Monday, September 27, 2021

Around The World With Pat and Mac

The ultimate bucket list item for any cruise-lover is a world cruise. We are excited to bring you the adventures of Pat and Mac and their 137 night Regent World Cruise. Follow along on their adventure as they sail away on the Regent Seven Seas Navigator.

Day 60 Many of you will be sad to learn there were no lectures today. This morning was dedicated to getting the Pool Deck ready for carnival-type games and the traditional Crossing the Equator Party, beginning 10:45 am. A brief...
Day 117 We woke up a little late because of the lack of morning sunshine in the gray rainy weather. Because it is a sea day, Pat had prepared herself for the special waffle and fresh fruit topped with the...
Day 138 We woke up at 6:30 to a wake-up call and to a room service breakfast at the same time, so we could quickly get ready to leave the Navigator by 7:45. Our flight was at 11:40 from LAX, about 45 minutes away. We...
Day 100 Another sea day arrives with a little bounce in the morning and cloudy skies. The upper decks are closed for our safety. By tonight, the waves are smaller, 15 feet, and the wind only 20mph. This morning’s breakfast had...
Day 132 Much of Acapulco was developed for tourism in the 1950’s, with post war prosperity and a deliberate effort to make the city an attractive destination for foreigners. Many Hollywood stars vacationed or bought homes here and the city’s...
Day 76 This was another leisurely morning at sea. There was no excursion to rush us. Tomorrow is another story with a 7:30 am departure time. Today was special in another way. It is Palm Sunday and we made our way to...
Day 120 Had our usual morning routine on a sea day, but at 10am, we skipped Terry’s lecture, which was going to be about Cricket in the Caribbean. We had seen the cricket introduction and simulated playing back somewhere in...
Day 61 We were still travelling on the sea this morning. The lazy start this morning had me running, with a coffee and muffin, to Terry’s lecture, which was on one of my favorite person’s that I read about as...
Day 90 Today we woke up at 5:30 to leave by 6:30 to get to the Cape of Good Hope. Our eight-hour excursion hugged the coastal road south past Bantry Bay, Clifton (the most expensive neighborhood), Camps Bay, and Haut...
Day 39 Our new lecturer, Terry Bishop, spoke today on “The Complete History of Australia in 45 Minutes” (a joke, I’m sure), a quick synopsis of noteworthy events and their dates in history. In 1788, Captain Philips landed at Botany...

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