With the new time, my watch is correct again. Now I have to remember not to keep subtracting an hour.
Up about 8:30 and started drinking coffee on the balcony and writing in this blog.
At 10:30 we went for breakfast at the Garden Cafe. They were almost closed. Yesterday they closed for breakfast at 11. Today, 10:30. By the time the cruise is over, maybe there will be no breakfast.
Walked around, read, nap, lazy day…
My wrist broke out in a rash so I won’t be wearing the watch anymore anyway. Aloe vera seemed to help.
More pictures from Deck 13:
Off to the Mongolian HotPot.
Several staff asked if we were familiar with this process and we were able to say that we were since we’d eaten at this very place on a previous cruse.
We were talking to the chef while he cooked and he said that this ship was the only one with a Hot Pot restaurant. Most of the others had the Chinese and Teppanyaki like we do but with Sushi as the third choice. Glad we’re on the HotPot cruise 🙂
Our appetizers were steamed vegetable dumplings, seaweed salad and edaname,
My dessert was green tea cake with green tea ice cream. Tom had a variety of fruits with coconut sauce and a mango sauce.
We stopped by the store again but didn’t buy anything then did our evening walk around the decks
The show tonight is the comedian David Naster from the first night. Didn’t go.
Our towel tonight was a swan (or a turkey?)
This is very similar to our cabin:
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The other ones aren’t worth my time typing out since they’re talking about the Art Gallery, Colombian Emeralds and other “selling things”.
Tuesday, November 19th, 2013
Today’s Forecast: Chance of Rain 77F/25C
Sunrise: 7:10 am
Sunset: 5:44 pm
- Day Two, At Sea – November 18 (maryoblog.com)