Upon arriving at Penang International Airport, and picking up our luggage, we noticed that was a tear around the area where the combination of our strap is.
But since we did not notice any other tempering, we decided to just left it go so as not to spoil our trip.
Aiman could not contain his excitement and was eager to get to the pier as soon as possible and kept asking for the time every 10 minutes! LOL!
It took us about 40 minutes to get through the procedure, and as we were walking towards the ship, I managed to snap a few photos of the ship.
When I saw this signage as we were walking in, I could not resist taking a photo of it to show the wrong spelling used. Someone must have gotten confused with “your” and “you’re”. *grin*
We found our cabin on Deck 7 and we were all full of excitement when we opened the door and found a very cute cabin which had everything within reach of each other.
The cabin came complete with a study table cum dressing table, a TV cabinet (no mini fridge though), and it had many wardrobe spaces to put loads of things, not that we brought a lot though.
The bathroom was so tiny but clean and presentable. You can reach the sink and the shower while sitting on the wash closet! LOL!
A model of the ship.
Some promotions going on for shore excursion trips and extra supplies.
The pool deck.
Our very first meal on board the ship. Tea was served from 2.00 – 4.00pm.
The pizza is vegetarian pizza and the sandwich is tuna sandwich.
Views from the ship.
Taking in the sun, not that I needed any, I am naturally very tanned already, thank you very much! LOL!
Back at the cabin to wait for dinner, my hubby decided to test the upper bed deck to see if Aiman would be OK to sleep there.
We sat by the pool to have our dinner, but just as we were about to eat, we got shooed away by the waiters. We were not allowed to sit anywhere near the pool, but there was no signage anywhere to that effect.
Oh well. Not wanting to make a fuss, we just got up and moved to another place but had to stand up as all the tables and chairs were taken up.
This is what I had.... griiled corn, griiled fish and grilled prawns with griiled potatoes.
We were not sure if we could eat any of the meat even though we saw many malay looking people eating the meat. Aiman argued with us and insisted that he wanted to eat the griiled chicken and steak.
Not wanting to make a scene on the first day, we allowed him to eat the chicken and meat with the knowledge that since we are departing from Malaysia, there is a possibility that the meat could have been supplied from a halal supplier. But, still, I stayed away from the meat.
The Jacuzzi as seen from the top deck.
While Aiman and hubby went for a late night movie, The Adventures of Tin Tin, I decided to go for supper alone.