Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Sunday, May 8, 2011 – At Sea - South of Bermuda – Sunny - 78F

A cloudy start to another day at sea…

Sea Day 5-8 (Small)

Again, today’s talk, “The Science of CSI”, is at 10 AM in the Safari Club.  Today’s audience was 175 and very interactive as well.  I spoke to many people after the talk.  Responding to a request, I added some Osama Bin Laden DNA information to the beginning of my talk.

We did a progressive lunch – soup and salad in the Windjammer and Fish and Onion Rings (and Tuna melt) in the Sea View Cafe.  The Windjammer Cafe featured Mother’s Day Cakes.

M Days two Cakes (Small) Mother's Day Cake (Small)

It was a bit windy on Deck 5 so we spent most of the afternoon in the Solarium.  I actually went back and read (in more detail) Patricia Cornwell’s “Jack the Ripper: Case Closed” on the Kindle.  Maybe I can pick up some additional insight I can use in my talk.

Dinner was in the Windjammer Cafe – I had a “make your own” pizza (mostly sauce and onions and little cheese).  It was OK – maybe a little less sauce the next time.  Another Caesar Salad completed the meal.  We had dessert on the deck.

Tonight is Formal Night so we are not going to the Captain’s Reception in the Safari Club.  We tried to listen to pianist, Anna Babak in the Schooner Bar but the noise from the line to the Reception drowned out the music. 

The headliner tonight is Mario D’Andrea (an Italian-Australian singer and electric guitarist).  I liked his singing (very good) better than his guitar segments but overall his show was great.

We are changing our clocks tonight (one of several forward moves) so we went to the room since it was late on the new time.

Seas are smooth…

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