We are starting our final two sea days before we arrive in our hometown of San Diego. Packing has continued this morning as we (Judy) continues to fill our suitcases while I try to stay out of the way. We won’t really know until sometime tomorrow if everything will fit into our suitcases or if we will have to scrounge for boxes. The two duffel bags we received as pillow gifts will likely come in handy.
Mongolian Barbeques are a thing of the past – gone with the world cruise. Today they were grilling red snapper near the Lido pool and serving them on top of a Caesar Salad. We stopped by about 10 minutes before they wrapped up and enjoyed some of the delicious fish and fresh salad.
Another Texas Hold’em game didn’t result in any better cards and I was knocked out in the first 30 minutes.
We had better luck at Bingo. Judy won the first game of classic Bingo and pocketed $150. She was almost too late and cried Bingo only a second before the host Joey was ready to call the next number. Judy had been focused on another card and by the time she punched in the winning number on a different card, she was almost out of time. For the final coverall game I had 4 cards that only needed one number, but alas, someone beat me before any of them showed up.
We had dinner in Canaletto’s this evening and had a wonderful time. Service was a little slower than normal since their kitchen lost power at the station reserved for Canaletto and they had to scramble to rig an alternate power source before they could get cooking again. It was worth the wait as the food was delicious as always.
Mike Price, the Rockstar Juggler was the featured entertainer. He put on a wonderful show that we saw a few weeks ago during the last week of the World Cruise. He was even better this time and a bigger audience at the 10 o’clock show helped. I volunteered to help out by tossing him a few balls from the audience (my aim was off and he caught a ball that Judy threw before I got one to him!) And then he called me on stage to hand him items while he was on his 6’ unicycle. Since I had seen the show before, I knew what to expect and had a good time.
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