I think it's Friday?
We choose our cruises on the basis of the itinerary. We like to discover new places, to visit and get a brief taste of a country and either tick it off as "been there, done that" or to add it to our list of places to which we'd love to return for longer. This cruise ticks a lot of those boxes but we also noticed that it fulfilled another of our preferences: a great mix of port days and sea days.
Because we love our sea days.
We are never lost for something to do. There's plenty of fun on the programme each day; something for everyone in fact. If we don't want to do anything at all, then we can sit on our verandah and read, edit a book or knit.
Needless to say, I usually go to the craft classes, the needlepoint sessions and we are regular trivia people. We enjoy the lectures too. As a result, the days are never dull.
There's also an ever changing sea and sky to watch. How beautiful is the sky this evening?
However, please, don't ask me what day of the week it is...