A second day at sea… I must admit I was skeptical about how I would do with so many days at sea…. but now that I am over halfway through the voyage I really like the forced relaxation.
Today is much like yesterday. A warm, clear morning although the sea is slightly rougher. But don’t put to much into that. Below is a pic that illustrates how smooth its been. I am amazed that we have had slight 1– 4 ft swells on average and frankly I could had a much better nights sleep with a bit more rocking and rolling. Not this time … so far. Even the birds find drafting off the ship a pleasurable experience.
Oh! I forgot to talk about the PINS!!!!
Many of us heard about the overnight sleeping in the hallway extravaganza on the first Panama Canal Crossing. PJ parties all around to stake out your turn in line for a commemorative pin. This time was a much more sane processes. While the pin set is limited, the numbers currently available pretty much guarantee each cabin at least 1 set. They provide a order form, you write in your preference and they provide a return day and time for you to return and pick up your order. Luckily I was able to purchase two full sets and a couple of extra large pins for friends.
Here is what the set looks like on the map they provide:
But all good sea days must come to an end and tomorrow morning we sail into the port of Acapulco!