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Our MAGICal Disney Cruise
Day 1 Navigator
Day 2 Navigator
Day 3 Navigator
Day 4 Navigator
Day 1 Part 1: Intro and getting there
Day1 Part 2: First afternoon on the ship
Day 1 Part 3: First evening
Day 2 Part 1: Sea Day
Day 2 Part 2: Palo and the Ventriloquist
Day 3 Part 1: Nachi Cocom
Day 3 Part 2: Cozumel and Pirate Night
Our last sea day. Our daughter woke up at 6 a.m., but the boys managed to sleep until 7:30. First, I should mention that the weather on our trip was phenomenal. We had high 60s on our departure day from Galveston, low 80s on our first sea day and Cozumel, and this last sea day was looking good too. We decided to eat our breakfast outside.
The kids wanted more pool time, and Alyssa hadn't been to the pool yet, so we headed there after breakfast. At 8:30, there was only our 3 kids and 1 other kid in the pool.
At 9:00, the water slide opened. The kids had it all to themselves. I guess everyone else had slept in, or was at the princess gathering. I highly recommend early mornings at the pool on sea days.
We left the pool around 9:45 to shower and change. Brian took the boys up to the sports deck where they played some foosball. Nana and I wanted to take Alyssa to the Oceaneer Club since they were having an open house and the Mickey Mouseketeer training.
So Alyssa got to do the same training the boys did earlier in the week and march with Mickey Mouse.
At 11:45, we met up on the pool deck for lunch. Saw this cute vegetable Mickey.
Donald Duck was walking around.
And the kids had some ice cream cones from the self-service ice cream stand.
And other desserts. No shortage of sweets on this cruise.
The pool area was so much busier than it was just 2 hours ago when we left. The Mickey pool now looked like kid soup.
The guys wanted to go to another ventriloquist show at 1:00 p.m. Alyssa acted tired, so I thought I'd see if she'd take a nap outside on Deck 4. That plan didn't really work, she just wanted to walk around.
I spent almost an hour walking around with Alyssa, and it's one of my favorite moments on the cruise. It was peaceful.
Up next: The rest of our last day onboard