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... received a text message from Princess Cruises giving us a head's up that because of weather conditions in Houston, (remember all the rain yesterday?), our ship might be delayed getting into port. We were to call at 8am today to see if the departure time had changed. See why he woke me up to show that the ship was in port? I'll say it again: Yippee!
We packed up and went to breakfast. A woman came up to me and asked "Are you going on the ship today?" ...
We made it through our first flight even though I(Billy) had to sit in the middle. Flight was very smooth and we had no issues. . Nikki Slept as she always does and I read the magazines and a little from my Learn to Sail book. You know if you are going to San Diego you have to act like you know something about sailing.
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... crisps, sriracha ketchup, roasted garlic aioli (This was certainly different, but delicious)
Ol' Zapata (Sarah)
bacon, muenster cheese, caramelized onions, tomatoes, jalapeno relish, ketchup, mayonnaise
And a bunch more variations, but I'm tired of typing them out! All accompanied by a range of sides and boutique Texan beer or soda.
Finished up at 9.30pm or so and home to get the chillin's in bed....