This was Saturday of our 3 night cruise. We slept in a little from being so exhausted from all of day 2's activities. Who knew cruising could be so tiring? (okay, I really did know it would be!) When we woke up, we were docked at Castaway Cay. We heard later from a cm that we almost didn't dock there because of high winds during the night. Boy was I glad we were able to make it. It was another glorious day! The sun was shining and it was warm and beautiful on this gorgeous island. We had a quick breakfast at the Beach Blanket Buffet and headed off the ship. We grabbed a spot under an umbrella on the family beach and rented snorkel equipment and floaty mats to enjoy the water. It was slightly cold in the ocean at first, but it didn't take long to get used to it and even enjoy it! We rented 2 sets of snorkel equipment for our family of 4 and dh took each of us one at a time. We all love to snorkel, but I think he was slightly exhausted after snorkeling almost all day Us girls took turns snorkeling with him and then relaxing on the floaties and on the beach. We never did make it to Cookies for lunch as we were still full from breakfast, but we did grab sodas and those delicious chocolate chip cookies several times. We did order room service once again when we got back on the ship. I really got hooked on the All Hands on Deck cheese platter and chocolate chip cookies! By the way, this is slightly off topic but I love how the ships do soda now. When we cruised 4 years ago, you had to buy the soda package and take the cups with you everywhere you went. I love that it is complimentary now. We stayed on the beach until about 4pm, way past other families because we were just enjoying it all so much! The last time we visited here, it was August and almost unbearably hot. This was much more enjoyable! We then went back on the ship and showered and prepared for our favorite show of all ~ Disney Dreams. It was, as expected, totally outstanding! I cried tears of joy after this show. It is just so sweet! After the show, we all went to Studio Sea again for "Who Wants to be a Mouseketeer." We were not as lucky this time and never got picked to go on stage, but it was such a fun show to watch. We then ate at my favorite place in all of Disney ~ Animator's Palate. The "show" during dinner was as good as I remembered and it was wonderful to dine with Lito and Herman serving us again. They chatted with us quite a bit and we really enjoyed our last dinner. After dinner, we walked around the ship some more and then watched "Flight Plan" in the Buena Vista Theater. We had seen it before, but wanted to see it on the ship We then went to bed as it was early to rise the next morning. Our last breakfast was at 7:30am back at Animator's Palate (you eat your last breakfast in the restaurant you dined at the night before). We were glad to have late dinner seating because that meant last breakfast seating too. Some people had to be at breakfast by like 6:15am!!! We had a delicious breakfast and said our final good-byes to O'Dell, Lito & Herman. We even got a chance to see Harlan from the Phillipines on the ship. He had been our server 4 years ago when we sailed. We caught up with him on our families and got lots of hugs. He claimed to remember us, but who knows. I know they meet so many families. We remembered him fondly though because he was so special to us and so good at making us feel welcomed & special! We left the ship around 9am and were on our way to enjoy the rest of our trip. If you have any questions I can help answer, let me know. Thank you all once again for all of your great tips and advice. Doing research on these boards sure does help you have a smoother vacation as you are prepared and know how to enhance your trip even more. I have to add one more thing ~ the best piece of advice I received here was about the over-the-door shoe hanger. I had always heard people raving about them, but never became a "believer" until this trip. It was single-handedly the best thing we brought with us. Nothing was ever lost. We kept all the "loose" stuff in there and we always knew right where everything was. If you too are like me and not a "believer" in this handy-dandy piece of equipment yet ~ try it, you'll LOVE it.