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Cruising ~ Part 1

This was our fifth quilters cruise, and another fun trip was had by all.

We always start off our cruises with a selfie ~ doesn't everyone?

Selfie & Cocktails on the ship

Usually, we are at sea on our first full day on the ship but this year was a little different. Our first full day was spent in Nassau in Bermuda, Susan and I hung out by the pool while the guys took a walk around the town. Lunchtime we made our way back to our staterooms because the quilters were expecting us at 2pm.

By 4:30 it was time for our meet & greet cocktail event put on by Michelle & Jacquelyn. 
Introduction time

If you've been on a cruise you know that there is assigned tables in the Main dining room ~ our table mates this year was Susan & Mike (small table) ~ so we decided to have guest tablemates throughout the cruise to get to know our new friends a little bit better.

Dinner time

Some fun towel animals.

Sexy towel animal

At sea

Tomorrow's post I'll share our trip to the batik factory and some fun facts about St. Kitts.

Until Next Time
Be Kind

Kelly Ann


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