Monday, October 27, 2008

Day 38 At Sea






















Fabulous day today! The winds picked up quite a bit but if you moved around and avoided the brundt of the wind it was just great. I moved around quite a bit. I started on deck 8 aft by the pool then moved to deck 9 aft then finally to deck 10, the oasis. I had a sun filled day which is just the way I like it. We have one more day at sea until we reach Perth/Fremantle Australia. Last night we had the Black & Red Oriental Ball. I stopped in for a short while and here are some photos of some of the staff attending. First of all there is the Captain, Apollonia and I, a shot of Lori and Jacky from the cruise staff, the Cellar Master Jacque and finally one of me and April from the Casino (especially for Allan). Tonight I am invited to a cocktail party with the Captain and his staff where there will be a diet coke with my name on it……

6 comments:

Michelle said...

Jeff: would you give our regards to Jacky? She will remember us from the redication of vows in Dutch. Your foto of BALI were your absolute best yet. Many thanks again for letting us enjoy your trip thru the blog. We are looking into world cruise 2010.
Rudy and Michelle

whitey said...

Great shots Jeff and looking at those deck shots has certainly made me anxious for the Grand in January. You know I may be out on deck a bit...
Not sure if is is the camera but is Apollonia darker??????

allan said...

okay I owe you. A picture of April thanks. Tell everyone we miss them and will see them all soon. Allan and Sandra

Sweets said...

I like everyone else love the Bali photos. As for the dining room photos, if you get much more "bronze" we won't be able to see your face, just a headless white shirt! Is there a color for that Holly?

Jo Ann said...

Jeff: love your photos! Do you mind if our sales reps use them in their presentations? Glad to see you are putting the teen's Oasis to good use :)
Jo Ann, Mgr Mariner Society

Jeff Farschman said...

Jo Ann,
I don't mind if sales reps use my photos. Just be aware that the photos on the blog have been dramatically reduced in size from the original photos.