Monday, December 1, 2008

Day 9 - Millennium sea day

It is already the first of December Down Under. This year has flown by, but that seems to be the case each year now. I guess that is a sign of being busy...and cruising is a great way to stay busy.
Hello from the Celebrity Millennium on another sea day, heading to Melbourne. We had to miss Milford Sound yesterday as the seas were too rough. We had a bumpy ride last night, but that didn’t bother us at all, except when the bathroom door slammed and woke me up at 3a! So our view today is water, water everywhere! At least the seas have calmed down a bit and the sun is mostly shining through the overcast.

We had an impersonator last night who was pretty good...sang, played the guitar, and threw in some humor...oops, humour, playing folks from Willy Nelson and Pavarotti to Sean Connery. Tonight is our second formal night, and we have the music and comedy of "String Fever," a husband-wife violinist and cello player. Should be interesting.

I have uploaded pics from Hamilton Island and Port Douglas to and will hopefully get some more pics uploaded before we go home...Saturday! Woohoo!!!

Enjoy your day, whatever you are doing. Life is good!


Empress Bee (of the High Sea) said...

well i got all the laundry done and most of the stuff put away, one small suitcase left but it mostly stays packed. keep having fun, somebody has to do it! ha ha ha

smiles, bee

Sandee (Comedy +) said...

Yes, this year has flown by. We boat a lot as you know so I'm sure that's why our year goes by so quickly.

I loved the shots of Hamilton Island. That orange tree was beautiful. Never saw one before.

Just enjoy your time at sea. Big hug. :)

WillThink4Wine said...

Hamilton Harbour looks idyllic! I always wanted to live on an island with my own lagoon! I agree with Sandy, those orange trees are awesome!

Anonymous said...

I love sea days!

jc said...

Love the photos and your daily notes. We did a similar trip January 2006 on HA Statendam - we loved it. Enjoy the rest of your trip - at least you don't have to come home to snow!!


the donG said...

Life is good! i simply agree. whether you're traveling, working, shopping, solving problems or maybe simply just watching tv, youll definitely say life is beautiful. that's when you really really know who God is in your life.

looks like you enjoyed the impersonator guy.