Navigate using the waves above.
The Carnival Victory leaves Miami
On the Way to Mexico, a "Fun Day at Sea"
The Carnival Victory Docks in Jamaica
Conquering Dunn's River Falls
Heading Back to Florida
A Quick Tour of the Everglades
Pictures From My
April 28 - May 5, 2002
Sailing The Caribbean
Wednesday was another Carnival Fun Day at Sea. That meant spending all day
enjoying the sun
and hanging out with my fellow singles cruisers. Which brings me to
what you likely have been
waiting for... More pictures of people on my cruise
Here's a shot of another one of the exciting singles cocktail parties.
At least the drinks were free and rum-soaked.
One of the nicer women that I met was this lady, Dawn. She was a cool chick. In this picture
I look like I'm maybe her son or something. Most of the women on the cruise were older, and
since I'm in my mid-20's, by "older" I mean early 40's on up.
This gal Debbie was one of the singles tour directors. She was such a tease! She was always flirting
with all the guys on the cruise. You can tell she's done this posing act before. She was from
California, and was every bit what I thought a high-class Beverly Hills girl would be like!
How about that statue to the right?
There's not much I can say about this woman, Lynn from Alabama, that you probably can't
already tell from this picture. She was a real sweet southern belle. Most of the guys
agreed that she was probably 50 years old and maybe 50% original parts. Money well spent!
Finally, this is Veronika, my favorite female on the cruise. She tended bar in the sports
pub on the ship. I went to that bar as often as possible just to talk to her. She was from
the Czech Republic, and had a very sexy Eastern European accent.
She looked even zestier when she had her glasses on, but she insisted having them
off for this picture. Veronika was the main reason I was sad when the cruise came to an end.
Here's a real whipping. Every night at dinner the men and women of the wait staff always
did some kind
of stunt. Whether is was serenading everyone or dancing on the tables, it was
always entertaining, if not
really cheesy. This night we were all coerced into participating
in the requisite Macarena. AAAAHH-IIGHT!
The Ruins at Tulum
A Beautiful Day in Cayman
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