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A lazy Sunday morning, Happy Easter all :-) Got a lunch today with a photo shoot before at 12:15 so not doing much, room service for breaky then onto the Prom deck for a read and start the blog for the day. It's rocking a little bit as the Captains upped the speed to just over 21 knots to make up the lost time. No news yet about the guy that was ill! The lunch went well with a couple of glasses of red to wash it down :-) ...
Second of three sea days so pretty much the same as yesterday to come, but we'll see :-) Breakfast in CB a bit early, woke up early even though we lost an hour and we were up on deck by half 9. Nice day, blue skies and 22C. Stayed up there until after 12 when we went to see our pal Kenneth in the Pennant bar. Made arrangements to meet up with him in Lisbon on Monday. We're going to a Goan restaurant for ...
... ashore to give to the kids and they did appreciate it. The buildings are colourful, there is an open air African market and a craft centre, so lots to just wander round. Apparently at the weekend there is a square near to 2 hotels which have live music, this can be heard in the square and so a lot of people congregate there. I'm guessing if you are a guest at the hotel it might be a bit intimidating. It's also very cheap here so I guess that's the best thing. After the ...
Day 7at sea, weather us changing as we head north, it's quite windy today and although the sun is still strong the temperature is much cooler than of late, in the high 70s as opposed to high 80s and far less humid. I'm not going to add any photos today just to see if that's why the blog isn't connecting to Facebook. Today the ships photographers decided to show up on deck to take photos of the shuffle teams. Now how comes they show up today, we have had 6 sea days with fairly calm days ...
... by a few gritty villages. Houses were painted bright
purple, pink, sometimes green. A few houses were in mid construction
but already occupied as evidenced by clotheslines on the top floor
minus roof. Bigger houses have hospitality walls (broken glass
embedded and with razor wires). Men and women were sitting under
trees while children were running around playing. Dust and dirt
around. A few stores and a bar. There was no gasoline station and I
wondered if ...