All excessively long but good things must eventually come to an end, and today is our last day at sea – tomorrow we’ll pull into Los Angeles. Normally the Magic could easily make the run from Cabo to LA in one day, but in order to arrive in LA on the correct day we’re taking it easy and steaming along at what seems like nearly walking pace.
Most of the day was filled with the exciting packing project that gets bigger and harder the longer your cruise lasts. It really didn’t seem like we bought that much stuff, but my suitcase seems to have gotten quite a bit smaller.
In the middle of the day I took the Galley tour, and if you’ve never done it, you should. It’s quite interesting. I’m posting three pictures from the tour. Our Chef, a very interesting sign, and one of the many diagrams of how the food is put together. A quick note about the pictures – they’re big. I’ve had some complaints about how small they are, and in reality, they’re big. You just need to click on them, and they pop up and get nice and big. Try it. Click on one…
Many nights when we were at sea we would meet before diner in Sessions for a cheese plate and glass of wine and some nice conversation. Tonight was no exception, and while we were there I got a quick shot of the sunset out of the port hole next to us.
After Sessions we went to Parrot Cay for our final dinner with our server Orlan.
At some point during dinner, somebody, probably Gary, got a-hold of my camera and I found this gem in there when I went to review the pictures. Note that Beci had the presence of mind to hide behind her menu while I’m apparently in the middle of hatching a fiendish plan:
In all, it has been another great trip on the Magic. Here’s hoping you all can join us on the next cruise!