Wellington, North Island, New Zealand
I have to admit that I didn’t go ashore in Wellington. I’m afraid the lack of sleep has caught up with me so I stayed aboard in an attempt to catch up. Dad and I won a round of trivia … finally. It’s a good thing we were only in it for the fun. The prize was a little Princess torch. And, because we were in port and there were so few people still on board and playing trivia, everyone who played that day got a prize.
… a walk back down through the gardens which, to judge from Stu’s photos, are lovely …
Today I lodged a formal complaint with Passenger Services about the noise in the cabin. Whether it was that or whether we just got to the top of the list I don’t know. But while we were at dinner we got notification that we were being moved. You’ve never seen two people pack their bags so fast. And, wow, we got a balcony. Not as swish as the mini suite my sister got, but hey, it’s quiet and that’s all I cared about. We were pretty impressed with having the balcony and, if we do another cruise, might just consider getting one.