Day 3 was spent navigating from Barcelona to Tunis. There are certainly a lot of things to do on the ship, between working out at the gym, swimming and tanning by the pool… With 4000 people on board though, the best place to really rest is in the cabin, at the balcony, watching the sea…
We are not your typical resort/ cruise enthusiast, too many people is just not relaxing. But lunch (as long as you avoid the buffet!) and dinner were always good with great service, and we would take advantage of as many hours as possible at each port-of-call. Too bad we were welcomed in Tunis with the taxi drivers mob… We just wanted to have fun and visit… (to be continued)
Le deuxième jour, c’est un jour sans. Sans escale. Bref, on flotte.
Le matin, pour me rafraîchir, je vais faire une petite virée sur le pont du navire à 05.00.
Si tu te sens seul… c’est qu’il n’y a personne.
Le soleil se lève sur la barrière du pont.
Nous on est au onzième.
Putu, pour vous servir. Ce gars est cool.
On a faim du manger !