October 2014 - Carnival Glory to Caribbean - Eastern
Dr. E the cruise director was everything you could ask for in the person leading the fun, with a great personality who really enjoyed his job, he made people laugh and enjoy their time on the ship. Our wait staff for our early dinning were more than great. Tony, Benjamain. and Iwayan made our meals memorable. I wish I could remember the name of our state room attendant, she was the best we have ever had on any cruise. I do wish the ship had more variety, clothing and nice articles for sale. They had the usual "sales" on a specific day and time for watches and jewelry but the selection is small and always the same. The candy shop would be better off if it sold chocolate candies and perhaps caramel apples, nuts and special cookies. We didn't see anything we wanted and I have a big sweet tooth. The entertainment was okay. The singers and dancers were good but three shows of just the same people? We would have liked to have more variety. The comedy was good. To fit everyone in to see it, maybe it should have been shown on the main stage. I remember when Bingo used to be fun and a big production. It was very rushed with just a simple line for the win. The $3000 bingo was not explained until AFTER all the cards were purchased, we felt somewhat cheated. A ball was drawn and IF you get a bingo on that exact number when called, then you win. They had us use the same bingo card for two games. The problem with that was the advantage or disadvantage you had for the first game carried onto the next game. It felt like the cast was just too lazy to start over or too cheap to give us a new card for that game. These are small problems and as a whole we liked the ship, crew, and the ports were wonderful. Well worth the price.