This time around the buffet was actually pretty crowded but once again we found ourselves a nice table outside by the Sirens pool where the buffet back there still remained undiscovered by other passengers.
After breakfast we headed to the theatre where most people had gathered and the big screen was set to CNN where we watched the "news" and socialized with other passengers until our group was called for debarkation.
At around 10:00am we were finally called to leave the ship where we found our way through the port, down an escalator and into what looked like a large garage area where all the luggage was sitting so you had to make sure you knew which group your luggage was in or it'd be like finding a needle in a haystack. Personally I thought it would have had one of those conveyeur things like at the airport (Miami cruise terminal had one if memory serves me correct), but this was "ghetto" for lack of another term. Nobody seemed too upset with they layout though, we only heard a small handfull of
We left the port, but not before one of the female port security officials made a pass at my husband.... that's alright, I ain't mad or nothing, I took that as a compliment
And there you have it!