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Saturday, April 23, 2011

Day 7: At Sea, Galveston tomorrow

Day 7:  At Sea, Galveston tomorrow
Our final day at sea was spent relaxing and packing.  We began with a walk around the promenade deck before breakfast and the rest of the morning at the adult pool area.  I met a retired cop from NYPD and we talked shop for a while.  Did you know that there are over 50,000 cops in New York City while Houston only has about 5,000?  We don’t have near the population as NYC but that’s a lot of cops in the Big Apple.  MA and checked out the hot tub until I began to melt so we decided lunch was a logical next step. There we me a great couple from Rochester, NY, Howard and Lynn Smith.  They were on their 18th cruise.  We learned that they are traveling Christians like ourselves so we had a lot in common. Howard is a Physicians Assistant and Lynn is in education. 
After lunch we packed our bags and tagged them and placed them outside our cabin.  The crew picks them up and hopefully they’ll be waiting on shore when we disembark tomorrow morning.  We’ve been told we might we delayed because of fog in Galveston.  No problem. We love life on ships.
This has been a great cruise.  We met a lot of wonderful people, seen some great sights and MA has relaxed enough to read four mystery novels.  We hope you have enjoyed reading about our travels.  If so, please leave a comment at the bottom.  We look forward to your thoughts and opinions.  Au voir and so long until next time! May the God of heaven and earth continue to bless you and keep you. And, remember Easter is not about a bunny rabbit.  It is the day we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the grave.  He is risen.  He is risen indeed.


4 comments:

  1. I am not in a position where I can travel, so I enjoy reading about your cruises and other trips. Keep'em coming!

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  2. Wayne and MA,

    I again enjoyed sharing your travel experiences and photographs.

    Yes - tomorrow is a very special day. Thank you Jesus for coming to this earth and laying down your life for us and placing the adversary under our feet.

    Looking forward to talking with you soon.

    HAVE A GOD BLESSED EASTER - dave b.

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  3. Thanks so much for your blog. You make it sound so inviting, like we should be there with you guys. Keep the blogs coming when you go on your next adventure.
    Happy Easter.
    Morris and Linda West

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  4. Good livin' with WW and MA! Glad you had a good cruise and a good relax for our girl MA :)

    cheers from Nicaragua - MQ

    PS: lots of cruise ships stop at either San Juan del Sur or Corinto here, so check those out for next time 'kay?

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