We left Cartagena Sunday evening, and Monday was a full day at sea while we made our way to Curacao. We spent the day wandering around the ship, exercising in the gym, enjoying the food, taking some random photos, sorting through previous photos, and watching a cooking class in the main atrium.
The main atrium area was pretty, and often had something interesting going on.
One of the many bars on the ship.
Wandering down a pretty hallway to find the art auction.
A pretty decoration caught my eye.
The art auction was going to happen later in the day, and they had a whole lot of paintings for sale.
One of the restaurants looked pretty with all the glassware on the table.
We wandered back to the atrium to find a cooking demonstration going on.
The cooking class was on making a fancy cake, and this student (husband of fellow blogger Cindy) was doing an excellent job.
Looking good! (no surprise because we all know he knows his way around a kitchen!)
Ta da! Of course one must give the liqueur a final taste.
Later on, the wind and waves picked up and the boat was really rocking!
When the waves picked up and the boat started really rocking, it was funny to watch the water in the swimming pools. We were glad to have a room on deck 2 in the center of the boat because we were rocking a lot less there than most people. In the last part of the video, I’m not sure if they drained a lot of water from the pool or if it sloshed out.
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