Sea day fun

What do you like to do on sea days? Sleep late? Participate in Lido deck activities? Stay in the casino all day?  There's so many different ways to enjoy the day.

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On sea days we still rise early. I like to go for my long walk on the outside track and then meet DH for breakfast on the Lido deck. We stick to our regular breakfast and forgo the MDR offerings. After getting cleaned up, we head out to find some deck chairs so we can enjoy the ocean breeze and sunshine. Ahh, life is good on a cruise.

On a Sea day I like to sleep in a bit, go to sea day brunch in the MDR,  play mini golf,  find a nice spot to relax and read a bit and do some laps around the running track.

Sea days are great for sleeping in, going to sea day brunch, people watching, finding a nice window seat to read and watch the ocean.  Oh, and a nap fits in nicely, too Big Smile

A little bit of everything ... enjoy the ocean air and RELAX.

Opening a brand new book, finding the perfect deck chair, having a lazy breakfast.... life is good.

I'm definitely a fun and sun type of gal. Give me a cold drink and a spot on the Lido and I'll stay there all day.

Have some drinks by the pool Happy

Generally, I like to do a complete self-guided tour of the ship. Maybe find a club or bar I didn't know about, or possible a hidden deck.

I'll have a late breakfast, take the Behind The Fun tour, the lunch and head for the Serenity Deck, time on the balcony and whatever I want after that.

 

So many great things to do!  I really think DH would enjoy the Behind the Fun tour, so maybe I'll surprise him with that as an anniversary gift. Thanks ctav for the  idea.

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