|The beach at Grand Turks and Caicos.|
Today, as we spend our last full day aboard the Carnival Liberty, we’re unable to use our WiFi device while out to sea. With only minutes left on the Internet package we purchased on the ship, I’d contemplated not posting
today. Yesterday, we burned up 70 minutes trying to post the blog and the photos with the ship’s poor signal.
|The cruise line owned beach set-up with “pay for” cabanas.|
Tomorrow morning, we’ll arrive in Miami at 8:00 am. Once in port, we’ll be able to use our MiFi as we wait for our turn to disembark the Carnival Liberty. Our goal is to be among the last passengers to leave the ship. Most passengers will have already gone through customs and the lines resulting in shorter lines.
|Many passengers got off the ship to bake in the sun. We opted to stay behind and enjoy the quiet time on the ship.|
Once we’re situated on board, unpack, attend the required emergency procedures meeting at our designated Muster station, and sign up for their largest Internet package, we’ll post again.
|The dock at the beach set-up.|
Overall, the two Carnival cruises were fine, although not memorable. The two downsides were the issue with our vitamins and the need to move to a quieter cabin. The upsides, excellent service, extraordinary food at Diamonds Steakhouse, clean environment, no Norovirus and a smooth sailing ship.
|Various boats that passenger charter for a number of activities.|
Stop back tomorrow to read about our move to the Norwegian Epic, a bigger ship than we’ve experienced thus far, cruise #5 since January 3, 2013.