Green with envy for you guys on that ship where it is warm. Here I sit with icicles hanging off my nose!!! I hope you all have a great trip.
“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.“
This leftover mac and cheese and fish sticks and applesauce doesn't compare to what I expect you've been eating in the Dining Room or Buffet!
Those Muster Drills can be an activitiy in themselves! Notice how many cruisers arrive with their life jackets already done up when they've already been directed not to do that.
I do hope you have a nice calm cruise. Hereabouts it's partly cloudy-sun peeks out of the clouds like with you- and we have a breeze. Let's hope there's blue skies coming up and no rough waves.It's 73 degrees here at the moment-Avon Park,FL.
Have a great time. We'll be looking forward to your posts. Lynne
muster drill is not that bad is a emergrny drill so you know were to get the life boat
and to get emergency it takes tweny minutes and they have to do this before you sail
you will find the information on the back side of the cabin door and the life jackets
are in the cabin have fun
Those of us who have cruised have been through the muster drills. The Princess ones are pretty decent and general. The one on HAL actually had a roll call and the video was rolling for the cruise souvenir tape. Lynne