(for Viv, and anyone else who was wondering) I don't deal with the days at sea very well. It's certainly not boredom and it certainly isn't sea sickness, it's lack of control. I cannot get off the ship and I don't have my car. I am marooned. Even though there are many many things to do, I need to know I'm not stuck on a boat with 88 million of my closest friends. There were not 88 million people of course but there were more than just us. I'm not a social creature and I like to be able to do my own thing with my peeps. ~And so with this in mind the day at sea was longish. But we had fun.
We awoke on Wednesday to this view.
|Ahhhh, mountains. My heaven|
|I apparently have a death wish as this photo looks like it was taken from the middle of the road.|
|Ready to go|
|as we were riding I looked up and saw this.|
|Lets go zip lining|
|Hope the river rafting water is better than this|
|loved all the pretty bridges|
|lily loves her some, WATA, now we have bottles from both trips there|
|hmm, taken out of the window on our way there|
|It's a little poor around there but at sometime, probably the 80s there was a lot of of gorgeous homes that now sit in wreck and ruin.|
We got back to "camp" and ready to eat our preordered food only to be told there was none left. It's not as if you can make a fuss as this was Jamaica and they never have a problem with anything, only situations and all situations have a solution. Anger goes against their creed. So some greasy chips, and 2 quesadillas for five people and some WATA and we were golden.
|Rosie didn't seem at all perturbed about the lack of food. Here she is eating one fry.|
We needed to get back on the ship
|Meet Ochi, the giraffe|
|The queue to get back on the boat was long, but you have to expect that.|
|Good bye Ocho Rios. It was fun.|
|This is an aspect of cruising that never gets old, the views. having a balcony was lovely my sista from another is so smart!|