Friday, April 2, 2010

Another day on our Disney Cruise

Our first stop was Nassau in the Bahamas. The evening prior to the Nassau stop we decided to book an Atlantis Water Park excursion. Unfortunately we waited to long to book the excursion and they were all sold out. Fortunately we have been to Atlantis before on our prior Disney Cruise. We were not too heartbroken and there wasn't anything else that we were interested in doing. We decided to stay on the ship and experience all the activities on board.

The ship has special activities just for kids. One of the activities the Cisco Kid enjoyed was cooking ratatouille with the chef. They actually made Chocolate Chip Cookies.

They started by giving all the kids hats so they could decorated. Then they all had a small bowl to mix all their ingredients. Once all the ingredients were mixed together they dumped them in a very large bowl. The chef had her helpers bring the cookies to their special magic ovens that bake cookies very fast and instantly they all had their yummy cookies to eat.
He enjoyed eating his cookie.
This little boy stayed in the pool for about four hours playing with his new friends and sliding on the slide. 
The pool was heated and my camera lens fogged up. 
After a fun day on the ship it was time to get ready for Theme Night!!!! Pirates of the Caribbean! Everything transforms on the ship into Pirates of the Caribbean. All the Characters are in their pirated costumes.
Pirate Chip and Dale!  
Pirate Mini giving the Cisco Kid a Kiss!
This is the first year the Cisco Kid is interested in getting signatures of all the characters. 
Pirate Stich!
Every evening we have dinner in a different restaurant and every restaurant has a different theme. Animator's Palate is one of my favorites. During the night the room transforms into many colors and Disney movie clips play throughout the night. 

The food is spectacular.  This was the best beef I have eaten in a long time.
Our waiter had another magic trick up his sleeve. Making the sugar disappear and reappear. The Cisco Kid loves magic.
After dinner we stepped out on the deck and watched the sun set. 
The pirate party started with Mickey zip lining from the top of one of the ships stacks on to the stage. 
There was a great show and then the fireworks.  It didn't end there!
A feast fit for a pirate and the crew.  There was so much food. 
The Pirate party ended around 11:30p.m. and we were ready for bed.  When we got to our room there was another towel animal.  Lobster with some gold chocolate coins.  It was a great ending to a great day.


  1. I am LOVING all of the pictures you took! The cookie making is an adorable activity that I am sure my kids would love. Who doesn't love pirates? And the water flumes, fireworks, delicious food and entertainment all look so enjoyable. I am going to make on one of those cruises one of these days! Thanks for sharing all of your pictures. Does anyone ever get seasick?

  2. Wow! So much to do on the ship who needs to get off. I loved the washcloth animals in our hotel when we went to Disney on our Honeymoon.



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