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The new(er) port of Falmouth looks so colonial and British Empire Authentic.  Sailed here several times this decade, with RCC, MSC and like today, Disney
Just Do It...Later  Swish.. with Red Stripe Beer

Traditional colonial tin roof dwelling


Rain or shine, I got you covered

One can imagine sugar cane merchants, the red clay roads leading to their plantations and "servants" burning and cropping the fields to harvest the cane; mixed with the sweet smell of molasses, a by product from refining  the white gold.

This was a bygone  time before Sweet and Low and  Splenda.
No to Decaf, and Sugar Substitutes, with zero calories.
The bittersweet fact remains,  African slaves, who outnumbered the Europeans 10 to 1, did all the labour.The effects I have come to know through Reggae music. Bob Marley's Redemption Song, vividly tells how awful the slave trade was.
2015 Disney Magic Pier Group berthing us safely
2014 The view from Deck 12 of the Navigator of the Seas . And from land, Docking next to The Freedom of the Seas
I started sailing here in 2009(MSC)Still amazing

The precip is fine mist that never creates puddles.Cool!


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