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October 6 At Sea - Pacific Ocean

Pacific Ocean, cruising the seas, beautiful sun sets!


October 6 Pacific Ocean - At Sea

Well we both woke up hacking and coughing, so decided to stay in bed for an extra few hours. It was a good decision, because the rest helped us to lessen the effects of the cold/sore throat! We ordered room service, and finally rolled out of our room just after noon. We went to the dining room for a leisurely and light lunch, soup and salad. Starting to feel human again!

We walked around the ship a bit to get some exercise, and then popped in to the theatre to see a show, a juggler / entertainer named Cameo Rascale. He was good, entertaining, did a little juggling, a little dancing with a female partner, and more juggling.


And then we went back to the room for a little relaxing. Each day we receive a small tray of appetizers, which has been quite nice. See for yourself!


Before heading off to dinner, we spent a little time on our balcony, amazed at the beautiful sky:


Then once again it was dinner time, off to the BLU Restaurant we headed for another wonderful dinner experience. Thought you might like to see a bit of the BLU Restaurant, our menu for tonight’s meal and the decor:


We skipped the show tonight, deciding to listen to the music in the Grand Foyer. We visited with some of the passengers that we have come to know a bit, and then retired to our room about 10:00 PM.

Tomorrow we will be in Auckland, New Zealand for the day, sightseeing, shopping and such...that’s a wrap on the day. More to come...Carol on the go..

Well, just before signing off here’s something to contemplate. This painting is hanging on the wall in our room, at the foot of the beds. We have been trying to figure out what it represents but really can’t quite decide. It kind of looks like a close up of swirling soup, but it could be a photo of someone’s colonoscopy!! What do you think ?????


Posted by carolonthego 01:44

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