This morning we are sailing on the Laccadive Sea, and I thought I would share thoughts and mostly, pictures.
When I spoke of “full bore” speeding boats in a previous post here is an example.
Though the operator might be trying to outrun the approaching storm, as the commercial flight (center of pic) might be doing.
I have spoken, on occasion, about the EXC In Depth program. Their offices now occupy the space formerly reserved for the HAL children’s program.
How do they get those “pesky”Zodiacs on board?
Notice the crewman standing on the black box by the railing – by remote control, that’s how it’s done.
The canvas over the sides of the Zodiacs provide “comfort” for passengers/guests.
Finally, a look at the ceiling of the main dining room, I’d sure hate to be in charge of replacing those burned out lights!
But wait, there’s more …. We attended our final Mariners Award presentation and Luncheon (for this cruise), no awards for us since we will not have enough “pure” sea days until we sail again, just four days short of 500 when this cruise ends – so no Gold Medallions for us!
This is Mariana, our favorite ships photographer, she has “shot” us so many times on this cruise, she is like one of the family, beyond her, calling out the awardees is our Cruise Director,Ronel from South Africa. Mariana is from Mexico City.
Last luncheon and champagne toast for two happy cruisers:
P.S. My cut toe is healed, and the huge tree in my previous post is a Banyan Tree.