I took home a monkey once, but when I got home all I had was a towel??
No, seriously, I've never tried to take one home, even though they are so cute, but you can make them yourself if you're so inclined. I just see them as a good excuse to take another cruise. (HMMM, I'm sure missing that sting ray towel I had on my bed last April,,,let's book another cruise and see if we get another one.)
We (my brother and I) would scoot the towel animals left on the bed to the corner nightstand and then got a little silly after dinner the last night when the bottles bought in port were delivered for packing-up. I just realized that I don't have the photos online but here's the comic I did about it:
Never taken the towel animals home. We did have a room stewardess who was totally awesome and took the time to make an entire collection for our kids which she assembled on the empty bunk so that it looked like an entire exotic zoo. By the end of the cruise we had almost every animal in the book. It was to Carnival's advantage we doubled the tips of the room stewardess, bought the book, the elephant and the dog. Our youngest daughter routinely empties my linen closets so that she can amaze her friends with her creations.
We were saving our animals for one big picture, but just before the last animal our room steward took all the animals and left us with the last one... but we did get individual pics.
I think we had a sting ray on our last cruise... it would be in our pics
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I believe the towel animals are made with the used towels from your bathroom that you left on the floor to be replaced.
NO WAY they are clean and crisp or they would not hold the folds.
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