Tuesday, March 28, 2023
We had an early dinner in the main dining room tonight as we knew it would be crowded. We were seated at a table for six with two couples from Canada. They were a lot of laughs. Wished we had met them earlier in the cruise. Tonight, I had the duck. Chuck had the tenderloin and shrimp.
We went to two sets of the Rolling Stone Rock Band and one set of the BB King Band. Another night of staying up until after midnight – a new record for us.
I got coffee from the Crow’s Nest at 8:00. We ate breakfast in the Lido. The tenders had just started for Half Moon Cay. On the first leg of the cruise, Half Moon Cay was the first stop after leaving Ft. Lauderdale. Today, it was the last stop before arriving at Ft. Lauderdale.
It was overcast and breezy today but still warm. We sat out on the Sea View and then had lunch at the Dive In.
The room stewards had provided the luggage mats, so we knew our next chore was getting everything packed up and tagged – a dreaded task. Finally finished by the time we pulled away from Half Moon Cay.
Up next – our last evening aboard.
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The duck and tenderloin are very artistically arranged on the plate. A real feast for the eyes. Bon appetit!
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