Loved this sign...
Yes we have the bananas.
And the chocolate beans, nutmeg, cinnamon, and tumeric.
Our ship on the left and the AIDAluna on the right.
So how was Grenada you ask? I'm so happy you did. I do not recommend EVER getting off the ship here. As in ever. We got heisted a hundred bucks for a 30 minute cab ride that took the curves on two wheels on the mountain roads. And before you think well it's just that one cab, think again. Why cruise ships stop here is beyond me and if I ever come here again I shall stay on board and swim instead.
Last night I got sick. Violently sick. Extremely violently sick. It was not Noro Virus beause I am fine today, woke up feeling wonderful. I suggested to Guest Services that perhaps I had food poisioning (which there is NO DOUBT I did). I was told that there was no problem on the ship, something I ate must not have"agreed" with me. Uh huh... We also heard the guy in the next cabin being sick as well.
A completely bad attitude. I told them I did not want anything, no compensation, just an acknowledgement that there was a problem. No, it was my problem. Princess, Carnival would not have handled it that way. No they would not have.
I wrote a letter to the hotel manager and dropped it off. We'll see if they step up to the plate of not. If not, buh bye Princess for me.
I have a comparison chart that I will share with you after I get back. Some things Princess does very well, some things, not so much.
So now it's time for me to go to the spa and swim. Back later...
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Location:The island of Grenada