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Reflection cruise


The Reflection is a relatively new ship,  so we thought we would check it out on a one week Caribbean cruise.  It has become one of our favorite ships .  All the shipboard facilities were nice, we’ll laid out and tastefully decorated. Plus, there was some truly great at work on display.   And of course the food was excellent,  and we had a beverage package so we didn’t go thirsty either.

Or cruise took us to Cozumel, Grand Cayman, Jamaica, and an unexpected stop in Nassau.   The last stop was added to replace our planned stopover in Coco Cay, as there was a major storm in that area.   No one seemed to mind.

It was fun to travel with our friends (Les and Ida Cook), we made sure to get enough to eat,  and got some nice photo opportunities.  Below are a few, and many more in out Flickr album.

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Inside the dining room

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Shopping center in Jamqica

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Colorful Jamaica!

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Jamaica flower

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Not sure about some of the ships in the harbor

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A view of where we've been

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Guess we made it to the Caymans

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It does get hot on the islands. ...

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Romola, Les and Ida

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Island colors

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More colors

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Making sure we stay off the rail

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Romola and Ida between the ships

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A park in Cozumel

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Where we had great Indonesian food (Chi)

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Our ship

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Early morning on board

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Swimming pool at dawn

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Following the NCL Escape out of Miami

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Atlantis hotel

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Back to Miami

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At the Atlantis hotel

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