It was the last Sea Day on October 4, 2012. We slept in on the really soft comfortable beds. At least Mickey knows a good bed when he sees one!
Ivan and I had the breakfast buffet.
Then, we did the Midship Detective Agency Lost Paintings. It was alright, not as fun as The Muppets version. Plus, the ending never explained why the thief stole the paintings. It is cool that there are different outcomes though.
Ivan bought a Disney Cruise Line white t-shirt. You can turn in anything white like a paper picture frame, pillowcase or a shirt to Guest Services and get it signed by the characters. We had the option to choose Disney All-Stars, Pixar and Disney Princesses. We chose the All-Stars and Princesses, coz lets face it, none of the Pixar characters have a signature anyone is going to recognize!
Lunch was at Royal Court. Ivan had an Indian soup. I got a good Angus Chuck burger while Ivan got a cod open face sandwich.
Later, we went to see the Buckets and Boards show. It’s supposed to be comedy percussion but it’s not very funny. The show doesn’t have any structure and the drumming was average. It was like seeing a bad version of Stomp, but with only two people. I prefer the talented guys Recycled Percussion who perform in Las Vegas. They had been hyping up this show all week long, so we thought it was going to be quite impressive…but it wasn’t!
We went to a DJing class with the guest DJ on the ship DJ Livitup. The DJ was a nice guy named Robert from Miami. He showed us some basic scratching. Ivan kept asking him about the program and how to match up music. We were the only ones there, so that was cool.
Ivan and I played Goofy’s mini golf.
Ivan and I are really competitive. It was a really close game with me beating Ivan by one point.
The Believe show in the theatre was wonderful. It was about a scientist who doesn’t believe in magic. The Genie from Aladdin puts him on a journey to make him believe in magic. Ivan thought it had the Disney magic.
Dinner was at Royal Court again. Ivan and I each started off with a great mushroom soup.
We got the ahi tuna and lobster tail. The lobster tail was huge, but it was really dry probably since it was so thick. Ivan really liked the tuna so he got an extra plate of it..I mean why not – you can never say no to good tuna can you! Ivan and I shared a tasty banana crème brulee also.
We also tried the chocolate lava cake which tasted alright. It’d doesn’t compare to Carnival’s chocolate melting cake….Doesn’t even come close!