No not me. About 1/2 the ship is engaging in the usual “where is it, what do you mean I have to pay for it ….” and all the other complaints that come to the fore the day before a cruise leg ends. The reason that I saw about 1/2 the ship is that there are still a bit under 200 of us left from the 16th Feb boarding in Buenos Aires. Add to this over 700 who joined the cruise 2 March with the intentions of staying till Miami and you can understand why it is not the whole ship going insane.
Since there are so many of us Back-2-Back there are effectively no freebies being offered. On some cruises there have been luncheons, or trips or just a nice get together. This time the information briefing was held in the theater (see comment above about 1/2 the ship) and I completely forgot to go (again). Since Brad and Cheré attended I could easily pump them for information. Key? Chilean authorities want the ship to go to zero balance. Minimum time they want the ship clear is from 0945-1200. Santiago is not next door. None of the tours are all that cheap so I haven’t decided what I will want to do tomorrow other than wander around, find museums, internet and caffee con leche.
Which means, with any luck besides dealing with some files, on-line course work and correspondence I just might get a change to upload a few dozen photos. One can hope but don’t hold your breath!