|... sunset on the dock ...|
Enough picture taking.
There are many things on the ship I have wanted to do and missed.
For example, I missed getting in the jacuzzi and the swimming pool.
When it looks like this ... who would have wanted to miss this.
|... an early morning peek at the pool ...|
The point of a cruise is to have more activities going on, than a person can do -- the only way to make passengers happy.
I didn't get to bingo, nor to any of the trivia games.
No casino for me.
And the line dancing which I wanted to go was always at the same time as the destination lecture, which I felt I couldn't miss.
I didn't get to any of the movies ... until the last night on board.
I know how to change this, I thought.
Eighteen movies and I missed them all.
|... a colourful spot for sunbathing and swimming ...|
So when the last party on the promennade had died down and it was 11 pm, I slipped off to the screening room.
Me and four others ... for the screening of How to Train a Dragon.
I was the only one left in the theatre when I looked around and the credits were running by.
At 1 am, I walked down the promenade alone, all of the party goers now asleep.
Attendants were at the pizza joint and the snack bar was fully stocked.
I enjoyed looking at the baked goods behind glass.
I knew that in four weeks, I would be wishing, I were back here.
But the last night on board?
When the movie was over?
I couldn't put one thing on a plate ... even for tomorrow.
Perhaps, next cruise.
I am topped up for now ... and happy.