Sea Days

About half of the 23 days were spent at sea. Here’s a few ideas of what we kept ourselves busy with.

Milo relaxes in a deck chair during one of our morning walks. He and I would walk about six times around the ship on this deck most days.

Talia perfects her hula dance.

Milo at the Crow’s Nest, one of his favorite hangouts with a view.

There was entertainment galore to get us through the many days at sea.

A special show/celebration/mock ceremony when we crossed the equator.

Every day there was a lot of creative towel folding by our cabin stewards. This one was a monkey but every day there was a different animal.

One of the organized activities for the kids was making their own pancake breakfast. Here the staff assist Talia.

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