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... Magens Bay today, but the norovirus struck last night. A clear liquid diet on a cruise ship is not a good thing.
The rest of the girls took tenders to St. Thomas and enjoyed the beach and shopping.
We spent the next three days at sea. We were supposed to stop at Princess Cays, but due to high waves it wasn't safe to transport us by tenders.
We returned to Ft. Lauderdale on Wednesday, March 19th.
... One very friendly woman gave us some information about the organic farmers market and encouraged us to visit it on Sunday morning. She admonished us to make sure that we wear proper walking shoes to get there. Henry was reprimanded when he suggested that he would be fine in his sandals.
All he could do was smile and agree to do as he was told.
After a thirst quencher at Surfside ...
... hotel room, but they were comfortable for our needs. After all, we were either going to be on deck or on shore. The cabin was simply for sleeping.
Once we were unpacked we began exploring the ship. We ended up at the aft portion of the lido deck. That is where we chose to have lunch. After lunch and some soft-serve ice cream, we continued our exploration.
Our mandatory safety briefing was at 16:00 in the ship's ...
... of marine life without getting wet!
After the submarine ride, we returned to the boat where we were served the famous rum punch (definitely packs a good swig of alcohol!) and we then returned to the marina where we were presented with our certificates saying we were officially "Atlantis Submariners" - woohoo!
Afterwards we went back to the ship, had lunch and watched it sail away towards the island of St Lucia, which would be our next port.
... safety reasons, as the capstan and chains and other potential hazards are situated there. It made you want to do what Kate Winslet did in the movie Titanic. :-)
It was so pleasant at the pool deck that we went back to our cabin and changed into our swimming things, before applying the Factor 30 sun tan lotion. Normally I would only use a factor 8 or 10, but we were heading closer to the Equator all the time, and with the sea reflecting ...