These pictures were taken at the Garden Cafe on Deck 15 on Norwegian Epic. We ate here quite a lot because they had all kinds of food (and plenty of it!) and they were open most of the time. It was easy just to go up there and grab a plate. The first picture shows a lady (in the white shirt) who spritzed everyone's hands with hand sanitizer whenever they entered the restaurant. They also had little stands of hand sanitizer everywhere. After we got our hands spritzed we usually went to the right checking out whatever food they had out there.
Sunday, January 18, 2015
This first picture was taken in the harbor at Georgetown, Grand Cayman. It is a tour ship that looks like a pirate ship. I would like to have taken that tour but we didn't see it until we were on our way back to the NCL Epic.
This picture was taken in the center of the Epic. The LED chandelier behind me goes on for several decks. It is a highlight of the ship. It is difficult to get a good photo because all the light is behind me, leaving me rather dark. One of the main restaurants is on the deck below me, and the casino is all around me there.
Wednesday, January 7, 2015
These are pictures taken during our vacation in November. We cruised on NCL Epic, third largest ship currently out there. It carries 4,000 passengers double occupancy, probably over 5,000 people actually. It is truly a floating city. This first picture shows Richard at Georgetown, Grand Cayman Island.
The second picture is the Epic, docked at Ocho Rios, Jamaica. We were on the beach at Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville, where, naturally, I enjoyed a frozen margarita. Then while Richard enjoyed the beach I went shopping. We had to have Margaritaville t-shirts!
We had a wonderful time and hope to go again in the future. I will try to feature some more pictures from our vacation when I get a chance.
Tuesday, January 6, 2015
This pattern is from Blue Sands Patterns and is called The Barbados Bag. I made the Blue Batik Purse to carry on the cruise ship during our vacation in November. It was perfect for the cruise; large roomy pockets, and a nice long strap to wear over my shoulder. I also made a blue batik wallet to match. It is definitely a summer purse, so I put it away once we got home.I needed a new winter purse so I decided to make the same pattern in this pink and black fabric. I love the looks of it, and I get compliments on it everywhere I go. I made two wallets to carry in this one. The main wallet is the pink and black harlequin fabric and the other one is the mottled pink I used for the strap.
I guess that is all the finishes I have for 2014. I have several other projects in the works and I will report those finishes when they happen.