This is a shot of our ride, anchored off one of the several islands we visited. Isle de Saint, I believe. Our ride is the one with all the masts, in case you were wondering!
Here is a shot of BadKitten, through the porthole of the swimming pool. There are three saltwater pools on deck, but the largest is also the skylight into the dinning room. It is really cool. I took this picture from inside the ship, on the landing above the dining room. BadKitten says it is hard to smile under water...
They had Beck's on tap...
This is a shot looking up toward the sails, just after sunset one evening.
This is one of many gorgeous flowers on Isle de Saint, which is one of the Island we visited. What a lovely place...
Here is my darling, looking very happy riding a horse on St Lucia. You could ride the horses right into the water. The horses liked it too.
BadKitten also loved swimming with her pony. The water was really nice.
You can see I made some progress as I wait for the tender to pick me up and take me back to our ride in St Lucia.
This was a sign I just loved, in Antigua. Who knew that reflexology has this much to offer??
They made very good Mojitos, as you can see from my almost empty glass. I think the emptiness of the glass is the only reason I am not smiling.
By the time we pulled into Martinique, I had made some significant progress. What do you think? My knitting matches my sandals!
Cruise line: Star Clippers
Ship: Royal Clipper
Ports: Barbados, St Lucia, Dominica, Antigua, St Kitt's, Isle de Saint, Martinique, Barbados
Project: Not yet named
Yarn: 2/28 angora/lambswool dyed by me
I'll be back next week with our American Beauty wrap-up, including final photos of my project and your projects. Until next week, knit on!