A nice breakfast up in the Oceanview Café. Not as rushed as my talk is later in the morning.
As I did on the last cruise I have my second talk scheduled in the morning before we get to Cabo. “Forensics and History: The Search for Jack the Ripper” is at 11:15 AM in the Theater. This was a very successful presentation with more attendees than yesterday and the feedback was very positive. I think this was the largest turnout since I had those full houses on Celebrity Equinox years ago on a crossing.
Another mini-slam up in the Oceanview Cafe as lecture attendees all went to lunch after the talk. We did eventually find a seat. Tuna, egg salad and assorted side salads made for a healthy and tasty lunch.
It was beautiful - if a bit cloudy - on Deck 5 Forward so that's where we spent the day - listening to the Tender numbers being called and taking in the beautiful views. There are two other ships at anchor here today - the HAL Koningsdam and the Discovery Princess.
We passed on Paulette Ivory this time around.
Instead we again found some comfortable seats on Deck 5 Forward Starboard Side (the non-smoking side) – there is just a gently breeze tonight and the air temp is comfortable – perfect for reading or accidentally dozing off. The clouds had departed affording good views of Los Arcos and the ever brilliant Cabo Sunset.
I also got a terrific panoramic shot of Cabo Bay.