Our Plan: Nine days of rest on the cruise ship.
Reality: LOL – what were we thinking. We had five days in port plus shows, games, activities and more. The tiny cabin, although quite roomy for a cruise ship, was not somewhere one would want to hang out to read or relax, but rather just a spot to lay my head at night.
So, rather than rested we are tired.
So rather than Morocco, we are sleeping. By the time we wake up, we will have missed the flight, and that’s ok.
PS: If you had a guess at yesterday’s post and are still wondering what I was served, it was the special dessert of the day at Premier Inn in Gatwick – Banoffee Pie. Only it was the last slice left and “a bit melted around the edges.” If you missed the photo, check it out here at WTF is this?
For those who always like to see a photo, check out the details of the English version of the sign at the pool on the ship. I have never seen it spelled out quite like this before. I am fairly sure that my “mature” friends won’t find it funny, but if you’re a bit twisted and immature like me, you’ll probably laugh hardest at the last bullet point: Children and other people in diapers are not allowed to use the pool.
Travel Counter: We are starting the forth month of our 250 day overseas adventure.
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- We had planned to fly to Marakkesh
- We were also going to ride camels and sleep in a Bedouin tent – a favorite in New Zealand
- We did get to ride camels in Oman a few months ago
- Photos of Rabat (Morocco’s capital city)
- Morocco was on my Bucket List