Posted by sean on July 8, 2015 at 2:38 pm in Honeymoon with No Comments


We enjoying a long overdue Sea Day. After visiting four ports on consecutive days, a day on-board to reciprocate is very much welcome!

Last night night, we returned to the theatre, where the ship’s very own song and dance group, Headliners, wowed us all with another fantastic show. This time, the performance was called Destination Dance – a mix of of dance and song from well known shows and films.

We treated ourselves to breakfast in bed, this morning. We avoided the usual madness and rush for food, you usually get in the morning – plus, it was all free! It’s good to be lazy sometimes.

After enjoying brekkie, we left our cabin, to allow our amazing steward to make up our room. We walked the length of the ship, stopping to get photographs and visit the shops. Being the kind and loving husband that I am, I allowed Claire to buy herself a very expensive handbag – after all, it is our honeymoon. I told her that this would be the first and last time she would spend that much on a handbag! It’s a shame P&O don’t sell any PlayStation 4s on the ship, as now I’m in my wife’s good books, it would be a great chance to purchase one.
This afternoon, we plan to lie on our lovely balcony. We have already made use of the room service (again), so enjoyed some fresh sandwiches for lunch. I was a little disappointed that the ship’s sport channel isn’t showing The Ashes, but given England’s apparent dodgy start, I don’t think I’m missing much.

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