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On 1/5/2019 at 5:50 PM, Shanleigh said:

Regarding the camera the same exact thing happened to me on my Oasis cruise this summer. My camera was a Sony waterproof. It was working ok until we hit St Marteen, and the pictures gradually got lighter as the day went on, when I attempted to use it in the ocean it went kaput. Granted, my camera was about 5 years old. But I called Sony when I returned anyway. Basically I was told the screen is waterproof but the inside isn’t and somehow water had gotten in the inside. I did charge it the day before so maybe I didn’t close it all the way? I have since bought a new camera. And can’t wait to use it. 

Hopefully you have better luck than I did with the camera. I am enjoying your review, my family will sail this ship in 2020.

 

It sucks when it happens when you are on vacation. I'm thinking I should buy another sd card and possibly another backup camera. Sakari has her own, which she managed to crack the screen in it at camp this past year...so can't use it in the water. Then I have the other older Olympus as well...but I personally, can never have enough cameras...just in case. LOL

 

I hope you have a wonderful cruise on the Horizon next year!

 

On 1/5/2019 at 6:10 PM, aztekpm said:

Enjoying as always!  Crazy how big the kids are getting ... time sure flies!

 

Time is flying too fast for me. I look at how big she is compared to when she started cruising at 3 years old and I think where did the time go????

 

 

On 1/5/2019 at 6:50 PM, gui218 said:

Thank you, Mitsugirly  and family for this great and informative review.

You were missed and deserved a break and time off for you and the clan.

The snorkeling pictures and scuba pictures are sharp with lots of colour on the close ups, Flash?

It is appreciated that you name the fish etc. There are again a number of Firsts: you were very comfortable at start of the dive, Hubbies dive mask with ear covers had him really enjoying the dive, huge octopus, and Sakari with best dive and saw lots of eels.

The dive with 2 instructors was beneficial so some went deep and Sakari enjoyed a dive without having to stop.

Well Done and thanks again to you and the Family. 

 

You are very welcome and I appreciate the comments. 

 

It's possible the flash could have been on. I'm not sure. When you are under water, it's hard to tell if it's going off. I just know my dive pictures weren't my normal dive "picture quality" if you know what I mean. It just wouldn't focus on the super close ups and there's just this ugly blue tint to all of them. Ugh.  Either way, we had a blast diving!

 

On 1/5/2019 at 6:54 PM, Hillbillygram said:

We are so looking forward to our Journeys cruise next month. As you said, it is longer than most of their cruises. We will be sailing out of Miami with 2 sea days before our first port of call of St. Croix with Guadeloupe, Barbados, Martinique, Antigua, St. Maarten, & Tortola to follow. Then 2 more sea days before arriving back in Miami.

 

 

That sounds like an amazing itinerary! Exactly what I would love to do. We haven't been to Guadeloupe or Antigua yet! Have a wonderful cruise!

 

On 1/5/2019 at 7:43 PM, bakersdozen12 said:

 

That's definitely an itinerary I would love to do someday!

 

 

Me too!!!!

 

On 1/5/2019 at 9:44 PM, TMW67 said:

We will be going to Cas Abao in April, thanks for the pictures! It really does look beautiful, I can't wait to go! I'm enjoying your review so far... awesome as usual!😊

 

It was a beautiful beach and definitely one that I would visit just for the beach even if we weren't diving. 

 

On 1/6/2019 at 6:40 AM, FMZ said:

Hi, loving the review as always! Totally off topic, Sakari's bathing suits are so cute, where do get them?

 

Aww thanks. It's a hodge-podge of bathing suits from everywhere. LOL  Old Navy, Walmart, Kohls, maybe a kids store here and there and Kendra bought her 2 from a resale shop we have here (Once Upon a Child) and 2 of them from where she gets her mermaid tails. She usually has a different bathing suit for every day of the cruise but she is quickly outgrowing most of them (in every "girly" direction lol).

 

On 1/6/2019 at 10:44 AM, splash_in_the_water said:

great diving trip review. You're really making me want to go on another cruise! without the kids this time...lol

 

Also, somehow i misses the part about the elevators. That all seems like more trouble than it's worth. Iknow at times waiting for a lift mightbe annoying , but with what, 6 or 4 different ones  depending where you're at..you just wait a minute and even if it's going up or down, you can hop on anyway , and hit your floor and you'll be there soon enough- none of this assigned elevator BS lol....

 

cruise people problems i guess...

 

Thanks! The only problem with hopping on an elevator that you are not assigned to is that it probably isn't going to your floor. So if you want to go to say deck 8 and you are told elevator M, but elevator N opens up, it may not even stop at 8 because none of those people are going to that floor. It may go to deck 5 and 6 only. So that's the problem with just jumping in any elevator. There's just no way to make it go to the deck you want it to. It will only go to the assigned decks the people in the elevator pushed. 

 

 

23 hours ago, crookedhalo said:

 

We actually stayed in a hotel a few years ago that used this type of system. It was actually very easy to use and did end up making the trips shorter. Didn't take long to figure out how it worked and was nice to not have to look at each elevator to see which one just dinged..:classic_blink:

 

Ahhh, the dinging elevators. I just learned a few cruises ago that they ding differently depending on whether or not they are going up or down. LOL  I always learn something new. 

 

22 hours ago, splash_in_the_water said:

oh, well, maybe it does. just seems like odd to me I guess. 

 

It's a good system IF it works right. Most of the time it seemed to...it's just that long wait on certain days/times. 

 

 

11 hours ago, kruisinkris said:

LOVE your reviews!! You take great pictures and do great narratives!

 

 

Why thank you so much. I appreciate it. 

 

7 hours ago, dreadpirate3 said:

Loving your review, especially the dive stories.

 

 

Aww, thanks so much!

 

7 hours ago, IronScott said:

Excited to read your Aruba review. My wife and I just finished our first cruise but we have been to Aruba many times. We absolutely love it there but realize it's not for everyone. The governments of Aruba and Curacao are apparently working on a high-speed ferry transfer between the two but it may be a while before it's finished.

 

I just love Aruba! It's always repeat things for us since we have been going to Aruba for land vacations 2 weeks at a time during the summer. We have been just about everywhere.

 

I am excited to hear about this high-speed ferry between Aruba and Curacao! That would be fabulous! I'd fly to Aruba for a week and then on to Curacao if that's the case. Tell me more! How long is "a while"?

 

 

5 hours ago, Jenjer said:

Cas Abao beach looks perfect for us. We don't dive but the kids enjoy paddle board looks like they rent them.

 

How long of a taxi ride is it from port to the beach?

 

Yes, it's a beautiful beach and they had a bunch of water sports to rent there. 

 

The dive place told us it was a 30-minute drive but it didn't seem that long to me. I can check my date stamp on my pictures to see if there was a picture I might have taken as we were leaving the port and I know I took one as soon as we arrived. That would give me a better idea of exact time. I'll get back to you...

 

 

4 hours ago, chipis said:

Hooray!!... Another Mitsugirly review!!!

 

Kim, welcome back to CC... needless to say, you were greatly missed here in the boards, and I kept popping in from time to time to see if you had re-appeared and to see if everything was okay. We all missed your amazing reviews, beautiful pictures and witty humor... so, as you have been able to see, we are all very happy to see you here again!

 

Also, congrats on all the 2018 accomplishments finishing schooling, your son's new home, another grandson.... (impossible to believe, for such a young gal in age and spirit!... I hope the hubby doesn't get jealous... he's a lucky fellow)... and no wonder you took a break from here, and social media in general. Thanks for coming back, and for sharing your new review with us (those of us who have followed you for a while, know it takes a lot of time and effort to come back and post a review like yours after coming from a cruise, and we really appreciate your efforts)... it's always a delight and an adventure to read them!

 

All the best for you and your family in 2019!.... and as usual, I will keep reading on! Sakari is now a beautiful young woman... I can't believe how big she is now. We all have seen her grow up from cruise to cruise.

Cheers!!

 

 

Thanks for the comments. Glad you are here and excited about the review. I appreciate the warm welcome and comments. It was definitely a hectic year. I'll make sure to pass the word along to the hubby 😉 hehe

 

Happy 2019 to you as well. Sakari is definitely growing and she's in the pre-teen stage now. Eek! She ended up with a lot more "freedom" and "trust" this cruise. I was having a heartattack most time and it felt weird to give her a little slack. That was definitely a sign of growing up...whether I wanted to admit it or not. 

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Sorry I haven't posted more lately. I had to work on my proposal from my capstone project for my last class. I submitted it today, so now it's a waiting game to see if they approve or deny it some time before Jan 14th. Whew!

 

BACK TO THE REVIEW....

 

So dinner that we just scarfed down:

 

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Then off the ship we went for a kidless and fancy-free night on the town exploring. 

 

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Curacao REALLY decorates for Christmas...I mean REALLY REALLY decorates! You'll see what I mean with all the pictures and I'm not even sharing them all. 

 

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It was just so pretty there!

 

We came to a place that looked like a fort and they called it the Renaissance Wall & RIF fort. But it was like a little shopping mall and restaurant area.

 

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Some random people that wanted to be in everyone's pictures because they were sitting where people sit to take pictures and not moving.

 

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This little scuba dive person was so cool. I really should have bought it. I just didn't know where I would put it.

 

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This is where we were heading. I had read in the past that there was a swinging/moving bridge and I just knew this had to be it. 

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It was lit up with so many different colors and it randomly changed colors too. I tried and tried to get a good picture (even tried to record it) and I was unsuccessful it capturing what I was really seeing. 😞

 

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These things are so cool! You bring a lock and put something on it and lock it on the heart. I have only seen them in shows on t.v. before and never in person. Had I know they had one, I would have brought a lock for us. Next time...!!!

 

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I think vendors could make a lot of money off this if they were to have a booth beside this and sold only locks. I looked everywhere and found nothing. Maybe I should move there and sell locks to those people passing by looking for a place to buy one.

 

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I really couldn't believe just how much they all go out for Christmas. Sakari would have loved all this. She likes doing/seeing things like this. I was sad that she missed it and decided to stay back on the ship.

 

 

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We walked all over that little town and my feet and legs were starting to hurt. We kinda went "off the path" for a while and got turned around. But all we had to do was look for the bridge and lights.

 

 

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Back to the fort and I knew we were getting closer.

 

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Deers gone wild...

 

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We had finally made it back to the port area. It was time for a little bit of shopping.

 

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After we finished shopping, it was time to head back on the ship.

 

Kendra went running when she saw the towel animal. We asked about how long they would be out there (with the intentions of getting on the ship and grabbing the munchkins and bringing them back out for a pic) but they said they would be leaving within a few minutes. Darn!

 

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We were back on the ship by 8:45pm and checked in with the kids. Sakari was in the room drawing on her phone

 

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She said she really didn't want to go out or do anything (I'm not sure why all of a sudden hanging out in the room is more fun than doing activities on the ship) and we decided to head out for a show.

 

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It was back to getting up early in the morning for a "normal" day in Aruba. We headed back to the room and watched a little English t.v with Spanish commercials and headed to bed after seeing our rabbit towel animal for the night. 

 

 

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We have Curacao and Aruba on our cruise next month.  Two of our favorite ports.  Despite having been to Curacao several times have not made across the bridge . Gonna have to do it this year..  GREAT PICS

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Thank You Thank You Thank you. I know doing this is so much work and its such a joy. Your right the Christmas décor is amazing.  I love the towel animals will look out for them. Did they have "handlers"  you tip or a charge?

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17 hours ago, mitsugirly said:

 

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17 hours ago, mitsugirly said:

Goodness! Hope there's still room on there for our lock when we go in April! I've always wanted to put a lock on one of these things.😊

 

This is a great idea, I don't know why someone hasn't already done this!👇

"I think vendors could make a lot of money off this if they were to have a booth beside this and sold only locks. I looked everywhere and found nothing. Maybe I should move there and sell locks to those people passing by looking for a place to buy one."

 

Curacao really does go all out on the decorations! Can't wait to see your next review on Aruba & where/what you're doing this time, I'll be going there as well!🌴

 

 

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16 hours ago, CoasterGuy said:

Looking forward to Aruba

 

Thanks. I still have to get the pictures together and will try to work on that tonight after work.

 

5 hours ago, billfish said:

We have Curacao and Aruba on our cruise next month.  Two of our favorite ports.  Despite having been to Curacao several times have not made across the bridge . Gonna have to do it this year..  GREAT PICS

 

Two of my favorites as well. The bridge and the area on the other side is just gorgeous (at least at Christmas). I would definitely like to go back for a land vacation there.

 

3 hours ago, Jenjer said:

Thank You Thank You Thank you. I know doing this is so much work and its such a joy. Your right the Christmas décor is amazing.  I love the towel animals will look out for them. Did they have "handlers"  you tip or a charge?

 

You are very welcome and glad you are liking it.

 

What do you mean about the handlers tip/charge? For the towel animals? The room stewards do it daily for everyone.

 

41 minutes ago, TMW67 said:

 

 

 

There were definitely a lot of locks on the heart, but there's a lot of room for more as well. 🙂

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The people dressed up like towel animals. I assume they are locals.....do you tip them and if so how much is expected.

 

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1 hour ago, Jenjer said:

The people dressed up like towel animals. I assume they are locals.....do you tip them and if so how much is expected.

 

I don't think they are locals, they are cruise staff welcoming back the travelers to the ship; you don't tip them, as you probably were already charged the tips for the whole duration of your trip already.

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4 hours ago, Jenjer said:

The people dressed up like towel animals. I assume they are locals.....do you tip them and if so how much is expected.

 

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Nope, they are the ships photographers that do this and their photographer comes along with it to take your pictures....expecting you to buy them of course. lol   There's no tipping. They are just like when you get off the ship in port, for instance in places like Aruba or Cozumel, they'll have Spanish dancers to take pictures with and they are from our ship and the photographers that you can later purchase the picture they took back on the ship.

 

 

 

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OMG I love, love, love your reviews!!  I'm so glad I saw this today!  I can't wait to read everything!!  We are taking the same cruise in May! 😁 

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Great review so far...so glad to see you.  Sounds like Sakari is trying to leave the nest, my niece is around the same age.  They want to assert their independence even though I think secretly they would like to come on activities.

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Thanks for the info its our first Carnival cruise so I have never seen them before and just thought they where locals dressed up to get tips. 

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22 hours ago, mjrcruiser said:

OMG I love, love, love your reviews!!  I'm so glad I saw this today!  I can't wait to read everything!!  We are taking the same cruise in May! 😁 

 

 

Thank you so much. I appreciate it and glad you are here. I hope you have a wonderful cruise in May.

 

21 hours ago, bunnyette said:

Great review so far...so glad to see you.  Sounds like Sakari is trying to leave the nest, my niece is around the same age.  They want to assert their independence even though I think secretly they would like to come on activities.

 

Aww, thanks! Yea, Sakari is growing up quickly and in that pre-teen stage now. She is starting to see the kids club as a "baby club". She can't wait to get to the "teen club". Ugh....

 

 

17 hours ago, watermelonqueen99 said:

Loving your review as always! Can't believe how grown Sakari looks!

 

 

Thanks and yep, she's getting big and growing so fast!

 

6 hours ago, Jenjer said:

Thanks for the info its our first Carnival cruise so I have never seen them before and just thought they where locals dressed up to get tips. 

 

No problem. I know some of the other cruise lines do the same thing as well...just a heads up.

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DECEMBER 20: THURSDAY: ARUBA!!

 

I had a hard time sleeping last night and didn't fall asleep until 4:30am only to swear that I had just laid my head down and the alarm went off at 6:30am. Port day consisted of a time from 8-4pm so it was time to rise and shine! Thank goodness it was going to be a lazy day at the beach...and by lazy for me, I mean lots of snorkeling and swimming of course.

 

We woke up to Trixie and Cookie hanging out on the t.v., which probably meant that I was being scolded for staying up too late last night.

 

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We headed upstairs for breakfast and I jumped in line for the Blue Iguana Cantina breakfast burritos.

 

 

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YUMMY! I really wish they had other options for the tortilla shell other than wheat or jalapeno. Some of us would prefer just a regular shell.

 

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Everyone gathered their things in the room after breakfast and we were released onto the island a few minutes after 8am.

 

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Of course we stopped for pictures!

 

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They always have the prettiest costumes here! Sakari loves them! Especially the "bird feathers"

 

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Since we are sharing ship photographers pictures, I'm going to share one that came up on my phone of Kendra with the elephant towel animal the night before. I'm not sure if she purchased it or not.

 

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So what did we have planned for today? I absolutely LOVE Aruba! We have been doing (almost) 2 week vacations here over the last 2 summers and pretty much have been everywhere and done everything. There's so many beaches and things to do and everything here is right up our alley! But what do you do when you've pretty much done it all? Well, we head back to one of our favorite beaches (that's fairly close to the port).

 

I personally love Boca Catalina, which is the next beach over from Arashi. Arashi is very beautiful. Think of white powdered sand, gorgeous water, decent snorkeling, and a beach restaurant with drinks and food. They do have restrooms, but will charge $1 to use them (unless you are buying food and drinks). We have personally not had to pay to use them yet. Boca Catalina is a beach that is very small, up on a hill with a small entrance to the water but great snorkeling. However, no restrooms or vendors here...which is why we come here a lot when vacationing because we bring our own drinks/food.

 

Since we were with extended family, Arashi was the plan with a snorkel excursion over toward Boca Catalina and maybe a little past since the last time we were there in August, the starfishes were EVERYWHERE....hundreds.

 

Also, we have a dear friend that lives in Aruba (originally from the US) and we couldn't wait to see her once we got in to port. She usually works on the days the cruise ships are in and we knew we'd find her at the port somewhere. We had talked just prior to us cruising and she knew to expect us. Sakari just loves her to death and couldn't wait to see her again!

 

We were off the ship and....she was no where. My heart was broken. The hubby went back inside to see if he could find her but no luck. We decided to go ahead and stand in line for a taxi. Now Aruba has a weird law that they will not allow more than 5 passengers in a taxi or car. This means that large families are pretty much screwed and forced to take more than 1 vehicle. It doesn't matter if it's a taxi van either. Only 5 people! I find this ridiculous and have no idea why they have this rule.

 

A couple in front of us (2 people) ask if we were willing to share a cab with them and I miscalculated the amount of people and told them that we already had a group going. When it was our turn...of course we were denied for having 5 1/2 people. 😞  Now I wish we would have shared the cab with them and split the cost.

 

We zoomed off to Arashi and Kendra came a little bit after us.

 

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We rented chairs and found a palapa for shade for those light skinned people in my family that don't worship the sun like Sakari and I.

 

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The water felt a little cooler than the other ports we were in. I'm not sure why. But we quickly got use to it and then it wasn't a problem the rest of the day.

 

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Kendra and I decided immediately to go snorkeling. Time was wasting and we had a plan. We would go down the beach at Arashi and into the water and head left. We would snorkel the area, where all the excursions bring people on the boats to, for a while and then swim on over to Boca Catalina. Then we were planning on going a little past Boca Catalina (toward Tres Trapi) and see if the starfish were still around in the area.

 

So, we assigned the kids to the hubby and off we went.

 

Now...disclaimer...I had no idea that my camera setting was not put on the underwater setting before entering the water. The last setting I must have had it on was the "miniature" (tilt shift) setting. This makes the color of things boost with bright colors and it blurs around the edges of the pictures to promote a "weird" picture. Well, all my pictures in the beginning would be a weird greenish-blue with blur. So...here you have it...

 

Banded butterfly fish

 

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Hey at least on this setting the close ups were working this time around unlike when we went scuba diving.

 

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Then we came across a rather large French Angelfish. This fish swam right beside us and stayed with us for a while. It was odd that it was getting so close and not scared at all. At first I thought maybe we were close to some eggs or something but she swam with us for quite some time. Either way, it was pretty cool.

 

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