This time, I share with you some past memories from previous cruises. So far, we made four cruises to the Caribbean. We have visited many of the islands in the Western, Eastern and Southern Caribbean. We loved the Caribbean because its setting is close to our homeland - tropical, humid and charming.
COCLEAR AMERICA CELEBRATION Last year on February 2006, my husband and I attended the first Cochlear America Celebration and Reunion in Walt Disney Resort (Orlando, Florida). The celebration was for people who have cochlear implants, spouses and supporters. To justify the big expense for such a short event, we decided to embark on a fantasy cruise on Disney Wonder to the Bahamas, prior to the Cochlear celebration.
DISNEY WONDER The 4-night Disney cruise was short, but the most magical and fantastic cruise we had ever experienced. This cruise sounded like a fairy tale because it happened in a floating castle known as "Disney Wonder." With Walt Disney, the creator of Disneyland, as our imaginary traveling companion, it's guaranteed to be a fascinating and interesting cruise.
CHILDHOOD DREAM Its time to recapture my childhood dream on board the Disney Wonder. This cruise ship is very artistic, impressive and innovative. Disney's creative talents and dozens of world's best ship designers task, were to design a cruise ship that makes every adult feel the vacation was intended for them, while at the same time giving every child the same impression. The result may surprise people: whether they please everyone, particularly adults without children, remains to be seen. Look, how happy I was.
This was my photo taken in front of Disney Wonder. Keep smiling!
We posed with the Donalds. Not the famous Donald Trump but the friendly "Mr. and Mrs. Donald Duck." By the way, we fired Donald Trump.
CHEERS! We were toasting our peach flavored bellini. The Palo is lovely with semi-circular room that had a sophisticated ambience with soft lightning, Venetian glass, inlaid wood and backlit bar. It's the best on board.
At Palo, the food and presentation were excellent. No kidding! Here's a photo of my main dish. What a special way to garnish the platter of fillet mignon with asparagus spears and carrots, mini-squash and roasted garlics. What a special dinner! How tasty!
Here's my husband's dinner. A platter of leg of lamb whet his appetite. It was beautifully presented with twigs of rosemary asparagus, carrots, and crunchy chips. Yummy!
Diners were given the impression they have entered a black-and-white sketchbook. Over the course of the meal, the sketches on the walls were transformed through fiber optics into full-color extravaganza. Waiters changed their costumes from black and white to color.
Many times, I and my husband ordered different menu, but not that night. We had the same New York Steak for dinner. Who could resist this beautiful and delicious food? Wow!