Oh, and I asked if they could heat the milk for the coffee, yes they could!
I am in Half Moon Cay (pronounced key) as people tender ashore while I write this.
So okay here's the story and you can believe it or not, whichever your little heart desires.
Last night was "Cruise Elegant" night (used to be called formal night) and I put on my red dress and hit the deck running. Photos taken first ( more on that when I go buy some to show you) and then dinner.
Now I was pretty good at dinner and when I went to order (my first of the cruise) dessert here's what happened. I asked for Grand Marnier Souffle and the waiter asked me if I wanted that in addition to my "special" dessert. I had no idea what he was talking about but I said no, just the special one then. They took the souffle and served it with perfect berries and vanilla cream sauce on the side. I would have taken a photo but decided that would just be tacky so I just ate it. Well half of it - I swear. It was beautiful.
Then they had the "general meet the Captain" in the prominade but we had a medical emergency and had to divert to Nassau for a quick debark to save a cruiser's life and the Captain was a tad busy so the rest of the officers and Josh, the Cruise Director were there so I talked to them a bit and then headed for the casino.
After doing pretty danged good in there I cashed out and went to the first comedy show. I ran into a woman from my dinner table so I went in with her. The comedian asked, as we walked into the show in progress, if we were busy being a couple before we got there (not his exact words!) and I said well yes, thank you for asking. Lots of lagughs there.
Next I went to the first production show. On this ship there are two and both different. During the show the Captain came on and announced that the disembarkation had been successful and we were now underway again. The show was very good and I might have had my (first) gin and tonic of the night.
So okay, back later with "the rest of the story"...
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