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... the safety/lifeboat drill. Immediately after, the ship set sail and we went poolside for a bowl of Sail Away Punch, watched kids in the pool and saw the port slowly slipping away.
Back in the stateroom, our bags had been delivered so we unpacked. This mini suite is about 50 sq ft bigger than the normal stateroom I remember from previous NCL cruises, but there is so much storage and nice amenities included.
Sitting on the balcony, ...
... glass, textiles, and other decorative arts. It is a collection that takes your breath away. No pictures however.
The gardens were interesting although nothing was blooming. There was evidence of lots of azaleas, camellias, and spring daffodils, but most are gone now. But it is a quiet place in the middle of the city. We could see tall buildings all around, but didn’t hear much street ...
... a ride by buildings with the
guide telling us what went on in each building. We went into one building however where there were modules and training facilities, but there was nothing going on that we could see. A pretty quiet day at the training lab. One interesting thing was a Soyuz capsule and a Zarys module which are used to go back and forth to the International Space Station (ISS) now that ...
... Performance Art?! Do I pursue this same need in Tango, or is it the fundamental need of all human interactions be they biological or refined by an aware self in the form of Art?
I am now very aware, of my motivations, having stared directly into the sun but needing to immediately close my eyes for the fearsome sting of 'lightenment, left with a fuzzy lingering of the truth under closed lids. There -- it's been written for remembrance, for how long l can hold this vision, I do not ...
... happening which was nice.
Before we knew it, it was time to have a quick lunch and head off to the afternoon studies. The Texans have a pretty full on routine for study weekends - study at 2pm, break at 3 for 15 mins, then second study at 3.15 to break at 4 for 15 mins, then regroup at 4.30 until 5.30 when we had the evening meal together. Following that was the public lecture and then home.
The studies were on Abraham and his relationships with Lot, ...