We sailed with Celebrity Cruise Line on the Millennium. It was a nice ship and we had a great view. Booking last minute gives you pretty decent prices on a room with a nice balcony.
We sailed out of Miami (a long drive). I think next time we'll plan better so we can have the cruise we want from a closer port.
We're guessing this is Miami beach? Either way, the water was beautiful!
First stop: Roatan, Honduras. Here are some locals playing music and dancing as we got off the ship.
We decided to do a relaxing day at a beach on a private island. The island was nice and housed rescued animals like this sea lion. That's our ship in the background.
Here is our view from our beach. The water was lovely and there was plenty of shade for my white self to hide from the sun! The island also had some
fake artificial ruins to walk around and a pool and the excursion price included a nice little BBQ lunch.
Our ship looks pretty big until...
...you compare it to this ship on the left. Hint: The longer you cruise, the bigger your ship!
This is at the dock in Cozumel, Mexico.
We walked around the shopping area in Cozumel. In our first store there was this statue, who turned out to be a guy in a lot of make-up. You didn't know it until he smiled. He startled quite a few passersby. I'm so glad he didn't get us. I'm not a fan of being startled.
We went to the Margaritaville in the airport in Jamaica on our honeymoon so I thought it'd be fun to check out this one in Cozumel. Obviously I had to pass on the shot of tequila...maybe next time (or not).
Wastin away again in Margaritaville! We did pick up a souvenir salt shaker!
On our last day of the cruise, they had the monster buffet! This picture doesn't do it much justice, but the food covered every inch of the tables and it was pretty much everything you would want from a buffet. The only thing missing was the table of just watermelon for the nauseous pregnant lady!