|Our view for most of the afternoon.|
On a trip back in to grab some bottled waters, I noticed that the concierge left us a present.
|Little Paper Cabana|
|A map of the locations of the new family beach cabanas?|
|I can see my room from here!|
Tracy assured us that they had cancelled Kylee's Stingray meet and greet (we decided to forgo that for more time in our cabana, the stingrays will have to wait to meet Kylee until our next trip) and that that was all squared away.
After visiting for a bit with our buds, we were pleased to meet our new best friend! He really quacks us up. We all hung around and watched a bit of Lion King in our suite, then it was time to head down to dinner.
|Perusing her menu|
|Never say no to indian food on a cruise ship. The chefs don't mess around. This is the good stuff.|
Chris wanted to return to the club immediately, sensing that with the next day being a port day, his opportunities to beat his personal best at Lego Pirates of the Caribbean were dwindling.
|Kylee wanted to visit her towel animal before heading to the theatre for the evening.|
|Oh, the drama.|
He wasn't thrilled to be picked up, but all thoughts of complaining soon disappeared. As we walked to the forward elevators on deck five, Peter Pan leapt around the corner of the hallway, weaving between other guests and yelling for his shadow. He stopped, whirled into a crouch next to Chris asking if he'd seen his shadow. Chris said no and off Peter, nearly literally, flew.
Five seconds of pure, unadulterated unscripted magic that I wouldn't trade for anything.
This is Part 17 of an Ongoing Trip Report "A New Ship."
Additional sections will be found on the Trip Reports page after they are posted!