Ok, not really. But Bermuda is still a UK Territory. Or Possession? I am never sure which. Ah – Territory (as reported by the good, on-line Wiki). As would be expected, it consists of lots of tiny islands, about 65k in populations, and is heavily dependent on tourist trade.
In case that is too tiny for you to see –
this makes it easier to see, but doesn’t as clearly show its geographic relation to the US Coast. (Oh, King’s Wharf is where we are docked….)
We docked about 1600 and will leave mid-afternoon tomorrow. There was quite a rush of people wanting off the ship. I mean really, we were only at sea for three days after Horta, it isn’t like we were out there forever. Perhaps they want a meal off ship?
I chose to use one of my two free meal coupons to take another one of the stitchers to Cagney’s for dinner. We went for the 1730 seating, just to (we thought) avoid most of the other dinners. By the time we left, the place was about ½ full so we weren’t exactly the only ones thinking to take advantage of a meal without rock & roll.
I’ll probably get off the ship in the morning for a bit and will turn on my phone so that I can be connected to the rest of the world for a short time and catch up on a few things that require bandwidth.
The Vintage Black Sampler
Stitching borders is perhaps my least favorite thing…