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LIVEish, 5 Days on Majesty (09/03/2018 or 03/09/2018 better yet September 3, 2018)


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Time for the daily food post...

Pizza of the Day: American Combo, yes that is what it was called.


Next up: Windjammer Recon, theme "Mexican Night"

Birds Eye view


Wait, wrong photo...


Here we go...


Action Station (Churros), plus Carvery (Chicken)


Bonus Seafood Station (Mussels, Scallops, and Shrimp)


Hot Lines




Finally Dessert


Adding the the dessert subject, each night two different flavors of hand scooped ice cream have been offered.

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At Captain's corner right now.

Question about the storm and departure: Was planned to leave right when the storm was off the coast. They figured by the time they exited the bay the storm would be 60 miles to the northwest. Then the goal was to say in the southeast corner of the storm. Around 7am the jog to the west was made toward Mexico.

Fleet policy is now to have extra food provisioned when sailing during hurricane season. 

Will also add it seemed to be one of the longer ones, right at a hour.

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Time for one last picture heavy food post for this cruise.

Today during lunch in the forward section of Windjammer they had a "Live Station" (what I've been calling an Action Station) that was Mongolian Grill. The main area had the "Thank You"cake and a cream puff tower (sorry no pictures).

Pizza of the day was "Carnivore"



Menu in the Main Dining Room offered lobster tail. (This was also the first time the entire cruise I had any meal there)

Windjammer Recon for Dinner, theme (unsure, already packed away the Compass)

Really like the two level setup in Windjammer. Makes it feel so much larger and brighter during the day.


Not mentioned before, think every night they have had a cold soup here.




Carvery (Jerk Chicken and Pork) and Live Station (Crepes)


Finally finish it up with dessert, where the Red Velvet cupcakes still roam free.


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Heading back memory lane with the stop in Cozumel. Due to wanting to keep things a surprise I didn't want to post this sooner.

Having nothing else better to do I wound up walking to MEGA as a spur of the moment thing. Figuring after the visit I'd finish the walk to COZ Coffee.


MEGA was interesting, best to think of it as a Mexican Wal-Mart. One thing to keep in mind if visiting is they have a no bag policy. If you do happen to have a bag it can be checked at the counter.  I'd had seen a video some time back where someone was touring MEGA and they had been requested to stop filming. As such I kept my best to take a few photos on the down low. 




Credit cards are accepted, charged in pesos. Give an idea, 6 pack of Coca Cola Sin Azúcar was $48 MXN, small bottle (not sure of size, maybe 600ml) was $10 MXN. One liter bottle of water $9.30 MXN. My total bill wound up at $209.84 MXN, charged $10.93 USD.


Next up was a stop at Chocolateria Isla Bella, just down the street from COZ Coffee.






As a birthday present for someone I wound up picking up a box of chocolates.


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