Hawaii/South Pacific: Sea Day #10

Wednesday, March 16, 2022 – Day 1

The timing of all the music in the BB King and the Dance Band just didn’t seem to coincide with our dinner plans – before or after. There was music going on – the Lincoln Center Stage and the dueling pianos but they are not our favorites. We did hear a couple of songs from the Dance Band before they were off for the evening. Wish they had two bands just like them so they could alternate sets and play longer. I think they would both draw a crowd.

Dinner was a table for two tonight. Not a great location because it was by a busy walkway of waiters carrying trays and people going in and out of the dining room. But the service was very quick so we were out of there within an hour which hardly ever happens.

Chuck and I had the antipasto appetizer. I had the seafood soup and he had Asian chicken tenders. He had the beef brisket and I had the roasted duck. I prefer crispier duck but this was very good.

With no music to our liking, we played some slots and then decided to do some star gazing from the veranda. I could easily pick out Orion’s Belt. I think I saw Polaris also.

We had a note left in the room that we would be crossing back over the International Dateline so the ship’s clocks will be set back 24 hours. We will have two Wednesdays, March 16. So weird. I truly have no idea what time or day it is back at the house. I do know that when we get back I will have to put all our clocks forward as Daylight Savings Time began this past weekend.

We each had a better night’s sleep last night. I think the room was cooler. We ended up sleeping late and having a late breakfast. Better enjoy it now because as soon as we get to the islands, we will have several very early mornings.

After breakfast, we went to the gym to work out on the weight machines. Then, we walked our mile around the ship on the promenade.

The rest of the day was devoted to soaking in the hot tub and sunning by the pool. It was very sunny and warm but with a breeze. Perfect pool day.

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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