My grandpa was born on Feb. 29th. He passed away a couple of years ago, but it was always funny when we asked how old he was and when he was 80 he told us he just turned 20.
We are full fledged back to ship life. This one's a little different though. It's so big, it doesn't feel like a ship. It feels like a Vegas hotel complex.
There's even an escalator on the ship.
The ship has 4100 passengers on it (most ships usually only have 2100). As crew members, we usually know the least busiest times when to eat in the Garden Cafe. On this ship, there is no such time. It's always busy.
We do 15 shows a week on this ship (have I said that yet?). We have been rehearsing and performing every waking hour since we've been here.
Because of that, I really haven't been on any other floors then the ones we live, work and eat on. Have not seen the gym or some of the other cool paces.
Did stop up to see the water slides.
They're the largest water slides not on dry land.
They look pretty cool.
Also stopped off to see Spice, H2O, the outdoor club for adults.
That's the largest outdoor video screen on a cruise ship. That's a very important fact to some people.
Today, we had a few free hours in St. Thomas, but I didn't get off the ship. I caught up on some of the sleep that I've missed and jumped on my iPad to see what's been happening in the world the past few days. That's one of the things that's not different on this ship. Ship Internet is still criminally slow.
Oh, and another thing that's still the same, you're still going to find shoeless, shirtless hicks walking around in the art gallery
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