DAY 4 ON THE PACIFIC: MORE PLEASURE - MORE REFLECTION
This is our 12th cruise, since we started our cruise career in 2005. It is by far the longest one. And the first one totally on the other side of the globe. And as the days pass we get more and more used to do nothing. And if we do not finished one day, we just continue the day after! Yes, it is Pure holiday! When we get home we perhaps have to be retrained in many daily tasks such as cooking when Liselotte is concerned :-)
Our dinner waitors are second to none: Konang from Indonesia and John from the Philippines. Our Indian bar waitor is very much on his toes too. But when he last night after we had had our usual couple of glasses of Pinot Grigio and Merlot suddenly without us asking for it brought us two bottles of cold water we wondered why. We had actually planned to ask for two such bottles to bring to our cabin. Perhaps Indians can read your thoughts :-) Or he felt it was upon time that we enjoyed some "water music"!
We also attended a great show in the ship's huge theater. The guest was a very dynamic Australian multi-entertainer Hayden Smith. He also brought in his delightful - for the eye as well as for the ear - young English wife, who like him sang beautifully. From Sweet Caroline to Hey Jude, to Evita and Les Miserables. All ending with one of my absolute favorites, Andrea Bocelli's wonderful Time to Say Goodbye - the song I want people to hear, when I some day in the future move on!