Saying goodbye to the Sovereign was very sad and I will admit that there were tears among guests and staff. I was invitied back for the Inaugural cruise and though she is not the Sovereign she is a great ship.
I am sure it will take a little time for her to get her sea legs sailing from the East Coast but i am sure she will do ok.
So I started dieting around mid February. I do have to admit though my doctor but me back on my medication and it helps with the weight lost.
At least now I am not so tired out when I finally get to the snorkeling area and that feels great.
My goal was 175 pounds.
Now I am at 167 and feeling great.
I recently traveled on the Royal Caribbean’s Mariner of the Seas. This my second voyage on the Mariner and I have to say that in November 2007 when I sailed I found that cruise the best of them all. Yet this time in 2008 it was even better.
Everything that happened on this trip was the best. From the side tour of St. John U.S.V.I and the sailing the snorkeling on the Lord Sheffield in St. Maarten, by far it was the best voyage.
Next May will be the Freedom of the Seas for an Eastern Caribbean seven night cruise. Though the Mariner is off to California, I know that I will be sailing on her again.
A lot has changed in the last year. Lots more cruises, a couple of trips to Orlando, Florida and learning more features with my Canon EOS Rebel.
Now that some of my cruise photos have been featured on shipparade.com the hits keep rolling in. I am grateful to Bart for his use of my photos on his site.
I hope that you enjoy my photos as I stride to learn more and more about armature photography using my travels as the backdrop.
Please leave a comment about my photos, would love to hear from you.
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Well we are off again this June for a 7 night Eastern Caribbean Cruise. Coco-Cay, St. Maarten and St. Thomas.
Already have the snorkeling set for Coco-cay and St. Maarten.
Cant wait to share the new photos.
It all started in July 1986 when I took my first cruise to the Bahamas. The Big Red Boat at the time was the way to go. 116 seniors took off for 4 days.
My real cruising obsession began January 2002, my first Royal Caribbean Cruise and I was hooked. Four cruise later in one year I was platinum and my cruising stopped for four years.
Now I am back at it, really hard core, Seven cruises in 2007 and four more, including a four night land tour in Alaska, I plan to have my site filled with lots and lots of cruise ship photos.