We awake to partly cloudy skies and a fairly calm sea. We hit thge most southerly point in our trip yesterday and are now on a northeasterly course to the first of the Polynesian Islands, Raiatea and then it is five straight days of touring and water activities, so we plan for calm, quiet day. It is a celebration of cruising day on the Rotterdam today and most all the activities this morning are geared to promote taking another cruise.
Ship's Art Work
Carolyn reads and works on the pictures most of the day, has a room service lunch. Dick listens to his Ipod book, plays on the computer and snacks on the buffet spread in the Neptune lounge. We go to the lecture on
Tahiti, Gauguin and World War II and things to do and see: Pateepe and Moorea in the afternoon. Wedon’t want to wait until eight to go to the main dinning room so we order dinner from room service. They canget the dinning room and food to us as hot as it comes to our table. We enjoy dinner and a movie in our room.