EN-ROUTE TO SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA
We enjoyed a pre-dinner drink at the Crystal Cove where we enjoyed beautiful views of Milford Sound and wonderful music.
These are the dinner menus from Waterside.
It was great to return to Waterside for dinner.
We enjoyed three courses; Olive Oil Poached Sablefish for Keith and Matzah Ball Soup for Anne Marie, dinner salads and Broiled Sea Bass entree for Keith and Tiger Shrimp for Anne Marie.
After dinner we went to the Crystal Society Party.
The featured entertainer was Mark Vincent who is an International Tenor. He performed twice at 8:30 PM and 10:30 PM.
The good news is we set the clocks back one hour before going to sleep.
The seas were fairly calm and we slept very well.
We began the day as we normally do.
There was lots on the program including three lectures.
First was Captain Richard Hayman who spoke about Tasmainia and Australia. This was followed by Professor D'Alinonte who spoke about the major challenges of our time. In the afternoon Masters Golf Champion Craig Stadler spoke about his time as a golfer.
During Captain Birger's Noon talk from the bridge he updated us on the route we are taking. He said at one point we will have some rougher seas but it would be far less than what we experienced the day before and after that passes we should continue to have a smooth sailing into Sydney.
Since we are leaving in Sydney we did some packing so it doesn't wait until the last day.
Afternoon was terrific. Keith played Paddle Tennis for a couple of hours and Anne Marie walked and Keith met up with dear friend Bob and Anne Marie had coffee with dear friend Glo at The Bistro. Weather was great. Some wind and a pretty smooth ride on Serenity.
This is the daily Reflections Program.