We are in route to Robinson Crusoe Island and we are scheduled to be there for 6 hours at this tender port with no tours. Many of you might remember last year we posted pictures of this lovely Island. And then two weeks later we reported that the earthquake in Chile had sent a Tsunami that all but wiped this small port off the map. It will be interesting to see how much they have rebuilt.
Today has been a rather lay back lazy day. Brad uploaded yesterday’s blog this morning, then attended a meeting with the Cruise Specialists on board who wanted to see the coffee table books he had printed of other cruises. Then lunch with the Cruise Critic group. Since then, we have done this blog to be posted this evening as well as having a couple of people come to our room to discuss photos and stuff. And then there are the never ending phone calls we have receive. When on a long cruise, passengers seem to make friends easily as we see each other every day. Of course they have all been concerned about Gloria not showing up for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner for the last 3 days. Then of course her missing crafts was the last straw. So we explain her back has been sore and she is doing better each day.
Tonight is Oriental night in the dining room. The above are pictures of our dining room decorations and of course one of the beautiful flower arrangements you can see everywhere on the ship. We have been invited to the Pinnacle Grill by Sue Hasson, our new friend. Sue is sitting to the left in the picture below. Tonight we will be in the seats opposite her. It has been a week since we have had dinner in the Pinnacle Grill. We are going through withdrawals.