I caught an early tender to shore. The sun is out, the humidity is up and tourists are swarming. I left my larger camera back on the ship and played with the small underwater vs the iPhone instead.
Should not be hard to figure out which is which
compare these two
or these two
all tho not shot at exactly the same angle – you should be able to tell which is the “fish-eye”
After today, there will be five sea days. I have pre-positioned a couple of entries so that you can see some of what I have around me on a daily basis. There was a serious turnover of passengers. Less than 300 of us remained from the first cruise – about 100 Swiss-Germans, 60 OZ and the rest a US/CA/UK mix.
We have been invaded by approximately 1400 Aussies, seemingly more German speakers (if today’s announcements have any basis in on-board numbers, and the rest scattered between the English, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, French and other speakers. The TV program is offered in 9 languages..
Other small details, the downtown post office is closed on Saturdays which might make sense since the main postoffice is more convenient for those who live here (tourists aren’t around long enough to complain). Barnes & Noble overdoes the A/C but has nice coffee and good Wifi and there are organizations all over the place pitching time-shares. (Seriously, I am surprised because????)
Headed back to the ship….