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Old 01-16-2011, 12:13 PM   #256
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The kids look GORGEOUS all dressed up!! Love the dresses, and Brendan is so handsome!!
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Hi Jen,

Adriane and I really enjoy reading your trip report. What a FUN cruise it was!!! We sure miss being on that cruise.
Adriane really enjoyed spending time with Savannah. Keep up the great trip report!

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I really wanted to do that one. How was it?

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We did it on the DD... it is yummy and im not a te-kill-ya girl, but I put my big girl panties on and did them all and the margarita... my only suggestion is dont do that THEN Martini tasting the same day (make sure your read your tix's if you are doing 2 a day .... just saying or the next time you go into the theater they wont be making fun of you for walking out but for passing out lol

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LOL, when there's no tequila.....what else ya gonna do? I think Blue Moon might have been the one I liked, too!
Love me a blue moon, how else does one get there Vitamen C LOL
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Oh, you want to do them ALL!
You say it like its a bad thing??? wait we didnt do the wine LOL

Loved the formal pics kids look adorable.

food looked yummy your chicken looked so small though I could have had a couple too lol. Love Brendans face i get that also from the boys like can you please let us EAT lol

UGG another one that doesnt do dessert.. how am i supposed to live my vacation out between you and El if neither of you are enduldging for me LOL
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Meanwhile Ron and the kids were up for another round of Karaoke, after which Brendan headed off to another late night at the Edge.



And just like that, we are already almost halfway done with the cruise!

Up Next: 70 Disers and one boat
My wife and I tried a few times to catch the Dissers in Karaoke but never could find anyone. Glad the kids and Ron had a great time!

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And just like that, we are already almost halfway done with the cruise!
I'm really curious about this one! hahaha though the next part in GC was truly a killer moment... one day I'll explain when I get to my trip report... I'm still laughing about that moment!
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Old 01-18-2011, 06:37 AM   #261
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70 Disers....and One Boat! (Part 1)

When my eyes opened on Tuesday morning, I was assaulted with the sunlight pouring through the verandah doors. Although it seemed bright to me, it was actually partly cloudy and at times overcast outside. The Magic was already anchored in her tender spot near the Georgetown shoreline, and although it was early to me, folks were already being tendered ashore.



Grand Cayman, we have arrived! (Not a whole lot to see on the skyline here)

Our next door neighbor in the parking lot, the Norwegian Dawn (of which we would become more intimately acquainted with the next day in Cozumel). A couple of Carnival ships would join us later bringing the large vessels in port count up to four.



As I woke up and began my day, Ron took the kids down to the Parrot Cay breakfast buffet. It has the same food items as Topsiders but a larger and easier to navigate buffet line and much less people. They found they much preferred the laid back, uncrowded atmosphere in PC to the chaos that is Topsiders in the morning, so it became our new routine. They brought back a tray for me and Sarah, but we didnít have long to linger over our meal, we had to catch a tender and meet for our private Dis-exclusive Half-Day tour to Stingray City through Captain Marvinís.

We headed down to the Buena Vista Theater and were immediately led down to Deck 1 for a tender, as many, many folks were leaving the ship at the same time.

The view from the tenders:










Once on land, we moved with purpose through the entrance plaza, and across the street to the Captain Marvinís shop. Like I mentioned above, this trip was Disers only, coordinated by Judy (TJBaggott). There were nearly 70 of us in the group from our Dis meet thread , and Capt. Marvinís had procured a special large boat big enough to fit all of us on the charter today.



Although we arrived slightly before the 9:45 check in time, we were still among the last to check in. The staff informed us that they believed everyone had arrived already so we would head out a little early. Most of our group was already piled on two buses, and we were a little nervous when one of them began to pull away, and we werenít directed to the second, but in fact we were the first to board a third bus. We neednít have worried, as more of our group piled in the bus after us.








In just minutes we were off and heading out to the dock where Captain Marvinís boats are moored (right by Captain Marvinís house). Captain Marvin himself was outside to meet us!







Once onboard, everyone got settled and we were enjoying each otherís company. Last time we did this tour, we were on a boat full of Carnival cruisers- not that there was anything wrong with that, but we enjoyed being able to casually chat with each other about our experiences onboard

The view around the boatÖno it doesnít seem like almost 70 peopleÖbut it was!













In fact when they told Judy they would have to obtain a ďspecialĒ boat large enough to accommodate all of us, we joked on the thread about how bad this big boat must be. I think many of us were halfway expecting an older fishing ferry or something rickety, rusty, or otherwise unseaworthy. We couldnít have been more wrong, the Cayman Jewel was very nice, and certainly large enough to hold all of us comfortably.

Kids enjoying the breezy ride up on the bow:












As we enjoyed the ride, the staff was scurrying around trying to fit everyone with flippers and masks, and also inflatable snorkel vests. This group was well over double what a normal Captain Marvinís tour consists of, and probably three to four times more children than they normally handle at once also. While they did have enough equipment for everyone, getting it all distributed was a lot of work.








**Continued in the next post***
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70 Disers...and One Boat (Part 2)

It was only about 15-20 minutes before we arrived at our first stop, Stingray City. Everybody was very quick to get off the boat into the warm, shallow, crystal clear water to interact with all of the stingrays swimming around.



So legend has it that Stingray City, which is actually a string of Sandbars along Caymanís north sound, was formed about 25 years ago where fisherman would stop to clean their fish. When they pitched the fish guts overboard, it attracted the rays, who began to get accustomed to the boats and fisherman and equated the sound of the engines with dinner time. It was then discovered by divers that the rays could be fed by hand, and the rest is history.




I donít think there could be a much better way of experiencing these creatures than this. It is awesome. First off, some of them are HUGE..the females can have a wingspan of up to 6 feet (the smaller ones are males). Secondly, there are so many of them, just swimming through, up , around, and under you. They brush against you (unintentionally, they do not feed by sight) and it is really a unique experience!



Yes, the big grey blobs are in fact the rays!! There is nothing on the bottom here but sand. All you see are rays, and us!








We spent a good amount of time in Stingray city. On this day, even though at a shallow sandbar, the waves were a little rough and could knock you around and make it hard to stand steadily. Some of the kids had difficulty, and some were freaked out by the rays, but at least initially almost everybody was in the water!








One staff member held up a large ray, and everyone had an opportunity to touch and kiss it (hey-7 years of good luck if you kiss a ray, they say). Meanwhile the staff photographer took pictures. (Available for purchase for an extra charge...cost varies depending on amount of pictures taken, ours were around $50-$55 USD for 18 pictures, which were burned on a disk and presented to us right there on the boat)



















Even Sarah puckered up for her 7 years of good luck!!







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Old 01-18-2011, 07:00 AM   #263
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70 Disers...and One Boat (Part 3)

We spent at least 30-45 minutes out at Stingray City before we were called back onboard to head to our next stop for snorkeling, Coral Gardens.





















It was around this time Sarah started getting really difficult. She wanted to just run around all over the place, as 2 year olds do. And being in a general state of overstimulation, off her schedule, etc, etc. made it all the more difficult. When we arrived at the next stop, I hung back and Ron and the kids jumped in quickly and began snorkeling. Because the water was much deeper here (appx 10 feet) a lot of people were getting into the water much more slowly and with some difficulty. Although I intended to get in the water and tread around wtih Sarah in her floatie, there being so many folks onboard struggling to get off caused a huge backup at the platform at the back of the boat, and at the door at the side. And because I had Sarah and the water was so deep, I couldn’t just jump off the side with her..so I waited patiently for our turn, and would you believe when we were finally among the next one or two to get off the boat- they were already calling everybody back in.





Ron was upset that I didn’t just work my way around and jump off, but it wasn’t really something that I could do. And when you are talking about nearly 70 folks in fins, waddling around it was very hard. So as much as I loved being with the group, and I really really did enjoy the company-and probably would not have done it differently given the choice again I do have to recommend if you are planning this sort of an excursion you should do it in groups as small as possible to get the most out of it. In fact this is a huge selling point of the private companies vs. the larger directly-through-the-cruise-line excursions, less people, and a more individualized experience.

I wasn’t upset at not being able to get off (I wasn’t the only one…like I said a few folks were still trying to get out when they called “All Aboard”.) I knew a the next stop we’d have to be a little quicker, but by this point Sarah was crazy and I was getting exhausted from trying to corral her. This was so not a toddler friendly excursion (which, of course we knew….but we always hope for the best).

At the next, and final snorkeling stop, again Ron and the kids were among the first off and Ron got his fill of what he wanted to see, and then I handed Sarah off the side of the boat down to him in the water.
She was much happier to be back in the ocean!









I never did end up getting in the water at this stop either, and that was fine with me. I enjoyed a few minutes of quiet on the boat while everyone else snorkeled around. If you want to call it quiet as I'm sure I was blabbing to someone. I meant quiet as in no-screaming-toddlers-quiet. Generally there is a stop at the Great Barrier Reef, which we did experience last time, but this time according to Ron the second snorkeling spot was not the reef, in fact it was very similar to the first. There was also another boat out here with us, which I didn’t notice at the time. It’s very possible tides or the rather choppy seas this day had made the Barrier Reef too difficult to snorkel at.



In any event, contrary to what the picture above might have you believe, Sarah was not a bit happy about getting back on the boat. She wailed. Loudly. Thank goodness it was only a matter of minutes before she was sound asleep, as she so obviously needed to be.






I am so thankful for all of the wonderful Disers. They were patient and kind and I could feel the empathy even though I know listening to the yelling as I tried to get Sarah to relax was not a lot of fun for the folks in the immediate vicinity. Luckily, it was a big boat. Thank you all for being so understanding!

Before we knew it we were back at the dock, and piling back in the buses for the return trip to town. It was another good excursion. The two snorkeling stops were not quite as good as the ones we had last time (per Ron, of course they weren't as good for me!), and it was hectic trying to get off the boat, otherwise everything about the tour was great. Will we do it next time? Probably not....but we have done it twice now. Should you do it once? You bet!

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WOW!!! That's a lot of people to go with! Looks like you had a great time. The waters are so beautiful!!!! I am still trying to talk DH into taking a 7 day and going to GC... So far no luck.

Can't believe I'm on the ball and first one to reply. Have a great day and can't wait for another update!!!
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Thanks for another great update! We leave in a little over two weeks for our western cruise and your TR is getting us ready!
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That looks like an amazing time, DH is still not sure about the whole swimming with stingrays, but I am working on that!! Did you guys get any kind of discount for booking such a large group or since they had to get a bigger boat that offset any discount? What time do you think you finished with you tour? We dock so late with our cruise 10:30 I am afraid the 3 stop tour will be to long while we are on shore.
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Grand Cayman looks great, the water looks beatiful! What a great idea to do an excursion with Disers!
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That excursion looked fabulous! With exception of the meltdown of course
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We went for Tea with Alice on our last cruise - what great fun. Our DD was chosen to take the part of the white Rabbit and sat at the table between Alice and the Mad hatter. I was gutted that the battery had gone on my camera earlier in the afternoon and didn't have time to charge it so no picture but a fab experience all the same. Changing places at the tea table was a fun game - crazy but fun.
Oh man, I really wish I had researched this better beforehand and had considered it, we would have had a lot of fun! Oh well...next time!

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The kids look GORGEOUS all dressed up!! Love the dresses, and Brendan is so handsome!!
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Hi Jen,

Adriane and I really enjoy reading your trip report. What a FUN cruise it was!!! We sure miss being on that cruise.
Adriane really enjoyed spending time with Savannah. Keep up the great trip report!

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Hi Vicki!!! So glad you stopped by to say hi! It was such a wonderful cruise, I'm so glad the girls had such fun together! I've got some great pics of them coming up. The Christmas card from Adriane was so sweet! Have you all decided when you will cruise again? We are still thinking about Sept/Oct 2012 on the Fantasy (Eastern). Would love to have you join us!!! I think we are leaning towards 9/22/12. I guess it really is going to be April when the dates come out!! So good to hear from you!

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We did it on the DD... it is yummy and im not a te-kill-ya girl,
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but I put my big girl panties on and did them all and the margarita... my only suggestion is dont do that THEN Martini tasting the same day (make sure your read your tix's if you are doing 2 a day ... just saying or the next time you go into the theater they wont be making fun of you for walking out but for passing out lol
LOL was that when you were tripping over trash cans? After 2 tastings?


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food looked yummy your chicken looked so small though I could have had a couple too lol. Love Brendans face i get that also from the boys like can you please let us EAT lol
Yea the kids totally didn't get it. Ron's getting really good though, he even took some food porn pics on his own accord. He scoffed at first but slowly and surely the Dis is sucking him in.

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UGG another one that doesnt do dessert..how am i supposed to live my vacation out between you and El if neither of you are enduldging for me LOL
I have no idea what happened that night. You know dessert is my favorite part. I guess it's possible we had it and lost the pics since we did lose a chunk of pics from that time, including right where they sung to B. I think I have the mystery figured out, in fact, I think taking a big long video caused the memory card to wig out b/c every time I am realizing I am missing pics I am also missing a longish (over 1 min) video. I swear I don't recall the chilled chocolate souffle though!

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I swear Im not drinking while trip report reading... LOL
ummhmmm...k..sure...whatevs...LOL J/K I know you aren't cause I know what your postings look like when you are !

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My wife and I tried a few times to catch the Dissers in Karaoke but never could find anyone. Glad the kids and Ron had a great time!
Aww that's a bummer we missed you guys! I was there for a couple of the nights, but mostly I stayed back with Sarah. They were going almost every night I think, but they usually slid in right before the end. More than once they were the last to perform for the night (probably a good thing!)


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I'm really curious about this one! hahaha though the next part in GC was truly a killer moment... one day I'll explain when I get to my trip report... I'm still laughing about that moment!
Woo-hoo can't wait to hear it, but I guess I'll have to! You had a great installment today too, looking forward to more!!

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WOW!!! That's a lot of people to go with! Looks like you had a great time. The waters are so beautiful!!!! I am still trying to talk DH into taking a 7 day and going to GC... So far no luck.
Yes it was a lot, but it was so great being there with everyone you "know" via the Dis. LOL, keep working on your DH! He may not realize it until after your 4 night cruise, but then that just means you have to go on another one!!!

Cayman is beautiful, and it's a port I enjoy a lot because there is no high pressure sales going on, or annoying braiders, taxi drivers, etc.. Very laid back area, clean, nice. Of course it's an expensive port ($1.25 US=$1 CAY appx.) but I am actually really looking forward to going there again whenever that will be-to try something new.

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Can't believe I'm on the ball and first one to reply. Have a great day and can't wait for another update!!!
LOL, well it was 7 something in the morning. And at least you got to see the pics... I actually had this installment all written yesterday but it took for today to sort out the pics, and now b/c of photobucket I'll have to reset all of the links. Ack!

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Thanks for another great update! We leave in a little over two weeks for our western cruise and your TR is getting us ready!
Woo hoo! Exciting! Have a wonderful trip!! I should be at least through Cozumel before you leave so hopefully in between packing you have time to check back!

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That looks like an amazing time, DH is still not sure about the whole swimming with stingrays, but I am working on that!!
Well I can understand that, I was comfortable with it but even so it was a little intimidating with them just swimming all around you like that. They are all over the place! The only place to avoid them is the boat, LOL!

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Did you guys get any kind of discount for booking such a large group or since they had to get a bigger boat that offset any discount?
Nope, no discount. We all had to book separately and they linked our reservations and then just got the big boat for us on their own. It would ave held up to 75. Prices were very reasonable though $40/adult and $27.50 child, 4 and under free.

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What time do you think you finished with you tour? We dock so late with our cruise 10:30 I am afraid the 3 stop tour will be to long while we are on shore.
Well, looking at my picture encoding, the pics started in the bus at 10:15 Cayman time (CDT) (9:45 was our check in time, we probably arrived a few minutes prior to that) and the last pics I took on the boat were at 1:32 CDT. The first pics I took at Margaritaville (where we were afterwards) were at 2:03 CDT so just about 4 hours including transportation. They do have an even shorter trip (A three hour tour! A three hour tour!) and I think both afternoon and morning time slots.

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Grand Cayman looks great, the water looks beatiful! What a great idea to do an excursion with Disers!
Oh the water there is so clear and gorgeous! And such great company! It was great fun, even if it was a tad difficult with Sarah.

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Yeah it's all your fault missy. EVERYONE is watching that video of you dancing. That's what put it over. And I purposely put it on the 2nd account cause I knew the bandwidth would skyrocket. Now I need a third account (yes. cheap. )
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