Caribbean: Last Sea Day

Friday, November 5, 2021

The last sea day. The last day of the cruise. The dreaded packing day. We all know it must come.

We went to the Sea Day brunch. We had to wait for a table longer than we have had before. Then they wanted to seat us at an already crowded table so we went back to the maître d to find us another table. We were finally seated at a less crowded table. Meal was as good as ever.

It was a little overcast but the pools were crowded. I decided I didn’t need any more sun time. We did walk a mile around the track.

We had some good luck at the machines in the casino. Wish we had that luck all the week. But it was a great way to end the cruise.

It was soon time for the Diamond/Platinum party for this week. The guitarist played music, the ship’s officers were introduced, we cheered for the ships we sailed, and the drinks keep flowing. There were so many people on this cruise too. I still believe they are going to have to re-think the rewards levels.

Now came the worst activity: packing up. We are taking our bags off tomorrow ourselves so we do not have to tag them and leave them in the hallway tonight. This process works well if you can handle your own luggage during the entire process including getting them down the escalator. I am glad I do not have to worry about packing for a flight. I can just cram the clothes and stuff in the suitcases.

We had dinner that night in Arsen’s section again. I had the burrito and Chuck had the beef ribs. This last evening meal was as good as the first evening meal. Know I have put on some pounds.

We played slots a little while and then cashed out our cards. If you don’t cash out at the casino cage before the casino closes that night, you will not get your winnings.

It was an early night since we had to be up, eat some breakfast, and then go to the Platinum meeting point by 7:30 to do self-disembarkation. Been a great cruise.

Author: mmmtravelmemories

A retired college administrator who loves to travel. I write to remember the experiences and, I hope, to inspire others to make their own travel memories.

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