The next couple of days were spent in complete relaxation. Over the years, I have found that I rarely take vacations anymore, rather I take trips, and they are so full of adventures from the moment I wake up to the moment I fall asleep, that I return from the trip needing yet another trip to recover. Thus, my mission on this trip was to actually have a vacation — where all I did was sleep, sunbathe, eat, drink and repeat! When we were not at the beach, we were at the glamorous pool at the Cove.
And when we were not in the water, we were drinking tropical drinks with about five different liquors in them.
At night we would get all dolled up for dinner at a new restaurant.
And after dinner, we would stroll around the marina arguing over who gets which yacht and where we would sail it to next.
Whenever we would pass a Steel Drum Band playing we would stop to listen for a moment. Is there anything more Bahamian?
While I thoroughly enjoyed my life of luxury for these few days, as it definitely afforded me the time to the reflect on everything that had happened over the year and to thoughtfully select my 2011 resolutions, I was eager for the main event to arrive: New Year’s Eve.