Cruising the Mediterranean Sea

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October 16th 2007
Published: October 29th 2018
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We left Gibraltar and cruised the Alboran Sea (part of the Mediterranean), passing the Balearic Islands and the southern end of Sardinia before entering the Sea of Sicily and on to the Island of Malta. This journey took two days. We docked in Malta on the 18th October.

We spent the days eating (a lot) and drinking (a lot), going to lectures and meeting and making new friends. M went to her first craft and art group meetings and introduced herself to the Bridge and IT instructors. Dinner conversation was lively and fun. We are all getting to know each other on our table - and the crew.

We are on deck 5 which is the same deck as reception so we always have some banter with whoever is on duty as we go by. They really are a great group of people. Julie Thompson is the Cruise Director then there is Amanda Prince and Sanya Taffic among many others. Sorry guys if you have not been mentioned - it is still early days.


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