Boarding Sirena

The day has finally arrived, we had our normal breakfast, lots of fresh fruit, then an omelette, we are trying to stick to reasonable diet, although the cookies and croissants are a problem and hard to avoid.

We packed our cases, checked out and the shuttle bus took us to the ship in the port, we should have waited for a guy to take our cases, but we foolishly took them with us, which meant because we were early boarding our rooms were not complete, so we were ushered to the dining area, where we could take a light lunch whilst waiting. I have to say the food looks delicious.
Geoff purchased a full drinks package, as he worked out he could only have four drinks a day and pay the same price, so between us we will get our monies worth! Fortunately all soft drinks are inclusive, which makes my life easy.

Our home for 35 days

Our home for 35 days

We unpacked our stuff, nice to be organised, and know we do not move again for 35 days. Plenty of storage space, rooms really comfortable, especially the bed.

By the time we were organised it was dinner time, so we went to this really sumptuous restaurant, had dinner watched the show, then crawled into bed, my body clock is still on Uk time, and we are eight hours behind, so having a few problems sleeping.

Sunday we spent discovering where everything was on the ship, the weather is getting warmer, and some people were in the

Golf practice

Golf practice

jacuzzi, but I haven’t seen anyone use the
Keep your head down!

Keep your head down!

pool yet. We played mini golf, which was fun,went to a seminar on the excursions, but decided that we would rather meander at our own pace and get buses or taxis, when we want them.
Two days in, and still being careful with the food and drink, how long will this last I wonder!
After another lovely meal, main course lobster, we went to
Two young ones waiting for show to start

Two young ones waiting for show to start

watch the evening show, which was a magician, he was very good, we sat in the front row, hoping to catch him out, but we
Oh dear how embarrassing!

Oh dear how embarrassing!

couldn’t. I was called onto the stage to help with one of the tricks, I did say why are we sitting in the front row!
Another lovely day, surprising how quick the time goes.

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