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*Photo Blog* Ben the Bendy Man's Jewel/Mardi Gras Adventure, Feb 22, 2014

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Happy Weekend... Flexible Figurine Friends!

 

Ben returned a few weeks ago from a fabulous land & sea vacation in New Orleans and his typist is just now getting around to posting pictures. Our pint-sized polymer partier spent a wonderful 7 days aboard the beautiful Norwegian Jewel sailing to Cozumel, Belize, Roatan, & Costa Maya and then returned to New Orleans to celebrate Mardi Gras during the peak of festivities - Mardi Gras weekend, Lundi Gras, and Mardi Gras Day (Fat Tuesday). Our exuberant elastic explorer met some wonderful new friends (both passengers and crew) and had a vacation of a lifetime! The Jewel, her crew, and her itinerary are amazing and New Orleans during Mardi Gras was an incredible fun experience...

 

Saturday Morning, February 22, 2014

 

Our pint-sized polymer pip had his butler up all night busy packing, printing itineraries, and doing last minute planning while he played in his stockpile of Mardi Gras supplies. Ben had purchased hundreds of beads, throws, and masks for a Meet & Greet, Mardi Gras Parade/Cabin Crawl, and other activities he was going to host aboard the Norwegian Jewel.

 

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Packing 300 Mardi Gras beads, 100 doubloons, and 50 masks - Ben's ready for Les Bons Temp Rouler aboard the Norwegian Jewel!

 

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Ben decides to tos out his butler's clothes to make room for the important stuffs - "Wow... That's A LOT of beads."... "So who else wants to come?"... "Me!"... "Me!"... "Me!"... "Me!"... "Me!"

 

After a short taxi ride to La Guardia Airport, Ben caught a direct morning flight to New Orleans. One rude airport personnel in the Delta Terminal was particularly unhelpful to anyone she encountered while everyone stood in line for security, and the terminal itself seemed rather dated. However, Delta had the least expensive direct flight. The flight itself was comfortable although the cabin interior also felt worn and dated.

 

He arrived in New Orleans, Louis Armstrong International Airport three hours later and hitched a ride on his porter's backpack while they stumbled around dazed and confused looking around for the correct baggage carousels. Not all carousels had working information displays and the carousels for Delta happened to be located in an area separate from other airlines.

 

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LaGuardia Airport - Delta Terminal D - Ready to embard

 

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Blue skies somewhere over the U.S.A.

 

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Approaching Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport

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Saturday, February 22, 2014

New Orleans - Super Krewe Orpheus Open House

 

Ben's porter paced the entire length of the baggage claim area (or so he thought) several times not knowing which carousel was which until he finally found the separate area for Delta. He let out a sigh of relieve to see his bag was still there among one of the last few bags left. They exited the terminal looking for transportation into town and quickly ducked back inside after balking at the cost of the $33 one way taxi fare. So our frugal figurine went to the Airport Shuttle kiosk and bought a round trip ticket for $38. The shuttle operator was great and gave us hints and tips about New Orleans as he drove us into town, having to make several detours and coordinating with the owner/dispatcher to negotiate around blocked streets and parade routes.

 

Ben's butler checked-into the hotel and rushed to his room to dropped off his luggage and headed quickly back out. BIG THANKS to Cruise Critic member BigEasyCC who posted about Super Krewe Orpheus's Open House and Ben made a made dash to the Convention Center with only hour to spare. It was enough time for our wide eyed explorer to have a wonderful time viewing the floats up close and enjoying the music, so much so, that he didn't notice his assistant partaking in one too many free beverages being served by the different float crews.

 

Here are links to some videos of the music and festivities too - Video 1, Video 2, Video 3

 

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New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Super Krewe Orpheus Open House

 

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Float krewe serving raspberry ice and vodka.

 

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Float krewe serving tequila sunrise and clouds of wonder

 

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Clouds of wonder - A soft sugary sweet ?praline?

 

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A pretty, innocent (mischievous?) smile tricks Ben's butler into trying a tasty treat... Little did he know it was a Mardi Gras jello shot until too late!

 

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Mardi Gras Jello shots in the traditional colors of Purple Green Gold and shaped into a Fleur de Lis.

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Saturday evening, February 22, 2014

Krewe Sparta and Pygmalion Parades

 

Ben nervously left the convention center on the shoulders of his buzzed butler. A few blocks away, they ran into more floats staging for an afternoon parade, and then stumbled into another parade in progress. Later that evening our elated elastic adventure attended the Krewe Sparta and Pygmalion parades, having a blast waving and jumping up and down for beads and throws.

 

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Staging area?

 

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Catching the end of another parade

 

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Krewe Sparta and Pygmalion parades

 

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"Doubloooons! Doubloooons!"

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Sunday morning, February 23, 2014

Musical Legends Park, Cafe Beignet

 

Ben woke up the next morning and excitedly took stock of his stash of beads and doubloons from the night before. Eventually he had to kick his sleepy butler out of bed and get him to start packing. Their one night's stay at the Four Points Sheraton - French Quarter, right on Bourbon Street was filled with the hoots, hollaring, and cheers from partiers late into the night, and a few late night stumbling guests returning to their rooms.

 

Despite the disturbed sleep, Ben slept well in the comfortable spacious room and managed to persuade his helper to go out in search of the city's famed beignets for breakfast. Our height-challenged hero hesitantly headed outside, scrunching his nose at first, afraid his ole factory senses would be assaulted by the malodorous air of spilt drinks and discharges from night's partiers (Hint: Bourbon Street during Mardi Gras doesn't smell like bourbon). Thankfully the street's merchants were veterans of the city's annual alcohol induced pilgrimage and had already finished sweeping up the sea of discarded plastic cups, beads, and other litter and were already well into hosing the streets off with much needed detergent and water. He weaved his way carefully through the grey brackish puddles dotting the sidewalks, smartphone with Google Maps in hand, and went off in search of a recommended cafe. However, they got detoured by the sound of smooth jazz coming from Musical Legends Park.

 

Cafe Beignet was conveniently located inside the park and the beignets were made fresh to order... You just have to get the order past the surly clerk who looked as if she had served one too many hungover Mardi Gras patrons. The cafe americana was mediocre but the beignets came out piping hot with a yummy dusting of powdered sugar. It was good but very filling and he only managed to eat one.

 

Here's another Video

 

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Ben's one night stash of Mardi Gras beads and doubloons.

 

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The morning after... Bourbon Street already swept and hosed clean.

 

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Lured by the sounds of smooth jazz coming from Musical Legends Park

 

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Nice live jazz, hot fresh beignets, and mediocre coffee.

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Sunday morning, February 23, 2014

Four Points by Sheraton - French Quarter

 

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More Bendy-ness!! Can't wait to see the rest! BTW, Kyle,with all those goodies you bring along, how on earth do you have room in your luggage for your clothes? :D

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Come back Ben! ;)

LOL. Come back where? :p

Looking forward to more...also hoping you got to Café Du Monde for their beignets...yum...

No I didn't :( The lines were very long even and there was so much to do in NOLA. I grew up on Cafe Du Monde coffee :)

Very cool review

Yay! Thanks!

Lovin' it' date=' Ben !! Thank you.[/quote']

Thanks for coming along on the adventure!

More Bendy-ness!! Can't wait to see the rest! BTW, Kyle,with all those goodies you bring along, how on earth do you have room in your luggage for your clothes?

I ended up moving all the beads into my check in luggage and shifted the clothes into the cardboard box. LOL. The stuffed animal throws were very soft easily squished :D.

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Living the good life Ben! I enjoy reading about your adventures. Did the rude Delta agent not realize just whom she was dealing with? I think that if she'd fully known it was Ben Bendyman she might have given you VIP status! ;)

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Living the good life Ben! I enjoy reading about your adventures. Did the rude Delta agent not realize just whom she was dealing with? I think that if she'd fully known it was Ben Bendyman she might have given you VIP status! ;)

Xeeeeeeeeeeenaaaaaaaaa!!! When are we cruising again together! LOL Dunno about VIP... I haven't yet figured out if NCL thinks Ben's famous or infamous :p I think the TSA opened my check in bag and inspected my 30 pounds of beads and dozens of Bendy's because my luggage lock was opened. :D:eek:

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Xeeeeeeeeeeenaaaaaaaaa!!! When are we cruising again together! LOL Dunno about VIP... I haven't yet figured out if NCL thinks Ben's famous or infamous :p I think the TSA opened my check in bag and inspected my 30 pounds of beads and dozens of Bendy's because my luggage lock was opened. :D:eek:

 

Hi Kylenyc! :D Soon I hope. I'm reading of all of these escapades of yours thinking "wouldn't that be fun"!. I'll drop you a line on FB. :)

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Sunday morning, February 23, 2014

Norwegian Jewel Embarkation

 

It began as a drizzling, overcast day that threatened to put a damper on the sailaway but not Ben's exuberance. After a short taxi ride to the cruise terminal and once inside, Ben pouted when he was directed the "priority" line for Latitudes members (repeat passengers) which was even longer than the regular line. He learned long ago that the terminal personnel often didn't work for NCL and it beyond their control. However, the security line moved along smoothly and once past security screening he found a NCL staff member who quickly directed him to a proper much shorter Platinum/Gold priority check-in line for repeat repeat addicted elated passengers (and their imaginary liege) where he was checked in quickly.

 

The check-in crew member was friendly and efficient and soon Ben was skipping up the gangway. Once on deck... Yay! Balloons! Our party-happy pint-sized puppet was happy to see that the Jewel had a festive reception - Adorned with a balloon arch and friendly crew members. First things first however... Our impetuous elated imp immediately directed his manservant to drop off his human belongs and party supplies so they could head to lunch. He was happy to learn his cabin was already ready and when he arrived, he leaped up and down on the bed - Norwegian had recognized our Ben as VIP (Very Impish Pixie) and invited him to lunch at Cagney's. This cruise would mark Ben's 100 days at sea with Norwegian Cruise Line.

 

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Walking up the gangway

 

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Yaaaay finally on deck!

 

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Modest, comfortable oceanview cabin

 

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Complimentary bottle of champagne for Platinum level guests.

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Kyle, Did any staff member stand out to you? Mandy

Yup... Pictures forthcoming. I think Jewel has among the very best crew and I heard they are in race with Getaway for top rated ship based on passenger feedback. On the Jewel, I knew no one aboard yet met many who stood out. Jewel's now one of my favorites!

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I have not been on The Jewel in a long time. A friend of mine was on The Jewel as Restaurant Manger or your cruise. I have another friend who is a casino dealer.

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Sunday, February 23, 2014

Lunch in Cagney's, Sailaway Party

 

Ben sat to a tasty lunch in Cagney's where he met the lovely waiter Danijela who's friendly smile made our compact canary cruiser's own smile even brighter. Danijela and another friendly waiter ?Rowandal? (not pictured) were so warm, friendly, and among the very best.

 

Afterwards we attended a relatively painless Mandatory Safety Drill, then headed to the Sailaway Party which was moved indoors due to the threatening rain. It was fun and the view was beautiful looking out the floor to ceiling windows of Spinnaker Lounge, however people began to trickl outside onto deck when they saw the sun was brightening and might peek out of the clouds.

 

The rest of the day was spent relaxing at the Sky High Bar & Grill over looking the pool deck and planning his port days. For dinner, Ben couldn't resist another quintessential first day cruise experience... "Lobstah Night" in the main dining room.

 

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The lovely Danjiela (Waiter, Cagney's)

 

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Lunch in Cagney's - Asparagus salad

 

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Lunch in Cagneys - Burger and fries minus the bun. Tried to behave on carbs but forgot to ask for something else besides yummy fries.

 

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Sailaway Party - Spinnaker Lounge

 

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Mist slowly dissipating over the Mississippi River

 

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Yummy surprises from the Captain!

 

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Come on hurry up.... we want to know how Ben spent the week.....

Ben ... slaps his typist up side the head... "Hurry up!" :eek:

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Monday, February 24, 2014 At Sea

Meet & Greet, Mardi Gras Cabin Crawl

 

Ben had a blast on embarkation day and the next day was even better. He got to meet some of the wonderful ship's senior staff who were were very warm, friendly, and lots of fun to be with. Special thanks to Ignacio (Hotel Director), Messiah (Food & Beverage Director), Iris (Group Services Coordinator), Virginia (Concierge) and everyone who helped make Ben's different activities fun for him and his wonderful Cruise Critic friends old and new.

 

The senior staff and our own bendable buddy hosted a Meet & Greet for Cruise Critic members. We had a wonderful time. Ben handed out bunches of Mardi Gras masks, beads, and throws to Cruise Critic members while playing some New Orleans jazz. We then paraded down to the atrium playing Mardi Gras parade music while handing out beads to smiling passengers, and then from cabin to cabin on our cabin crawl. Much thanks to Cyndi (cyndi at home), John/Jovi/Lynda (jlstilp), and Duane (socoman) for showing their cabins and saving the cabin crawl from the some no shows.

 

Ben's wonderful Cabin Steward, Kay Thi, was amused by our protagonists antics while preparing for the Meet & Greet. She was always friendly and helpful throughout the voyage, making sure his ice bucket was stocked and cabin cleaned early for the crawl. She watched as Ben's poor manservant ran back and forth passing her in the hallway a dozen times in one trip forgetting one supply or the next for the party.

 

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Kay Thi (Cabin Steward)

 

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Cruise Critic Meet & Greet

 

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Mardi Gras Cabin Crawl

 

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Iris (right) (Group Services Coordinator) and the hard working managers at Group Services

 

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Virginia (Concierge)

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Monday, February 24, 2014 At Sea

Latitudes Cocktail Party

 

Later that afternoon, we attended the Latitudes Cocktail Party for repeat guests. While Captain Sverre was introducing his senior staff he noticed Ben perched on Ignacio's (Hotel Director) shoulder and asked "Is that your Mini Me?" And so Ben got deputized to Assistant Hotel Director of the Norwegian Jewel :p

 

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Ignacio (Hotel Director) with his new assistant

 

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Latitudes Cocktail Party

 

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Captain Sverre does a double-take "Ignacio, is that your 'Mini Me'?"

 

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Tarts and chocolates surprise Ben in his cabin. Yum!

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Monday, February 24, 2014

At Sea - Latitudes Cocktail Party

 

In the evening, our ecstatic elastible was invited to attend the Captain's Cocktail Party. Ignacio suggested Ben would look much more distinguished with a mustache, and demoted Ben with a chuckle so could become Messiah's Assistant Food & Beverage Director instead. :D

 

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Captain's Cocktail Party - Messiah (Food & Beverage Director) with his new assistant

 

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Doesn't Ben look distinguished?

 

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Surf and turf from Day 1. Trying to be good so didn't order an extra lobster tail ::grins::

 

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Code filets - Delicious!!

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Thank you for your wonderful pictures. I had not realize that Captain Sverre Sovssnes (Captain Samshing) was on The Jewel.

 

Mandy

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Hi Kyle! Looks like you had a great time in N.O. I love Cafe Beignet!

 

Cliff and Juliana

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Happy Weekend... Flexible Figurine Friends!

 

 

 

 

 

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"So who else wants to come?"... "Me!"... "Me!"... "Me!"... "Me!"... "Me!"

 

 

 

Looks like Ben turned this into a family vacation:D

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Thank you for your wonderful pictures. I had not realize that Captain Sverre Sovssnes (Captain Samshing) was on The Jewel. Mandy

Thank you, Mandy! See you 574 days

 

Hi Kyle! Looks like you had a great time in N.O. I love Cafe Beignet! Cliff and Juliana

Hi Cliff, Juliana! Thanks, it was fantastic!

 

looks like ben turned this into a family vacation:d

LOL :D :D :D Had to bring them along or there would've been a riot!

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Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Arriving in Cozumel

 

We arrived on a beautiful day in Cozumel. Disembarkation was quick and easy and we made our way down the pier and through the strategically placed mall over to the taxi stand. Taxi fares were clearly publish with fixed rates to all the area hotels and resorts. We hopped a cab over to the beautiful Nachi Cocom Beach Resort. A day at this all inclusive was $55 dollars and includes a delicious 4 course lunch, unlimited drinks, beach loungers with palm umbrellas, jacuzzi, pool with swim up bar, and more. It was a gorgeous relaxing day that was way too short!

 

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Arriving in Cozumel

 

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Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Nachi Cocom Beach Resort All Inclusive

 

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Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Nachi Cocom Beach Resort All Inclusive (continued)

 

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Jacuzzi and pool with swim up bar

 

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Tortilla chips and salsa

 

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Seafood chowder

 

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Shrimp a la Cognac

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We love Messiah and he deserves a wonderful assistant like Ben.

 

Thanks for todays installments of Ben's adventures.

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Thank YOU so much for all the time and effort you put into your trip reviews! It's the highlight of my night when I can kick back and read about you and Ben on your awesome vacations :)

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We love Messiah and he deserves a wonderful assistant like Ben. Thanks for todays installments of Ben's adventures.

Messiah is really nice and so much fun. One of my favorites. Thanks for tagging along with Ben!

 

Thank YOU so much for all the time and effort you put into your trip reviews! It's the highlight of my night when I can kick back and read about you and Ben on your awesome vacations :)

Thank you for the comments. They make Ben smile even brighter :) :).

 

Ben that food looks delicious. Such a big meal for such a little Bendy Guy. :D

Ben does occasionally let his butler have some table scraps :p

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Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Chin Chin Restaurant

 

Ben left Nachi Cocom with a happy frown, sad to leave, but happy to have had such a wonderful relaxing time at a beautiful beach with good food and drink.

 

We had dinner reservations at Chin Chin. The atmosphere and service were wonderful. However only half of the dishes were up to par. Ben's a little spoiled living in a city with excellent inexpensive asian food. The crab wontons, calamari, and fried rice were Ben's favorites. The ribs were okay and the friend dumplings were mediocre (a big on the soggy side instead of fried and crispy). Anything that had sauce on it (Kung Pao Chicken, Barbecue Spare Ribs, Beef Ho Fun, and especially the Lemon Shrimp were heavily sauced, overly sweet or tangy. A couple passed us by and warned us that their lobster suffered the same fate. Ben's been wishing for years that Shanghai's (with its excellent noodles, fried rice and dumplings) on Epic/Breakaway/Getaway would be available on all ships instead.

 

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Inside Chin Chins with the Sushi Bar nearby

 

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Ordering a few too many appetizers. Yummy fried wontons and salt pepper calamari.

 

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Next time, hold the sauce please!

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Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Arriving in Belize

 

Our bubbly bouncing bendable arrived on another gorgeous morning this time in Belize. This was a tender port and so we were ushered onto an awaiting tender boat contracted by Norwegian. This particular boat shot off like a rocket, its engine roaring so loudly people were covering their ears. We were at the dock within a short 20 minutes. Sitting in the back of the boat didn't help.

 

The return tender was a different boat which was quieter and relaxing.

 

Here a video of the boat ride.

 

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Arriving in Belize - Norwegian Dawn and other cruise ships anchored in the distance.

 

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Arriving in Belize - Norwegian Dawn anchored in the distance.

 

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Tender boat to shore

 

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Blasting off like a rocket!

 

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Covering his ears as the tender boat shoots off full throttle.

 

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That was fast!

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Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Altun Ha Mayan Ruins Archeology Site

 

Ben had booked an independent off ship tour of the Altun Ha Maya Ruins with Island Marketing Ltd ($42/pp) with includes transportation, a simple box lunch of chicken with rice and beans, and soda. We followed their directions to the "office" a short walk across the street. The tour began 30 minutes late while the operator waited for the numerous passengers from other cruise ships anchored the bay to arrive.

 

Our tour guide was very friendly and knowledgeable and Ben enjoyed his explanation of Belize, its culture, history, life as a local and his enthusiasm. However, shortly into our ride, the bus experienced one problem after another from an apparently poorly maintained bus. We were jostled on the ride due to the bus' worn suspension, this led to the air conditioner ventilation covers breaking and falling off the ceiling, and then the transmission began to fail. It was a lip chewing nervous ride as the bus had to crawl along at a top speed of 30 miles per hour. When we made the turn into Altun Ha, we learned how poor the suspension was. We were subjected to a bone jarring teeth rattling ride for 14 pot hole filled miles while the bus driver weaved and zig zagged trying to avoid every one. The one way trip took 1 hour 40 minutes.

 

Our shaken and stirred secret bendy man was glad to finally arrive. Unfortunately by then we only had time to stay for a little over an hour. Our tour guide took us around the different sites for about 30 minutes, and then we had another 30 minutes to explore on our own.

 

All in all the ruins were nice to visit, we learned a lot from our experienced tour guide, and unlike Tulum Maya Ruins in Cozumel we were able to climb up the ruins and we were not subjected to a tour trap ripoff pit stops. However, it did leave Ben wondering whether the 1 hour visit was worth the nearly 6 hrs of waiting, stress, and the bone jarring bus ride.

 

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The office pavilion has seen better days

 

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Friendly knowledgeable guides of Island Marketing Ltd

 

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Looks can be deceiving - This bus that's seen better days too!

 

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Brace for impact - 14 miles of bone jarring teeth chattering pot holes ahead.

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Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Altun Ha Mayan Ruins Archeology Site (continued)

 

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