back to Port Canaveral and a high speed Internet connection! It's time to head home after ten weeks at sea. As always, my blog will run a few days behind as we adjust to life on land again. ;)

So nice to see you, Debbie. I look forward to having enough bandwidth soon to get into your blog and other blogs again!

Big hugs,
Lois

TexWisGirl said...

it's a marvel to see those ropes trying to hold her in place!

Marit Johanne said...

Beautiful pictures. It is great to see blue sky and sunny days! Here it is mostly fog these days. But we have some few sunny days now and then, and enjoy those days even more.

Angela Häring-Christen said...

I just can say, great shots Lois.
Have a nice weekend, Angela

Montanagirl said...

So beautiful there, and nice shots of the ship!

Mama-Bug said...

What a beautiful spot to stop! The water is gorgeous.

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Lois, I just spent time catching up on blod reading. This post was colorful and certainly showed off Freedom. What a great ice show and hard to believe it's on board. Both sets of roses were lovely and the food looked too pretty to eat. Happy thanksgiving to you and yours. Hope you have safe travels home.

stringsofpurls said...

That ship is huge! You are the cruisingess (?) lady I know!