Nick at the Paradise Bay breakfast area. The food was ok, but I had switched to only fruit by the time we were there so it didn’t bother me as much. I tried the eggs a couple of times but like I said it was ok. We had a refrigerator so we ate in the room mostly anyway. We did use the facility grill to make steak and tuna one night. That was amazing.
I took the boys up to the breakfast area a couple of times. This particular time we were sitting and relaxing before heading out on a morning walk. That I she beauty of vacation. You don’t have to cram a day and a 1/2 into a day. You can walk in the morning and relax instead of heading off to work.
I think you end up recharging your batteries for work. I know part of me was glad to be back at work. The rest of me wanted to stay in Hawaii for a few more years.
Luke. The two of them are evolving into arms with cellular phones attached. Actually I am kidding. They put their phones down often, although on the cruise they did kind of stay in their stateroom a lot.
Like I said previously the breakfast food was OK. They had fresh fruit so I was in heaven. But the boys missed the occasional sausage with their eggs. The resort catered to their vegan guests with a vegan breakfast protein as well as a traditional protein. But the traditional protein tended to be more turkey bacon than regular bacon. The boys were looking for the ship’s breakfast buffet where there were two and three different kinds of protein every single breakfast. I did that heavy breakfast as well the first day but never again.
yes, I do often take the same picture some 30 seconds after the first one. Partly because I can, and partly because it annoys Nick and Luke tremendously.
Someday I hope, they will look back on the legacy of pictures their Great-Grandfather, Grandfather and father left them. A legacy of images that they can sift through and remember the good and the bad.
I suspect that they will enjoy them. But not for a few years. When I was little my sister and I used to race for my Grandfathers photo’s. I wish those were digitized now. I miss seeing those pictures of my family when they were younger. We have a few of those pictures but much less than 5%. I miss thumbing through those pictures of the 1920’s.