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Got a good reason For taking the easy way out


Aboard...

From Grand Cayman, it took us about a half day (in hours) of cruising before hitting the island of Jamaica. So, I'll share some of the ship with you...

...the ship's casino

...the arcade room

...the three above, Johnny Rockets Restaurant.  On the aft...quite popular serving 50s style food...hot dogs, burgers, shakes and fries or onion rings.

...also on the aft, a water park...with tube slide and surfing.

...meeting the ship's captain

...the promenade deck

...the schooner bar [trivia played here daily with prizes]

...Hoof and Claw diner

...an original car  [built from wood back then...a Morgan] on the promenade deck

...a multi-tiered restaurant [Michelango's]

...deck 5, leading to the theater

...mosaic sculptures on deck 11.  Poolside

...radar   Deck 12

...ship's wake [aft]  Taken from The Windjammer restaurant windows


I'm going to try and wrap this up in the next couple of posts.  I'm sure you're getting bored with it all.  I will share a bit of the nature shots, the last of the entertainment and the arrival on Jamaica island and the last of the excursions, a sugar cane plantation [rum!!!]. 

30 comments :

  1. The ship is awesome!! A few favorites are the gorgeous wake, Radar Deck 12, the giant Toucan. I would eat every meal in the 50's restaurant and never leave it!!!

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    1. The whole ship was quite extraordinary! I had a hot dog at johnny rockets!

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  2. WOW! Need to catch words around to talk about the beauty of the ship:)

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    1. It was beautiful! And oh so clean! I like clean.

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  3. Nope, not getting bored with this. I'm loving it. It's like an entire city right inside that one ship. I would love to just roam around there. I would definitely stop at Johnny Rockets for a burger and onion rings.

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    1. My sister had the onion rings...they were huge!

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  4. Wow. It's really hard to believe. Amazing.
    (ツ) from Cottage Country Ontario , ON, Canada!

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  5. great big gorgeous ship. love those steps up to the theater and the johnny rocket is to my taste, the red stools and the tiny juke boxes drew me into that shot. i would have snapped myself silly in this place.

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    1. Just like the good ol' dsys of our teens!

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  6. That is one huge ship! I've never been on anything like that myself. And I sure am not getting bored, Anni, and I'll bet I'm not alone. :-)

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  7. Hello Anni!:) I second that!! There is so much to see of interest. The ship is fantastic,..almost like a floating city, with something for everyone.:)

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    1. It's good knowing you are enjoying these

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  8. not getting bored. I love Johnny Rockets (you must try their shakes)
    don't forget to bring some "REAL" rum back with you I had a customer bring me back some when I managed the liquor store, because it was TOO expensive to order.

    enjoy!!!

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    1. oh, I did have a vanilla shake! And bought some Jamaican Rum!!!

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  9. Bored? Are you kidding!!! This is a fantastic tour and your dialog is just perfect! Now I would like some onion rings before I head to the trivia room.

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    1. It's nice to know you are liking this!

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  10. Since I have never been on a cruise ship,I find these pictures quite interesting.Those ships look so luxurious.

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    1. I like it much more these days...it used to be so 'regimental ...not much fun years ago.

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  11. I'm not bored! I've never been on a cruise and am enjoying traveling with you. The ship is amazing!

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    1. I'm happy to read this Mari.

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  12. Good Morning Anni. Wow, such gorgeous photos. I've never been on a cruise. So much to take in. I greatly appreciate you sharing these pictures. I also love your blog background - so colorful and beautiful. Have a nice day, Mildred

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    1. Hello Mildred, it's nice to have you visit. Glad you came aboard.

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  13. Love the travelogue... Did you have any sense the ship was moving? I get sea sick very easily and have been afraid to chance it.

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    1. The ship 'rocked' a few times...but, for the most part...smooth sailing!

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  14. Wow! Fantastic!
    I think I would need a GPS to find my way around!
    Have a wonderful day!

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    1. My sister was constantly turned around. lol

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  15. how did you manage to take all those shots without people? Amazing. Such a huge ship it seems.

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    1. A VERY EARLY hour. I'm a morning person.

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