Panama Canal aboard the Wonder 12/9-12/23 - all photos now up as of 1/22/13!

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  1. dvandkq

    dvandkq Disney Kool-Aid Drinker

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    While we're celebrating Kathleen's birthday (which happened 3 days after we left the ship), we might as well celebrate John's birthday as well, which won't happen for another month!

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    In the face goes the cake!

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    Disney Cruise Line birthday cake!

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    It's time to say farewell to all the Disney characters :(

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    John & Captain Puckett

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    Saying 'goodbye' to Cinderella

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    The last waltz with Cinderella

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    A final bow and curtsey

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    A final portrait with mainstage performer Rebecca, whom we befriended on the cruise. Rebecca and her mom were on every one of our Port Adventures with us!

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    Saying 'goodbye' to our most gracious host for the past two weeks

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    I turned the camera around and got a photo of Clare Lin with John. Clare Lin was an amazing photographer who shot great pictures of us all cruise long!

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    Floating past the other cruise ships already at dock in Miami before dawn, Sunday morning

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    Pre-dawn Miami, the end of our most amazing journey aboard the 'Disney Wonder'!
     
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    dvandkq Disney Kool-Aid Drinker

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    I had to giggle at a recent Facebook post by Disney Cruise Lines. They posted a photo from aboard a ship, and asked "What do you like to do on your 'at-sea' day.

    We had eight - EIGHT!!!! - 'at-sea' days on the Panama Canal cruise - one between Los Angeles and Cabo San Lucas, four between Puerto Vallarata and the Panama Canal, two between Cartagena and Costa Maya, and one between Costa Maya and Miami.

    I came to enjoy the 'at-sea' days more than the days we visited ports of call. Sure, swimming with the dolphins, exploring Cartagena, and climbing Mayan ruins on December 21, 2012 were amazing experiences, but for sheer fun and relaxation, nothing beats unstructured days 'at-sea'!
     

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