|A ship's tour|
It must of poured rain earlier the whole deck is soaked, more than just a wash down, everything is wet. After chatting with a guy he did say we hit a bit of a storm but now the sky is clearing and we are heading towards
Bonaire. I like to say they cleaned Bonaire for us.
We dock at 7 am and we can see the tours heading off shortly thereafter. Weather is perfect, so we lather on the sunscreen cause when in
Bonaire you have to snorkel. When we do head off we walk to our left and just head into the water right from shore. The fish are amazing, we feed them the mini wheats we brought from the ship and the fish just come and eat almost right out of our hands, there is about a 100 feeding off of one bag.
After about an hour of snorkeling we head back to the ship to shower and then head back out for a bit of a wander and we head to the grocery store to pick up some local soda that is lime flavoured (very good with the vodka from the mini bar) and then we stop at a gelato bar for a couple scoops of ice cream.
We are leaving early today from
I went and ordered some roses for the cabin, six roses for $30 and they look lovely in the cabin and the smell is very nice.
We head to Michelangelo Dining room and sit in Ciska’s section again. For dinner I had the eggplant in puff pastry, a mixed salad and then turkey scaloppini for my main entrée. For dessert I had the chocolate crepes. We were sitting next to two women from
(where I am from) who spoke only French so I chatted with them and then translated for Bernie. They really enjoyed chatting with someone and since this was one of their first cruises they had lots of questions. Quebec
|the ladies from Quebec|
Tonight is Beattlemaniacs, we saw them getting on in