Disney Cruise 2018

We took a week long cruise to the Western Caribbean on the Disney Fantasy. The weather was beautiful when we left port but we hit some big seas when traveling. Mom was a little green a few days but survived. I had lots of mac and cheese. Grandma Susie and her friend Nina, from Boston, joined us. It made mealtime fun to have extra people. We didn’t see them much on the cruise but found them daily to check in and say hello! I loved going to the shows each night. Some of the comedians and magicians were amazing and some not. One guy tried to see how many times he could climb through a toilet seat, memorable but really honesty not funny. I loved my freedom this cruise. I got to go to the tween club this time and if B was hanging with his new friend I just went and wandered the ship by myself. This was HUGE! I made sure I was at every animation cell class. These were my favorite. We got dressed nice for dinners. I loved all the halloween decorations on the ship. One night B was grumpy and wanted to go hang with friends so I rode the aquaduck 10 times in a row! It was empty! Probably because it was chilly out! The ports were all fun, except Grand Cayman, it rained and we didn’t get to go snorkeling. I became a shuffleboard pro! If you didn’t finish your dessert there was no worry. I would do it for you! Grandma Susie and NinaB being nice for a change. Just kidding he is always nice, we just love to torture each other. Silly fun! I also lived on Mickey waffles. More halloween decorations. In Jamaica I found cool plant parts. I never did figure out what it was from but I really liked it. I bought a wooden scorpion! I even talked to the vendor myself! Pirate Night Mom and Dad went to Remy for dinner and we went with Grandma Susie and Nina. Nina made us these cool bandanas. Halloween night! Well, not the real Halloween, but the ships Halloween. We dressed in our Steampunk costumes since they were easy to pack. The last day at Castaway Cay! The water was warm and the snorkeling was superb. Our tradition of watching the towels come back on the ship! That’s a LOT of towels!

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