The hardest part of a cruise is getting ready to leave the ship. Not because your vacation is over, but because you have finally managed to move your stuff into your cabin in a way that makes the room comfortable and now it’s time for you to pack it all up again.
It’s hard to imagine how you were able to find spaces to store all of this stuff that you are about to have to haul back home!
Then there are the new friends you made on the ship. This is Alena, she was our head waiter from Belarus, which is a small country formerly of the Soviet Union. She was the one that was helping to make sure that Sandra stayed on her gluten free diet.
And of course our tablemates. We all ended up at the lounge after packing up our things and shared stories and exchanged phone numbers.
Then Sandra pulled one of her favorite tricks… putting the camera on video mode instead of timer. This way you get to see everyone react to the surprise of being caught on “candid camera”.