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Cruise

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

My cruise was so amazing! We went on Royal Caribbean's 7 night Eastern Caribbean cruise.

The ship left from Port Canaveral and the first stop was Royal Caribbean's private island, Cococay, Bahamas.




Shawn and I decided to go on the kayaking excursion. It was so fun! A shark swam right under our kayak! And our guide picked a starfish out of the water, and I kissed it on its eye for 10 years good luck! After kayaking we walked on the beach, then I got a bad migraine, so we went back to the ship.




The ship itself was very fun! It was incredibly large, and there was always something going on. We saw shows, movies, parades, and ate wonderful food.



I spend a lot of time reading and relaxing on the ship.

Shawn tried out the Flowrider, which is a surfing simulator.

Our dining room was located on the 5th deck, and we ate nearly every meal there. In addition to the dining room, there was a buffet restaurant, which I did not like because it was very crowded. Our first night on the ship, we ate at one of the specialty Italian restaurants, Portofino.

I loved eating on the 5th deck because we had such a great view.


We got the wine package and tried a different wine every night at dinner.

Tomorrow's post: our stop at St Thomas.

One Response to “Cruise”

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