Right now we are anchored of the bay of Gurnsey, one of the Channel Islands. Last night was our first night one board and it feels like home.
The ship decor is very similar to before, but with flourishes of new art everywhere.
The food is demonstrably better. This morning's breakfast buffet was chock-full of tasty treats, and bigger than I have seen on many other cruise lines.
The Internet cafe is very nice, and thery offer FREE computer classes. Tomorrow I am taking one on Photoshop. The I-cafe is open always at sea, but closes for a few hours during the day while in port, but that is not a problem because the library now has two internet -connected terminals.
Many of the computers have card-readers for digital cameras so you can download your pictures from your camera and email them to yoiur friends and family, what a gtreat way to keep in touch.
All for now, don't forget the chat with Joe Watters, Sep 18 at 12 noon EDT.
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