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... with the logistics. We had a 6:30am wake up, which, consequently, also included a 6:30am dance party. They're getting good at coordinating those wake-up dance parties. We had to be out of host by 7:30, but we didn't have to eat breakfast so most people were pretty pokey this morning. We cleaned up, thanked our wildly generous host for allowing us to stay there, took one last preride selfie and then hit the road. We rode in chunky groups down the street to Denny's for breakfast. ...
... actually works in the restaurant and was on duty the night we were there. We were looked after so well and were extra lucky, as it was lobster night and we had a lovely waitress looking after us. One of the other pilots had recommend several other things for us to do and I think we managed to do most of them.
The next couple of days followed the same pattern. Lazy breakfast, followed by a long walk / cycle round the bay. Afternoon, chilling ...
A Norwegian raised above the Arctic Circle, he went to sea at sixteen years of age. He has twenty-one years seniority with Royal Caribbean but spent seven of those years on the “newbuilding” team for RC ships Grandeur, Enchantment, Voyager, Explorer and Mariner, none of which I have been aboard.
The Cruise Director is Keith Williams who hails from San Diego. With Royal Caribbean since 1997, he was ...
I'm going to combine yesterday's and today's events into the one post.
Yesterday we explored San Diego Zoo, it's pretty massive! One of the guys who runs the shuttle for the military families kindly offered to drop us off at the zoo that morning, as we drove in he gave us a little history lesson on the towns we were going through and on the zoo.
We arrived and went straight onto the 50 minute bus tour of the zoo, it takes you around to most exhibits for a view of ...
... deserted (mind the pun) town ever to drive through. Scary deserted. There was ************e around and all the houses and shops had broken windows and were either half burnt down or falling apart. We got the hell out of there pretty quickly. We went on to the famous Route 66 for a little bit just to experience it. It was pretty cool with old fashioned shops and bars along side. We didn't stay on it for very long as that route is much longer than staying ...