|I love this, the sign reads, "Please respect our children, Do NOT write on the walls."|
My temper flared once we got inside when we were pulled out of line to have our tickets checked for validity. Then, after having diligently entered all the data on the Royal Caribbean website months ago, had to further fill out another manifest form and the infamous two question health form. Really…after spending all this money on a non-refundable cruise…what boxes do you think I’m going to check on the form on the state of my health? It’s just silly and time consuming. Oh yeah, then there was the mix-up on the boarding cards. These are the keystones to ship security when moving on and off the ship and is the vehicle to charge for services (and alcohol) on the ship. No card, no hay paso.
|And we didn't fall once|
|Historic Trelawny Parish Courthouse|
The return cruise is always jammed pack of store sales, midnight buffets, the belly flop contest and various other drinking contests and activities in an attempt to drag every last dollar out of you before the gang plank scuffs the dock. Everybody gets into the act, including, as it turns out, the Captain. During one of his daily Captain’s status reports from the bridge, promptly at noon, at the end of the report, he added that each guest should make an effort to get to the Casino before they shut it down upon leaving International Waters. I kid you not, he remarked we needed to do this to, “Make a contribution to my retirement fund.” That says it all.