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Last Day at Sea

Friday, 7 February 2014

The Sun Princess continued on a South West course heading for Sydney and leaving the choppy waters in our wake. The gentle rocking contributed to a great night's sleep. The sunrise this morning was sandwiched between dark storm clouds and a sullen sea. The colours were magnificent but limited to a knife-cut along the horizon. Later the sun broke through and we enjoyed a sunny day.

Breakfast and time spent reading in the International Café. Chatted to some strangers who dropped in to occupy the vacant seats. One individual appeared to be confused about the disembarkation process. He either didn't read the notice or failed to comprehend it.

Up to the Horizon Court for lunch and then Jenny found a charm for her bracelet so my $0.03 bill has increased somewhat. The two bottles of whiskey have been delivered to the cabin, I'll try to ensure they get home in one piece this time.

Spent most of the afternoon reading the Kindle and then packed our luggage. Big surprise, everything fits - sort of 8-)

Whatever we wear tonight will have to do for the trip home. Lovely dinner again tonight and it was a little bit sad to say goodbye to Crispin and Alexander and our dinner companions. Despite only having a little over an hour together each evening we've learnt a bit about each-other.
Attended the final show for the cruise and quite enjoyed it.

I will post this blog tonight and that will be the last update from aboard the Sun Princess. Hope you've found the daily tale at least a bit interesting.

This link should take you to today's images on my 365 Project http://365project.org/tonydebont/365/2014-02-07
Cheers .. Tony

Posted by greynomadm 02:48 Archived in Australia

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