Cruising to the Bahamas

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Friday, April 7, 1989

For spring break, my friend Beni and his mom took me on a cruise aboard Carnival Cruise lines.  We had an ENORMOUS suite.  Our room balcony looked down on the entire sun deck for the boat.  It was incredible!  Our windows were tinted so that we could look out,
but nobody could look in.  We enjoyed the day swimming in the ship's pool, having dinner, going to a show, and the of course the midnight buffet.

On April 8th Beni and I woke up at 6:30Am.  We went up to the bridge with the captain and watched as the boat was docked in the Bahamas.  We were able to get off the ship a few hours later.  We walked to Coral Wolrd and viewed its salt water tanks and saw sharks, sting rays and turtles.  Later in the afternoon, Beni and I took a 20 minute boat ride to an underwater national park in Nassau.  We strapped on our fins, mask and snorkel and jumped in to view the coral reef below.  There were thousands of fish of
all sizes and shapes and the coral were in so many colors. 

Back aboard the ship in the early evening, Beni and I visited the Mardi Gras lounge.  For dinner we ate with the captain.  Following dinner, we left the ship again and took a van to the Crystal Palace and saw a show there called Jubilation.  There were jugglers, comedians, magicians, dancing, and singing.  We took a limo back to the ship at midnight, but then went to a Mexican party on the pool deck of the ship at 1AM.

On April 9th we relaxed by the pool in the morning.  In the afternoon we went to the captain's quarters for drinks and then to his private dining room for lunch.  Throughout the rest of the day we enjooyed the pool aqnd attempted to do some gambling.

On April 10th we returned back to civilization.
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