There’s more to a cruise than just the eats, though the food is definitely something to be enjoyed, both on board ship and at every stop. There’s a lot more food to be shared, but maybe it’s time for some images from the trip itself!
Our first sight of blue water.
A few bits of Montego Bay, Jamaica.
Lovely singers greeting passengers.
Open marketplace on the Hop On Hop Off line.
PArt fo the famous mountains of Jamaica.
Some sights around George Town, Grand Cayman.
Christopher and the big map at the Welcome Center.
7 Mile Beach and that clear, blue water!
Elmslie Memorial United church, established 1846.
The Island of Cozumel, Mexico, likewise had plenty of local color to share.
A hammock at a beach-side restaurant.
Crystal clear waters.
A “native” performer in the market.
While I couldn’t capture the splendor of our own ship at night, I caught one of our docking neighbors under a full moon in Jamaica.
My partner in crime and I were treated to a Caribbean cruise aboard the Carnival Breeze earlier this month. Along with some other WanderingTexans, we visited Jamaica, Grand Cayman, and Cozumel.
Carnival Breeze at Grand Cayman. Shown here with two tenders who ferried passengers back and forth to the mainland.
While this may not be a big deal to some folks, it was a lifetime achievement event for us. We not only ate local at each stop, we also enjoyed the creative talents of the Breeze’s Executive Chef Joaquin R. Dias. The man is a genius to be able to do what he does for as many people as are served aboard ship.
Dos XX daft beer in Cozumel
We managed to get photos of most of the delectable treats and exquisite main dishes we sampled on this trip, and I will be posting them in groups for your viewing pleasure. From the simple to the elaborate, it was a foodies’ delight!
I truly hope you enjoy the upcoming posts about the things we were able to see and eat/drink while on this wonderful adventure.