I’ve discovered something today…and it’s something that you may find odd to be discovering on a Caribbean Cruise. What I’ve discovered is this…there are no skeletons in my genealogical closet. More specifically, there are no “latin” skeletons in that closet, of THAT I can be certain. It’s a sea day here on the ship. An official, scheduled sea day, unlike yesterday’s sea day that was caused by the cancellation of our stop in Princess Cays. No real surprise to me. We did a short cruise in February down in this area, and that time our stop at Princess Cays was also cancelled. I’m starting to think it doesn’t REALLY exist. I’m not upset about it though, cause it is a private beach on the island of Eleuthra which is “owned” by the cruise line and serves as nothing more than a cash cow. Apparently there’s not much there except “beach stuff” and they absolutely nickle and dime you for every little thing. As we’re not big fans of beachin’ it, no great loss, I say.
Okay, so as a scheduled “at sea” day, they usually ramp up the shipboard activities
The Fuss Budget is very low today...a mere 5% chalked up to the lack of a Promenade for my daily walk...oh...and cause I had zero luck at the roulette table.
A tale of a fateful trip
Saturday, October 03, 2015
Las Galeras, Samana Peninsula, Dominican Republic