Happy Easter!

Trip Start Mar 23, 2013
Trip End Apr 12, 2013

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MS Statendam

Flag of Mexico  , Baja California Sur,
Sunday, March 31, 2013

This is the first Easter I have eaten breakfast while watching dolphins play alongside the breakfast table :-)! There were several just leaping around this morning alongside the ship. We attended services conducted onboard by a retired Methodist minister named Tom Adams, which was the name of a favorite relative of mine who has gone on to his great reward.

The day started around 60 degrees but was 73 degrees when we went to bed, so you can see we are getting to the warmer climate. We sailed past Cabo San Lucas today; David was able to get some pictures with his big lens. He saw a whale later on in the day, but no picture.

We continue to eat like we might never have a chance to eat again. Today we played UNO with the Davenports (I won)! They are old pinochle partners of ours from our Hawaiian years. We are resting up for our first onshore excursion tomorrow in Puerto Vallarta. Since we will be in port we hope to connect with the Internet and post travel blogs and read e-mail while the speed is reasonable. We have opted not to at sea because it costs 75 cents/minute and is extremely slow, but we thought we would try it in port. We are having withdrawal at being disconnected from friends and loved ones :-(, but are really enjoying our gabfest with Rick & Cheryl.
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Pat on

Glad you are having a great experience!

Julie on

Dolphins! Whales! It all sounds wonderful!

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