One thing good about going on a cruise - you will never get hungry. There is food everywhere!
The pool deck was packed! probably one thing to consider when planning your cruise, pick dates during either the off-peak season or non-holiday. Otherwise, good luck finding a lounge chair...
During our stop at the Nassau we were welcomed by live Caribbean music
We spent a day at Atlantis (definitely worth the trip and will definitely go back in the summer).
By the pier were these multi-million dollar yachts - wishing we had one of these babies...
Next stop was at CocoCay - RC's private island...
We booked to go jet skiing which was cancelled because of the strong winds =(
I forgot how much I love to snorkel. Hubby is a PADI certified diver so he is slowly convincing me to get certified myself. CocoCay snorkeling was a disappointment. Having snorkeled in the waters of El Nido in Palawan and Boracay before, it was difficult not to compare it against the Bahamas. Anywho, snorkeling with hubby in itself was priceless.
I love to shop, but nothing there caught my attention... too "touristy" for my taste =))
Our friends - M & A - who went with us on the trip asked us to "be wild and be like a tiger" just like they were asked to pose last time they visited Disney's Animal Kingdom. And so we did... our failed attempt to look wild (har har har)
We felt silly afterwards =))
The best Pina Colada I have tasted is in Atlantis... yum!
I hope you are all having a wonderful and blessed week!