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... noise. My first food of 2015 was pineapple.. then some more fruit and some chips and salsa.
From there we all went down to crew bar where I had champagne and we all did another countdown at 1am just so that we could have our own crew countdown for everyone who works late and couldn’t celebrate at midnight. It was awesome and the room was packed! But when people start getting sloppy and annoying from the alcohol, and I am not at that state of mind, I just get annoyed so ...
... like normal.
I still really enjoy all of our shows which I am so happy about. And I really don’t mind being Cruise Staff, I would come back to this ship again. But I don’t know if I could go onto a big ship where I wouldn’t be cruise staff and then come back here and be cruise staff again. But we’ll see!
As for my body.. well.. another issue that is pretty big has come up. The other night we were ...
I’m gonna start this off by saying Rangiroa is the most beautiful place, in my opinion, that we have been to so far in terms of looking from the ship. This island is of course loaded with palm trees, blue water that turns bright teal as you look closer to shore, and huts right on the beach that are actually hotels with rooms over the water! Absolutely beautiful. Bad news is I am on IPM, again.
So this morning I ...
... now to another group of islands - Tuamotu islands. They differ from others by their form - they look like rings that are sparse in the ocean. Inside such a ring there is a lagoon, and between the lagoon and the ocean there is a narrow strip of land with small villages and resorts (such islands are called atolls).
We enjoy snorkeling here: yesterday saw a shark - it is not dangerous but still frightening.
- We have just returned from a tour to the Blue Lagoon. It ...
... but today the current was too strong so they could not do drift snorkeling, which was just fine with Bob and me :-) It turned out to be another fantastic snorkeling and ocean experience!
There were 8 of us, 4 couples, with Frank our guide (French) and another guy who drove the zodiac. Our first "stop" was to see the dolphins - I did not expect that and was really excited! There were a group of dolphins near the pass. They played right around our ...