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Old 12-07-2013, 11:04 PM   #31
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I love your report. We sail next Saturday so I am overly excited and this helps me escalate my excitement.

Anyway do they always have free drinks in the atrium? And when?

I hope you finish before Saturday

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I'll do my best. You're going to have a wonderful time! The free drinks were just at the Captain's Reception. I was surprised that we managed to get so many as have heard from others who never saw any come out! Cosmos are now my new favourite
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Day 3 Sea Day


Just another perfect day in paradise! Blue, blue sky! Hot, humid temps!


I love sea days! I like to get up early and explore the ship.

On my way to deck 9 to pick up coffees & hot chocolates, I always took the long way up, wandering around to snap photos first.





Deck 4 Jogging Track


Deck 4 Forward. I love this part. I hadn't noticed before but there's a jet ski hanging from the ceiling!


Yep, still Deck 4



Up to Deck 10 now:


Sports Deck







And that orange thing closer up:


Oh, it's the ship's black box...???

Interesting...

Captain, bring me that horizon!




Back to Deck 9 and the Quiet Cove is very quiet


Lady & the Tramp on Funnelvision


Touching up the varnish. Wouldn't want people on the disboards complaining about wear and tear!




Back to the cabin to wake up the sleepyheads


because we have to go to…

I'll confess this is not my favourite event…it's too hectic to enjoy the characters or the food, but whatever. The kids enjoy it and this time, DH and I were just there to watch, not eat. We had 10:30 am reservations at PALO so no way were we filling up on all those yummy pastries, and mickey waffles, and yogurt and fruit…and…sigh…I hate being hungry and watching other people eat!

The kids came up with the brilliant (?) idea to bring their travel journals they had bought in Galveston and get character autographs. Ugh. (Second confession of the day: I hate autograph books).



Although they got Mickey Mouse to sign the front cover, which is kind of cool now that I see it sitting on the coffee table, day after day.

"Hey kids, put your stuff away!."
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Love the updates and very glad to see that you managed to snag several of the cocktails. The character breakfast isn't our favorite either, we skipped it completely last cruise, but I would have had a hard time being you and not eating anything if I were starving hungry!
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Please, go ahead Glad I had a couple for you! But tell me, did your DH get picked for any dancing this time ?
Haha! No. We watched the whole thing from deck 10 this time. I think my husband is still traumatized by the whole event.

*spoiler alert!* Did you guys do the mixology class? I feel like I might have seen you there.
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Haha! No. We watched the whole thing from deck 10 this time. I think my husband is still traumatized by the whole event.

*spoiler alert!* Did you guys do the mixology class? I feel like I might have seen you there.
Uh-oh...that depends...were we the annoying ones of the group? Then I'll deny everything. Altho' stay tuned, maybe there'll be photographic evidence
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We finished the character breakfast with a few minutes to spare, so V took off to go to the Edge and I think DH took K down to the Lab and I wandered up to wait for him just outside of Palo. I think he may have also gone by our cabin to pick up our Palo tickets. Not that anyone asked for them anyway.


But in any case, I had a few minutes to wander around...and take pictures





I find the masks kinda creepy


The three stages of a Palo meal:

1) I can't wait for the meal!
2) Wow, look at all the food
3) Omg, I can't believe I ate all that!


Then DH arrived. We didn't actually have to wait for our table but he posed for effect:

Palo brunch was again, awesome. Some day we'll try having dinner there as well, but for now when travelling with the kids we just hate to give up a night in the MDR. We had Eve as our server today, from Wales - so of course we had to drop in a few Doctor Who references.

Eve waits patiently while DH gazes longingly at the liquor-so-expensive-it's-kept-behind-glass display!


This is one of the captive bottles. John (not Johnny - that's for the cheap stuff!) Walker. I can't remember what she said it cost...more than the cruise, I'm sure!

Oh, DH says it's so expensive because the cap is real gold and the 'glass' is Baccarat crystal!
He says it's about $5,000.
I said he's not getting it for Christmas.

Not our table but I took the picture to remind me to request a table by the window next time:

We skipped the tour of the brunch tables and just got at 'er. DH and I love to graze, so the brunch is right up our alley!

A bit of Palo food porn


DH ordered the tomato basil soup and I believe I had the chilled strawberry soup for starters, or in-betweeners I guess would be more accurate.


We ordered Oysters Rockefeller to share. Here's a picture of the shells LOL

Last time I had ordered the chicken parmesan and (shhh...) while it was yummy, I was ready for something different. So this time I went with the Eggs Julia(?)....Eggs benedict but with smoked salmon. I was very happy with my choice. I tried to talk DH into ordering the grape & gorgonzola pizza because I've heard wonderful things about it. I don't like strong cheeses so didn't want to order it for myself, just to have it go to waste. But curiosity makes me want to try it. He didn't cooperate though so maybe next time.

Eggs it is!


Part way through our meal DH happened to look out the window and see V running past! She was engrossed in another scavenger hunt or something. The people around us were laughing at our 'hey, that's ours!' surprise. She never realized we were even in there.

Last time as well, our server made up a tray of desserts for us to take back to the kids. This time Eve said that technically no food was allowed to leave the restaurant, then added if we were to sneak something out, she would be sure to look the other way LOL...Really all we wanted was some of the panna cotta so V could compare it to what she makes but sneaking it out seemed complicated so we didn't bother. It wasn't like the kids were in danger of starving on the ship!

And to prove that we had a balanced meal, here's dessert!

After our wonderful brunch, we rolled ourselves back to get K from the Lab and waddle back to the cabin.
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Thanks for the update. I think it depends on your server if they let you take something out. We were on the winder when our son was 3 months old. My mom was watching him when my wife and I went to palo for dinner. We got about half way through our dinner before my mom called and said he would not stop crying. So my wife had to leave. Our server made us up 4 deserts to go including the soufflé.

Our mistake with brunch was we went the last sea day of our cruise. We were so full by the end of the cruise we couldn't really enjoy it. This time we are booked for the first sea day.
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Ah yes, waddling back to the cabin to hang out…

Pictures of our door, with magnets.

The FE fairies had been so K spent some time checking out the loot. We had a blast doing the FE, altho' it's hard to convince the kids that they don't have to run back to check the FE every 10 minutes!



This gift included nail polish so we sat out on the balcony for an impromptu manicure!


OMG, the clouds! Okay, was it just weird that we kept seeing clouds in the shape of Disney characters? I mean, how do they do that?

How many do you see?


DH and I definitely enjoyed the verandah more on this trip. Our last cruise had been more on the cool side (think cold and rainy!) so hadn’t had much opportunity to just sit and watch the ocean go by.

V was still at the Edge (I think it was the Ratatouille cooking school) so we hung out at the cabin for a while. Apparently at some point I wandered through the Cadillac Lounge taking photos. I don't remember why I was there...maybe in pursuit of fresh wine glasses?






When V came back from the Edge, we went down to browse the shops and to line up for a Stitch photo op.




K had bought a Stitch stuffie in the morning so this time, V got to pick out her souvenir. She bought the Mickey hands. I was trying to talk her into something smaller but she really, really wanted these. They turned out to be kind of fun, and she didn't make me carry them around, so it all worked out well.



Stitch is waiting to see Stitch!


What do you do while waiting for Stitch? Well, K does this…

Apparently Stitch is K’s FAVOURITE! Funny, first time I’ve heard of it.

Conversation while in line with other kids all around:

(K) “Remember mommy when I saw him at Disneyland”…
(me) oh yeah, maybe he’ll remember you!
(K) “Oh mommy, I’m sure it’s a different guy inside.”
(me) SHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!

Then the CM – What do you mean ‘guy’? There’s only Stitch.

Sigh...

The great man himself


And then the fuzzy freak himself
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And as we were now nice and handy to the theatre, we were one of the first families in, so got seats fairly close to the stage. DH wasn’t there, so again, I’m having kittens because is having three people taking four seats considered saving seats?! Wave phone to the rescue “Get here NOW”. And V’s big Mickey hands helped flag him down to the right seats.

Tonight it was the Magic Dave Show! I don’t like magic acts, but throw in some good comedy and I’m a fan. And I’m a Magic Dave fan We had seen his show on our last cruise and V had even been picked as an assistant. She tried oh, oh, oh so hard to get picked this time. Those big Mickey hands were hard to miss but he picked instead…our tablemates! Well, dad and his teenage daughter anyway…It was a great trick which ended up with the dad being pie’d with whipping cream. It made for some fun teasing at dinner that night.

And dinner that night was in Animator’s Palette again. And finally, it was show night! Something else we missed on our first cruise, due to someone’s upset tummy. It was great fun, but you end up with a sore neck as you try to see what’s going on in every picture!


I have to admit I’m in awe of the dining room serving staff. I mean, isn’t it hard enough trying to keep everyone’s meal & drink orders straight, but then to have to manoeuvre through kids running, Mice dancing, people jumping around, trying to get video and/or photos. I’m amazed they’re not all off on stress leave!


I leave you with....DESSERT!

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Jamaica!

We woke up to a sunrise over the island of Jamaica!


We sat out on the verandah and watched Falmouth come into view.



Pilot boat (in case the word "pilot" written on it wasn't helpful enough )


As we got to the dock, I guess we caught someone off guard because a man came flying out of the big building to raise the Jamaican flag.





There, that's better

We had ordered breakfast from room service. It was after 7:30 and still no food. I was sure I'd ordered for between 7:00-7:30 so called down. Apparently I had picked between 7:30 and 8 or something and they were just on their way. Also apparently I over ordered because we had enough pastries, etc. for four cabins. We put some food away to enjoy another time.

We got our gear together and made good use of our new Castaway Club backpack to hold our sunscreen, water shoes and stuffed a few Disney towels into it as well.

We had a private excursion booked through Courtney Taylor Tours so we walked off about 8:30am. And there we were, in Jamaica (mon!). It's quite a large port area and we enjoyed the sights and the heat as we walked straight through to get to the meet-up spot.





We went to the wrong area at first (we went left but that was cruise excursions only) and we were directed to go over to the other side to meet up with our tour. There was some confusion with the dispatcher as to who we were waiting for but a gentleman came along and said he would drive us to meet Courtenay. There was another group of people there but they were waiting for Peat Taylor tours (family relation but two separate tour companies).

So in any case, we went with Dean for a short drive out of the secure area and met up with Courtney and switched to his minivan for the drive out to Ocho Rios.

Courtney was a fantastic driver and kept us entertained with songs ("If you're happy and you know it say Ir - ie!"), facts and sights along the way.

Well, he entertained DH and I. Here's the kids five minutes into the drive:


Can't blame our driver - it was an early morning after too many late nights for them! And it was just as well because it was about a 40 minute drive from Falmouth into Ocho Rios (or Ochie). And the last 15 minutes or so were.'interesting'

Courtney explained that you have to be a PhD to drive the Ochie roads: Pot Hole Dodger. As we bounced our way along, he said this was the point that some people forgot his name and started calling him Jesus.

We were heading to the Blue Hole, a waterfall/swimming hole spot near Ochie that I'd read about it on Tripadvisor & Cruise Critic, etc.

It is well off the beaten path and when we arrived there was only one other family (also from our cruise and FB group) so we pretty much had the place to ourselves for the morning.

And what a place! Oh my, it's gorgeous!



Courtney handed us off to our guide Morgan, who showed us the quickest way down to the swimming hole (click for video):


Oh yeah...

Hell NO!

So he showed us the longer, but less cardiac inducing path...
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Yay! Lots of updates! Loving the TR about Falmouth, I don't think I've seen anything about it yet.
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I am loving your trip report. Falmouth looks really nice. I am kinda sad our cruise isn't going there. I have to say of the port area that looks to be one of the nicest I have seen in a trip report. (If you leave out the Med cruises of course).
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I am loving your trip report. Falmouth looks really nice. I am kinda sad our cruise isn't going there. I have to say of the port area that looks to be one of the nicest I have seen in a trip report. (If you leave out the Med cruises of course).
It was gorgeous, and <spoiler alert>, Jamaica was our favourite stop! We were very sad to just have the few hours to spend there and would love to go back for longer.

I wasn't expecting the secure port area to be as large as it is! It was empty in the morning when we walked through but quite hustling and bustling when we got back.
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K was grumpy after napping in the car so she wouldn’t get in the water (or cooperate in any way, shape, or form!). But that was her problem and we didn’t let it ruin the fun for the rest of us. V isn’t a strong swimmer so I was glad when she voluntarily put on the life vest.

Geronimo!

I jumped in from the ‘low’ cliff – about 2 feet off the water. It was cold when you first plunged in but then – Pure Heaven! As you swim towards the waterfall, you realize that you are swimming against the current and it does get exhausting. And of course, as you pull yourself out of the water, you’re trying to pretend like you’re all fit and in shape and ‘oh yeah, I do this kind of thing every day’ instead of staggering out, clutching your chest and gasping for oxygen. Or is that just me? Bwahahaha. Didn’t take us long to realize why the guides were all in such great shape!


DH was the only one brave enough to explore the cave under the waterfall. You have to crawl backwards into a hole in the rock to access it (and then you swim out from under the waterfall). I’m not claustrophobic but still, the idea of crawling in without seeing where you were going unnerved me so I took a pass.

After paddling around in the swimming hole for a while longer, Morgan took us up to the upper waterfall and the swimming pools up there.




Free back massages sitting under this waterfall!



Awwwwwwwwww...it's very romantic!

One of the weirdest things (for us) was trying to convince our brains that the rocks in the water are NOT SLIPPERY! The guides kept showing us look, you can jump up and down on them, you won’t slip. But where we come from, rocks in the water are VERY slippery so you walk very cautiously on them. Meanwhile, they’re practically dancing a jig all the way down the waterfall, probably laughing (inside) at the scaredy cat tourists <bwahahaha>

If you’re brave enough (I wasn’t and I soooooooooooo regret it!), you can walk part way down the waterfall and then jump into the swimming hole. DH and I both waffled – let’s do it! No, it’s scary, let’s do it! Yeah, maybe not.

So we watched someone else do it.


After that, it was down to the lower swimming hole and the rope swing!



Again, there was a super high spot you could jump in from…or a lower one (maybe…6 to 8 feet?) The lower one was more than high enough for me, thank you very much. It was too high for either of my kids so they stayed on the trail and watched. The other family had younger boys and they managed to talk them into jumping, so it just depends on the kid.

The rope swing was a blast. Talk about feeling like a kid again! Just splashing around in the water having a grand old time!



By now, my shoulder muscles were really feeling the burn. So it was out of the water to dry off and carry on.

While we were doing all this, there’s a hut/shelter where we just left our stuff. Our wallets, etc. we left in the minivan but I had my other camera and our backpack, etc. There were other guides sitting in the hut and Courtney hung out there while we were playing. Everything stayed safe and secure. Our guide had our point & shoot camera for most of the time, so most of these are pictures & videos he took.

Trixie is the resident pup there and came over to say hi as we were getting ready to leave, much to our delight as we were missing our beasties. Dogs are dogs everywhere, and she immediately flopped over to let us know that her belly *must be skritched*!




Oh, I forgot about the machetes….gotta tell you about the machetes!

Ooops, time for bed…maybe next update
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