On our first Sea Day I woke up earlier than I planned, so went up a deck to the buffet to get a couple of pastries and bring them back to the cabin. In the passageway I saw the cleaning cart, so knew Jason was up and working hard already. When I came back to the cabin he greeted me and saw my full hands and instantly opened my cabin door for me. That’s the mark of an attentive helpful, commensurate host, kind of service that helps set him apart than many other cabin stewards.
I used the new online (no cost to use because it is on the server aboard the ship and only requires a network connection, not an internet connection, but for all practical purposes is online to the user because it’s viewed via brower) Princess Patter to see what activities were available today. It’s easier to see the daily spend on the ship for your whole account, not just the one cabin.
The day went well with my family enjoying various activities around the ship. We managed to pick up some stuff in the shops while there were extra discounts for being on the first full day along with the Elite member discount. Later in the day we enjoyed dinner in Crown Grille walking away stuffed with steak and fixings.
Our next morning started early with the sun. The ship set clocks back one hour, for what reason I am unsure. Of course we will spring ahead once again before reaching Houston. Breakfast on the balcony was quite nice. When I left the cabin to go grab food from the buffet a deck up, there was Jason to greet me and when I returned he made sure my door was open for me. As I was looking over the sea I saw a small fishing boat heading offshore from Mexico for a day of fishing. We sail by Cozumel today, right about at the international waters line offshore.
I reviewed the Princess Patter (see the collection of the Patter’s from this week) and found many options for our family today. We enjoyed ourselves on the ship today, as there were no times we could get off the ship. Although the seas were calm, as of yet no water skiing excursions are offered while at sea.