(Almost) Noon Sighting
30°49′11″ S 153°18′19″ E
Oooops, I forgot my sextant at home so I had to resort to my backup technologies – good old iPhone compass, GPS & Google Maps.
It’s just as well as I really have no clue about how to properly use a sextant.
The ship was at sea all day today so we had lots of time to explore some more.
There were some fun graphics painted on the exterior walls on the upper deck & many people were posing with them.
Tonight was a formal dinner evening so there was lots going on. We got dressed up for a “night on the town” ….
Our first stop was to see Scott Williams, an Australian comedian. He promotes himself as “the laugh doctor” & he was very funny.
He used a lot of graphics (like the one below) to point out that there can be humour just about anywhere & in any profession.
Maybe I could get a graphic like this for Santosha’s flybridge. I have a feeling that Catherine would exercise a veto on that idea.
Next on the agenda was to go to the ship’s main gathering area where the Cruise Director introduced the Captain & all of the executive members of the crew.
This was followed by the champagne waterfall. The area was packed with people so we took a pass on getting a glass of bubbly & headed for the dining room – time to eat – again!
I wonder if one of these towers has ever fell over. What a mess that would be! 🙀
After dinner we went to the main theater to see the special show “Encore” put on by the cruise ship troupe featuring musical theatre songs, opera arias, dance plus an amazing violinist. It was really good – probably the best one we have seen on any cruise we’ve taken.
After such a busy day we were ready for bed. The ship docks in Brisbane early in the morning.
Tonight we pass through a time zone so we will set our clocks back 1 hour. That means we will have to wait an extra hour before the breakfast buffet opens. I hope I can last that long.