Friday, March 16, 2012

Booze Cruise Revisited

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Booze Cruise 8

People who have nothing better to do with their lives than read this blog may recall last year's post from Tamarindo about going out for the afternoon and sunset cruise (known as the booze cruise - open bar) with Blue Dolphin Sailing. It's a lot of fun but a word of warning: you better like Latin pop music played LOUD. It gave me a splitting headache, although that may have been enhanced by the fruit punch with cacique, the local hooch. Someone said it's made from sugar cane and industrial solvents. We're back at the condo now. I put Cosi Fan Tutti on the iPod and things are much better.

In any event, the passengers were young and beautiful, with certain exceptions. Our captain, first below, steered us through some high winds and sea swells. On the way back, the crew started to pull the ladies out to dance, adding to the hilarity.

We've got a day trip today to Palo Verde National Park and the village of Guaitil. So many pictures, so little time.

Booze Cruise 6

Booze Cruise 3

Booze Cruise 5

5 comments:

cieldequimper said...

I had nothing better to do this morning lol, so I'm commenting here! Beautiful shots but when on sea I prefer to listen to the silence of the waves...

Kate said...

Beautiful people, indeed! You must be having a very fine time!

Virginia said...

This evoked a memory of too much rum punch on Grand Cayman many years ago. Whew!
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Bibi said...

Wow...that first photo looks like an ad for some sort of alcohol. Looks like all had a good time...

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Fun times Bob!