OMG this is a ship?!!?!?
Get your paper umbrellas here!
Centerpiece of the fancy steakhouse called - you guessed it - "David's." Don't sit under this guy, OK?
There were plenty of Renaissance nudes on the walls, and plenty of "Do Not Disturb" signs hanging on the cabin doors...
After a while the passengers started looking like Renaissance paintings too.
Normandie Dining Room. Our table for two was upstairs by the balcony railing on the right.
Dining room friends Daniela from Macedonia and Yulilia from Belarus.
Deck 2 midships. Heart of the action, jumping all the time.
Baby on board.
After dinner we talked to Archie and Nick via video instant messaging.
Mummy sunbathers. It was cold the first day out. Didn't stop people from catchin some rays.
Juley and Tim
Romantic music crescendos here.
The birds came on board as we entered Port Canaveral, Florida, checking for easy pickings from the tourists.
We spent the day at the Kennedy Space Center. That's a full-sized water tower in front of the Vehicle Assembly Building.
Waiting for the bus. Vehicle Assembly Building is in the background.
Business end of a Saturn V rocket.
Encounter with an aircraft carrier, in middle distance. It had bombs, we had bikinis.
USS George H W Bush, on training maneuvers.
Entering Nassau. The port has been reconfigured for cruise ships. We were the third such ship in port that day, and there were parking spaces for two more.
Take our picture, mister?
We took a walk around the "real" Nassau. Can you find a sidewalk in this picture? Neither could we.
Found a little public beach. Sand, water, daiquiris, Reggae. Hey, it's the Bahamas!
Party on, Dudes!