We're having a great time.
See the cocunuts?
We pass a cricket match on the way back to St. George's.
Sheila enjoying the scenery.
Grenada is the very ideal of a lush tropical island.
Last stop is the Annadale Falls.
I think he is going to jump.
There's Sheila again.
Back on the ship. It's time to relax.
As we sail away we can see the Grenada National Stadium.
We also get one last look at Fort George.
The cruise ship pier is empty after we leave.
So long Grenada.
We enjoy a day at sea as we steam from Grenada to Aruba. We spend much of the day relaxing on our balcony. Here we are enjoying lunch.
We picked up a hitchhiker.
We also see this masked booby from our balcony.
Some of our neighbors were also enjoying the day from their balcony.
We are not the first ship to arrive at Oranjestad, Aruba
The Freewinds is owned by the Church of Scientology. We saw her in Cartegna Columbia in 2009. I wonder if Tom Cruise is on board.
Princess Cruise Line's Island Princess was also in Aruba.
I went up to to take some photos while we were docking. Here is the view into Oranjestad from the ship.
Another view of Freewinds.
Constellation slowly moves into place. That is the passenger terminal that we will pass through as we leave the ship.
This marina was not far from the ship.
The view forward.
The cruise ship terminal is protected by a very small barrier island.
Another view of the barrier island.
This lone tree on the island attracted lots of birds.
We're off the ship pretty early and meet up with our tour in the terminal building.
We booked an island jeep tour. Four people were assigned to each Jeep Wrangler and we followed our guide who is in the pickup.
Sheila poses with our jeep at our first stop - the Cassibari Rock Formation.
Kenny poses at the top. You can just make out the ships in the background.
There are the ships. You can see that a Holland America ship pulled in after Constellation. The HAL ship is in front of Connie.
There are the jeeps.
Boulders and cactus.
Time to head back to the jeep.
We saw lots of these Aruban Whiptail lizards.
Time to leave.
Next we drive along the coast. We're on the windward side and the seas are pretty rough.
The next stop was the famous natural bridge that you've probably seen in photos. It collapsed in 2005.
Kenny heads down for a closer look.
He found some interesting rock formations.
Kenny taking photos of another natural bridge that was nearby. It is much smaller than the one that collapsed.