I didn't think to take pictures of our cabin until we had made ourselves quite at home.
We didn't know if we would ever cruise again so we had selected a room with a balcony for which we mentioned at least several times a day that we were glad we had made that choice.
We generally slept with our patio door open at night.
We felt quite at home in the . . .
(who knew we all call is something different)
It was slightly larger than our RV washroom so we in felt we had room to spare.
I never did take pictures of my whole wardrobe . .
so here you have it.
One medium suitcase . .
one garment bag . .
two carry ons and I came home with some clean clothes.
I will tell you what I packed another time.
The patio was small with enough room for two chairs and one small table.
My brother and sister in law .. .Ken and Mary, had the room next to us so we had the divider opened between us and enjoyed sharing our breakfasts and late night snacks together on our patio's side by side.
I won't be taking you on any excursions because we didn't take any.
We wanted to take life easy on this vacation and as someone explained to us . .
Cruising is travelling not a vacation.
If you want to have a vacation you should probably go sit on a beach and take your stack of books with you.
We did love the cruise and took our stack of books to the pool. .
and didn't regret one moment of sitting there reading.
Each morning around 8 in the morning we would come into port.
This was one of our favorite times of day and usually tried to have our coffee on the balcony to watch.
Our first stop was St. Thomas.
We got off the ship and took a short taxi ride into the town and walked through the shops for a few hours.
We came back to the ship. .
walked the steps from our 11th floor to the 15th floor to the dining room. .
and ate lunch.
After 24 hours at sea I still did not feel one bit seasick and was so happy that my ginger pills were enough to keep my tummy calm.
We had dinner at six everyday . . .
right around the time we would set sail for the night.
all for now . .