1-22-2013 Day 18 At Sea

Last night we began the process of turning back our clocks an hour.  We will be doing this for the next few days to get back on regular time.  We had to wait until after Easter Island which is on Chile time (since they are a territory of Chile.)  It was nice to get an extra hour of sleep!

6:30 a.m. and I was back on the treadmill.  It felt really good.  Went through what is becoming my normal morning routine – Good Morning Amsterdam, bridge lesson and then a cooking demo.

The cooking demo was especially good because they made two dishes that are easy and I will be able to do back home – and they were tasty!  One was papaya chicken, the other a tuna ceviche. 

One of the highlights of the day was lunch – a Mongolian cookout that P1010845took place poolside on the Lido deck.  It was really good.  They do this a couple of times on this cruise, and we always look forward to it.

After dinner we went to the variety show.  We really enjoyed it.  We had not gone to Fabio Zini’s first show and were really sorry we had missed it.  He was a great guitarist and played in a most unique way.  Then we saw Scott Record again – we really liked his first show.  He was good, but Fabio Zini was the better of the two.

This was a pretty laid back day on the whole.  We were able to get an Internet connection and so I could finally check e-mail and upload some of my Blog entries.  Working on Easter Island entry – trying to keep it reasonably short, but there is so much there to describe!


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