Today we were up early to get to our snorkeling tour. This took us, and about 80 other guests, up to the Pacific Whale Foundation where we loaded up on the tour boat and headed out to Holokini Crater, a beautiful volcanic bay surrounded by coral and varies fishes. We spent over an hour here, exploring and hanging out with the little fishes. They served us lunch and taught us all about the fish and the surrounding islands. Unfortunately, this was supposed to take us to snorkel with the turtles, but the coast was way too rough for us to go out. We stopped for about 20 minutes to do a bit of shopping, and headed back to the ship.
Back on the boat, first things first, a milkshake. Then up to the cabin to relax before the feature show, “Lights, Camera, Music.” This was a great production, compling all the best moments in musicals from the beginning to Moulin Rouge. They even had a great Cabaret segment.
We had reservations for Moderno, the Brazilian Steakhouse on the ship. This was a great, huge meal to end our day off right. Of course, we ate more than we had expected so we took a short walk around the ship to work some of that off. Nathan convince me he want to go in the hot tub, so we changed and hopped in, overstaying our welcome, as they closed down the pool and other tubs, and eventually kicking us out.