Our cruise comes to an end in the morning after 14 days most of which were lovely, enjoyable days at sea. Traveling through the Suez was extremely interesting and Petra was amazing. I still have not been able to get enough bandwidth to upload photos but I am hopeful that the Turkish Airways Lounge will have decent Wifi and I can get at least partly caught up.
Carmen and I elected to spend some of our extra on board credit on a tour around Dubai before being dropped off at the airport. Her flight is a number of hours before mine…. quite a few hours as a matter of fact. So I can use my small camera from the bus (and street if we get out at all)
By and large our fellow passengers have been a great bunch. We had knitters, crocheters a cross stitcher with multiple countries represented. Most non-US which was a refreshing change. There always are a few outliers – but not usually in the hand crafters. There are those from past cruises and those I sincerely hope to see in the future.
We are packed.
I am on the cast-off row for hat #5. Wait! It is hat #6. There was also a shawl but it has found a home and will stay on the ship and go live in Australia.
I get to go home and see how far George has gotten on detrashing what is left in the house….