And today marks the start of the real crossing. On this ship it will be nine sea days in a row till we get to Bridgetown. In my world that means eight days of stitching (and probably watching a bunch of CDC CME videos + quizzes) and the last day of an hour of packing followed by more stitching.
Oh, yes, and audio books.
Over the next couple of days I will try to get organized and get some pictures posted of various ship areas as well, since this is not a ship or line with which most of you are familiar. Like any other line, there are the loyal fanatics and the casual passengers. The second group picks for time, cost, and convenience.
So that is about it for the day! Tonight we get back the first of our hours. At 12 knots/hr I am figuring every other day for the time changes…
Another 503 on Dreaming of Klimt which leaves me at 75% complete
and 971 on You Belong to me (taken in the evening without a flash) meaning a “whopping” 9% complete.
This gives me tomorrow for these two as well.
Time for dinner and sleep.