For those of you who have never been on a cruise, the experience is pretty much like being aboard a floating buffet. Seriously, the ship had 24 hour pizza and ice cream. Which means that at some point, you feel obligated to eat pizza at 2:00 in the morning. And at 2:00 in the afternoon.
One of the coolest sights we saw were dolphins that swam along side the ship. They were probably hoping for discarded fish sticks.
For some reason that isn’t clear to me, Carnival decorated their dining room so that it looked like Ursula from the Little Mermaid was attacking the ship. Nothing says, “Dig in and eat!” like big purple plastic tubes. And if that’s not classy enough for you, they added orange spiderweb designs to the end of the tubes. Maybe if you’re really drunk, this all makes sense.
Here’s a hugely gigantic Mexican flag that stands at one port. If you ask me, it’s too large. It almost seems like they’re compensating for something else.
The stewards always left little towel animals on our bed ever night. Oh sure, they look cute and cuddly . . .
But while you sleep, it’s a different story.
There were all sorts of these signs on the ship. I’m assuming there were no words on them because the sign makers wanted to add to the general confusion the signs communicated. Here you can see two different signs, side by side. The first is clearly warning you that ninjas may drop from the ceiling and surround your family.
The second is telling you to run like heck–which is the normal response if you are being attacked by ninjas.