Thursday, November 18, 2010

Cruise photos

I shared a summary of our cruise, then shared some of the things that happened which we laughed about over and over. Now I'll share a selection of photos. I mean, nobody wants to see all 100+ photos, right? Well, if you do, I'll provide a link to all of them later.

Here's the ship: the Crown Princess. It was enormous and luxurious.
Here we are, hanging out on one of the balconies overlooking the rear pool.
Me and my buddy Steven at the bar by the pool.
Spouse and Thad at the bar.

The Bobs on formal night.

Thad & Steven on formal night.

Spouse & me on formal night.

The chair lift on Roatan, Honduras.

Me next to a LIVE bronze sculpture. Also notice the "Goodmark" sign.

Our ship from one of our ports.

Spouse & me on our ship, with another ship in the background.

The rear pool where we hung out all week, and the ship's wake.

Eddy, Spouse, Chris and Thad form a "waffle".

We met Jorge & Don and found that they live in the city where Spouse & I used to live in VA. Once we became friends on Facebook we discovered we had several mutual friends.

Spouse having some fun with the boys!

The beautiful Grand Piazza.

The dual spiral staircases in the Grand Piazza.

Just in case these photo highlights aren't enough, you can view all our cruise photos


A Lewis said...

At least your cruise concluded complete with electrical power and not stranded without engines at sea.

John Going Gently said...

looks like the liner in POSEIDON!!!

Jake said...

Photo 102 - How did the slim guy in the speedo get on this cruise? Looks like you had a fun time. Now that you're back on shore, good luck in the job hunt/career change.

anne marie in philly said...

so many hawt men - I would sit around panting, yet knowing they would never give me a second glance.

NICE ship...I will look at the rest of the pix later. but now I can match up steven & thad, and the bobs, when you talk about your friends.

Rick said...

I've never had any desire to go on a cruise. But the pictures of all the hot guys and stories sounds enticing. Cruises are so unbelievably popular here with Galveston just 45 miles down the freeway. It seems that's all coworkers do now.
Glad you had a great time and made it home safely.

John Going Gently said...

no posts in a while?