Bahamas Cruise!

We just took our first ever cruise.

And it was awesome!

I put 84 pictures up on the Flickr, which is a few too many to put in a blog post. But let it be said, I ate a lot of:

And we did a lot of:

And even partook of some:

And it was totally and completely:

I stayed gluten-free the entire time, and despite stuffing my face with all sorts of deliciousness (and ice cream after almost every meal), I gained less than half a pound. It was only a 4-day cruise, and here it is the next day and I still feel like the world is gently rolling. Hey, vertigo! Cut that crap out! At least while on the boat itself, I didn’t have any problems with motion sickness.

Here’s a link to the Flickr gallery — most pictures by me, but a few by Scott and some by my dad. (You’ll see him and my mom in a few shots, but my mom hates her picture, so I went easy on her.)

Even though our last day’s excursion to Norwegian’s private island was cancelled due to heavy wind and waves, we still had a great time. I read three books, and got some much-needed relaxation done. And now that we know we can handle cruising and we like it, we’ll be keeping our eye out for future voyages. We’re also thinking about JoCo Cruise Crazy in 2013.

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2 Comments

  1. I’ve never been on a huge cruise ship like that before, but I always get that motion feeling on land after being on a boat for multiple days. My cruises tend to be a little less crowded:

    http://ussexcalibur.blogspot.com/2010/07/stardate-6451127-sailing-to-marthas.html

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    missy Reply:

    I’ve only ever been out on a sailboat once — friends of the family had one when I was a kid. Otherwise, my boating experience has been Washington state ferries, Walt Disney World ferries, and the boats for It’s a Small World and Pirates of the Caribbean.

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