one best cruise ever. Heather has totally got the planning
part down. This years group might have been just a bit
smaller than previous years, but it didn't lack in anything.
The ladies were absolutely the funniest and sweetest yet.
Our teachers were very talented, and just as much fun to
be around outside of the classrooms. Our days were filled
with beading, hanging out with the other cruisers and in the
evening we were shopping with Bella Modo...who I must say
has the biggest line of Swarvoski crystals, Vintaj brass and
anything else you could have wanted. Pam and Belinda were
so very sweet, and Belinda was the most knowledgeable
person I've ever seen when it comes to Swarvoski.
Our second stop on the cruise. St. Thomas Island.
A view of our ship from across the bay.
Next stop was St. Maarten. There's a French side and a
Dutch side of the island. Anywhere you wanted to be still
had beautiful beaches and clear blue water. Warm sunny
days and gentle breezes. There is nothing wrong with
wanting to live on an island.
Tomorrow I will post some more about the Cruise.
I have lots of pictures and things to talk about.