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October 5 At Sea, Pacific Ocean

October 5, our 4th of 4 consecutive sea days in the South Pacific Ocean!


Oct 5 At Sea - Pacific Ocean

It was a sleep in day; just a bit of a cough and sore throat setting in, darn it! Cruise ships can be a collection of bacteria on back-to-back sea days, and it seems we have both picked up a little germ-fest! So we took it easy this morning, wrote a bit of the blog, watched a bit of TV, played Sudoku, and ventured to the Cafe for a bit of breakfast. Very slow start to the day....but you never know who you will see on a cruise ship. We met the Waldo Family today!!


And then we remembered that we had signed up for the Seafood-Lobster Fest Lunch at the Tuscan Restaurant.


It was a beautiful lunch, featuring crab cakes appetizer, lobster bisque soup, king crab legs and salmon entree and baked Alaska dessert!! Oh my, enough calories for a small developing country in one meal. Delicious!! And the view from the restaurant was blue sky and blue ocean, ocean, ocean!!


After lunch we went to the theatre to see a show featuring Liam Cooper (on the right) and Andy Joy, both amazing singers / pianists who entertained us with songs for an hour. I might have sung along to many of them (I just can’t help myself)! We thoroughly enjoyed it.


Bingo! Of yes, it has to be done on cruises, only on sea days, so off we went!! It was fun, but no winning card today! We walked around the ship for a bit then came back to the room to read and relax. Spent about an hour just reading. It was good just to relax.

Dinner was in the BLU restaurant, again the food was delicious and staff was wonderful. After dinner we stopped into a “Minute to Win It” contest between the officers and some randomly selected passengers. It was funny, and of course the passengers always win! After a quick trip to the Casino, we headed back to the room and crashed for the night. And that’s a wrap on the day...more to come! Carol on the go...

PS: look what arrived today...


Posted by carolonthego 19:14 Tagged sea ocean at cruise pacific

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