One of my creature habits on a cruise is to have one day where I can hibernate. aka â€“ play hermit crab. Just stay in, order room service and relax, watch movies, etc. Its day 14 and I have yet to have that day. The funny thing is, I haven’t even wanted to. I am enjoying the company of friends, the activities on the ship and the ports of call too much to miss a second.
However, today I am somewhat forced to stay in due to that sunburn I mentioned in Puerto Vallarta. My shoulders are beyond lobster to a point where even a t-shirt is causing a bit of an issue so I have watched movies, relaxed, caught up on some work, started to put together my â€˜packing strategyâ€™ and blogged the day away.
TIP: If you suffer the same fate the blue solar gel in the gift shop is a lifesaver!
Oh! I also caught up on Deb Wills blog. Its really interesting to see the trip from another personâ€™s eyes. If you haven’t been reading her reports on this trip be sure to hop over to her site at:
Itâ€™s been really fun to once again sail with Deb, Linda, Ann, George, Sandy, Sharon, Gary & Karenâ€¦ once again. Thanks guys for making this trip extra special! Vacations are good, but Adventures with friends are the best!
Tomorrow, one more day at sea and I think Chris will be chiming in with a report. Then we disembark the ship and head for Disneyland!
If you had to turn yourself into a lobster the end of the cruise is definitely better then the beginning. I can’t believe your cruise is almost over – it went so fast!
I so can’t wait to start our next adventure………
oh but..MM first, woohoo!!
Hard to believe it’s almost at an end – I have thoroughly enjoyed your reports!! Thank you!