First I will tell you that yes.. as predictedÃ¢â‚¬Â¦ I do have a solid dislike for Mathew. But that means he did his job very well. I worked on a new leg torture device that managed to find muscles I didn’t realize I had and they were making sure I didn’t forget as I crawled out of bed this morning.
Of course, being a gluten for punishment I figured the best way to combat a tired muscle is to wake it up again, so off to the treadmill I went. (I think it was Vickie who was asking in the comments on a previous post for proof that I was actually spending large amounts of sea time doing something besides sleepÃ¢â‚¬Â¦) Here ya go! and with a not-so hidden Mickey to boot!
While I have been on 40 plus cruises, this is the longest voyage to date. To be honest I wasn’t sure how I would do with so many sea days on this journey, but there are plenty of things to do during the day that appeal to everyone.
Some of the items of the agenda includes a presentation from Imagineer Jeff Kurtti on the design of the The Walt Disney Museum opening next year, wine tasting events, and daily specialty talks like photography tips and the art of entertaining series.
We even had the pleasure of listening to Ken Pucket, a senior pilot serving 16 years ushering ships thru the Panama Canal. He did a presentation on the history and construction of the canal. In a couple of days he will do another talk on what we can expect on our crossing.
Tomorrow.. the port of Aruba!