We’ve almost come full circle now — well… I guess technically the ship has sailed around the Caribbean in more of a pointed oval — and after just one more full day at sea, we’ll have returned back to Miami, FL. Time to take advantage of all the ship has to offer, including the Serenity adult only area — no kids running around and making noise, yay! — the live production shows, and of course my (balcony) cabin!
And let’s not forget the food…
I started the last day off at the Seaday Brunch, after sleeping in of course.
Hey Pork Chop. Flame roasted, double cut thick pork chop is topped with caramelized onion, served with green beans and carrots.
Rating: Good. Very super tasty, but not too heavy and not too much in terms of quantity. That may look like a buttload of onions, but I assure you their taste did not overpower the rest of the dish. And look, I’m eating my fair share of veggies too! Trying to be somewhat healthy, tee hee. (Who am I kidding? Look at that puddle of gorgonzola cream on the side… mwahahaha…)
At 3:00p on the dot, the activities calendar led me to Tea Time, which I wasn’t expecting on a Carnival ship (but would on a Princess or Holland America ship). I’m all about new and interesting things, so I stopped by.
Green tea — with milk! — with mini desserts. That powdered white thing above is a scone (fine). Chocolate macaroon (okay) to the right of that. Sweet-cornbready thing (fine) to the left. FYI, my “fine” ratings are based on the fact that the desserts were sweet but not overly so. Like! Sadly, no finger sandwiches were served. Too fancy, probably. About 30ish people attended the afternoon tea, and we were all seated/spread over a few large tables.
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