Seaport Village Inn
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... food was handled only by the staff. The food was mediocre, but we filled up and went back to our cabin.
Our steward's name in Henry, a very nice man who speaks and understands very little English.
Around 3:45 p.m., we had our safety drill, requiring us to go to our muster stations along with our safety jacket and were briefed on what to do in the unlikely event of an at-sea emergency.
We had dinner in the dining room, and then hit the ...
... desire was leading to anxiety. I felt that a lot of it came from comparing myself to my peers, which I know is not a healthy thing to do. During my travels I saw that when people compared themselves to others and desired for the things that other people had, it lead to unhappiness and bitterness. I didn’t like that I was feeling this way, but I wasn’t very good at letting it go, being patient and accepting, and just happy for what I did ...
... California channel between Catalina Island and the Californian Coast is affecting the local marine life. I alongside many other volunteers were assigned to stand on the lookout and take a log of local animals and their surfacing and water-blow rates. We used binoculars to watch and keep a look out and record the data. Our work would help analyse the aquatic life and how ...
... your room need to charge something at every given time. Be the savior with this piece which includes up to 3 extra sockets and USB charging port on the side. This model is slightly bulky but a great quality. There might be a more compact one.
#20 Black Diamond Headlamp - $45 Ebay new: This headlamp does everything I need it to do and more. The battery life on this thing seems to never end. It has quite a few different modes including blinding jesus light and night vision. ...
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half shell, Shrimp Cocktail, French Onion Soup, Lamb with Mint Jelly and last
but not least a Fruit Soufflé. It’s
so nice to see Deb when she’s all dolled up, she hasn’t changed a bit from the
day I met her 20 years ago on the Monarch of the Seas. After dinner we decided to catch the
The weather looks better today (Day 3) on ...