Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Sunday, December 19, 2010 – At Sea – Caribbean Sea – 78F – Partly Cloudy

A warm and relaxing day at sea. 

I am trying to finish “Book of the Dead” and tuning up my second presentation (“Cold Cases Solved”).  Some changes need to go into the talk since the Daily listed it as “The Science of CSI”.  To make everyone happy, I am putting together a hybrid of the two talks.  The trick is to keep the talk from running long.

At Sea 12-19 (Small)

Glorious Sunrise

Cuba Starboard Side (Small)

Cuba off the Starboard side

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My second talk is at 4 PM in the Cinema – a great venue that is difficult to find.  The talk is also scheduled opposite the matinee Holiday Show so seating shouldn’t be an issue.  About 30 - 35 people attended the talk which went well if not a bit long.  The mix of the two talks did not work that well and will be a one time only thing.  I did meet an attorney associated with the New York Innocence Project, Larry Golden.

Dinners on the ship have all been good – menus are identical to what we had recently on the Equinox.

After dinner, we take in Justin Wade in the Cova Cafe.  He is a really good guitarist-vocalist from Forth Worth.  We had a chance to chat with him after his set.

Showtime Tonight: “Liverpool Knights” – a loose musical story set in 1960’s Liverpool.  The songs are a big obscure but they are well performed by the cast of singers and dancers.

Showtime Liverpool Knights (Small)

After the show, we go to Michael’s Club to catch a jam session with Justin and Will, that turned out to be very entertaining.

Tomorrow – re-embarkation.

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