On Thursday, December 13, 2018 guests onboard Vision of the Seas joined together with Cruise Director Steve Davis to perform an awesome dance routine to Michael Jackson’s Thriller.
Two more days and I have to fly home after being on Vision of the Seas for the past two weeks.
Guess I’ll have to begin preparing for my next cruise.
One thing about sea days while on a cruise – you get to see lots and lots and lots of water.
Last night after dinner, I caught a small performance of Gary Williams again in the Centum area of the ship.
Afterwards I made my way to the Masquerade Theater for a show presenting Comedian Juggler Steve Rawlings. I was one of two people he invited onstage to assist him with some of his act. Steve is so funny and such a super charged entertainer. And his juggling skills are awesome.
Today we have an estimated arrival in Ponta Delgada, Azores bright and early at 7:00 am. Soon after passengers will be allowed to leave the ship to venture around the port city. Check back tomorrow for photos from the Azores.
As you can see the Atlantic is a little rough this morning, which is causing Vision of the Seas to rock some, but not as much as it was early this morning. Around 2:00 am this morning I woke up thinking that I was on a roller coaster.
People are enjoying the sunny day we’re having by lounging at the pool and taking in the nice weather, as we all continue to have a fun cruise.
Tomorrow the ship will be arriving into Ponta Delgada, Azores, so look for pictures to be posted soon after.
Early this morning around 2:30 am, Vision of the Seas sailed out of the Mediterranean Sea past the Rock of Gibraltar and into the Atlantic Ocean. I was awake, but it was rather dark to be able to catch a photo of the Rock.
The next three days we are at sea until we arrive at Ponta Delgada in the Azores. During these sea days, I will attempt to take photos around the ship and upload them to the blog site.