Friday, July 31, 2009

Cruisin' it

Loving the drills

Hmmmm, maybe loving it a bit too much. We were just all so giddy to be on the boat!

Took this the first night we were there. Super nice outside and it was pretty awesome.

The view from our lounge chairs in Cococay Bay, Bahamas. It's a little private island with 55 residents that's owned by Royal Caribbean.

A ray we saw swimming along the edge of the shore. I tried to get closer, but it was too fast.

There's the entire island. Not very big. While there we did a sea kayak trip and saw starfish over a foot in diameter, lots of fish, conks and sea mucus. Yep, mucus. It was pretty gross. Looks and feels like snot, but lives in the ocean. Funky.

Hitting the town on our first formal night. I can say 'town' since that's basically what we were. 4500 people living close together with shops and entertainment all around us.

She's a hottie. :)

One of the many towel animals that greeted us as we returned to our room at night.

St. Thomas as we pulled into port. It was a great place with super nice people. We went on a catamaran ride and snorkeled in a bay. We got to see a lot of new things like a barracuda, rays and squid that changed color and swam in formation! We also saw a little sea turtle and tons of colorful fish.

It was a big boat.

Just a little side street full of shops.

The ray.

The mouse?

They celebrated my birthday while on the cruise. Yep, the whole ship. lol! Just kidding. They brought out a beautiful dessert that was tempting that I didn't even take a pic before diving in. Oops.

WOWSERS! No wonder out kids are so dang good looking.

We were in a happy place. :)

Inside the boat at night.

The second formal night.

The monkey.

The monkeys. They will probably kill me for putting this on here. Ha!

They wanted me to take a pic in my black tux with blackjack in my hands. My name is Price......Seth Price.

Mark couldn't resist my bootyliciousness.

Baby got back!!!!!

This is in the hot tub that stuck out over the edge of the boat. We are literally sitting about 100 feet above the water.

The last night with our waiters, Faruk and funny guy.

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