and it is back to sea and on to the next port. Not all that rapidly as compared to many other sea days. Looking out at one point it was obvious that the dolphins (porpoises?) were traveling faster than we were.
It would be lovely to say that I accomplished a lot today. And it was some – knitting, sorting out and downsizing the on-computer storage of photos and reading a lot.
Then there was the Back2Back cruisers meeting at 1700 in the Viking Crown Lounge which told us nothing really new. It was at this point I realized I hadn’t bothered with the Cruise Compass which meant I was a bit underdressed for formal night. Ah well, at least my laundry had come back giving me a couple of choices for the 1900 Reception which was held in the Captain’s Quarters. None of them included leather vests or jackets since my hair was still wet.
Who knew? I wasn’t tacky enough to take pictures, but these quarters are lovely. Located on Deck 7 at the port forward bow, the reception/living room is a partial rectangle with the other wall the curve of the hull. He also has an office, storage area, bathroom and at least one bedroom (closed doors and I didn’t snoop. There were veggie snacks and non-alcoholic drinks.
Surprised? I guess my presence is making a difference in the menu – at least for the short term.