Bill Paley (mycroftca) wrote,
Bill Paley

We left Georgetown, Grand Cayman fairly early in the day, as did the other six cruise ships, all of whom seemed to be heading more or less in our direction (except, possibly one of the Holland America ones that I lost sight of over the horizon). During the night we counted five other cruise ships in sight, all lit up.

This morning, we docked in Cozumel, Mexico...and due to my prodigious lack of interest, I stepped ashore, and boarded very soon thereafter.

So, most of our friends are ashore. I tried watching a movie in the ship's screening room (Battleship), but that was a waste, and I walked out less than thirty minutes into it.

Last night we did have another game of Cards Against Humanity; we've really enjoyed it, with or without alcohol. Lots of laughs.

I've finished some books on the trip, and will probably finish more, but I'll post about them all when I get home.

Landing on the dock here, the Mexican port authorities have a dog sniffing the disembarking (hmm: "barking"?) passengers...not for drugs, not for explosives. Fruit! The officer confiscates bananas, oranges, whatever. I'm sure they have their reasons, but it was odd to see. I understand that forestcats petted the canine guardian of Mexico. Of course.

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