Afternoon at Pointe Seraphine
We ate lunch back on board the ship. For me this was a delicious curry followed by rice pudding with jam.
Back at Pointe Seraphine the other bar had now started up it’s karaoke machine. This completely drowned all the music from the Antilla bar’s system. We went again around the back of the bar for our second drinks of the day. This time it was more for relative peace and quiet then the views.
We soon had conversations going with other passengers in the bar. I learned about all the flying most days from BAe Warton near Blackpool. Later on we were joined by friends who we had met on an earlier cruise.
On our way back to the ship we stopped for a bottle of beer at the Piton Garden Bar. Since our last visit the bar had been expanded. On the downside, the lady serving was clearly unhappy about her a lot in life. We drank our beers and left and crossed off this bar from our lists.
Late afternoon watching the harbour
Back on board I could look out over the duty-free area from our balcony, see the runway and look across the harbour. I could also watch the end of the runway away on our left. The karaoke was still in full swing and we could hear the singing clearly on our balcony.
I watched planes landing and then taxing back up the runway to take off.
Other ships in the port were leaving too.
Close to the time of the ship’s departure we watched the local security men move passengers from the karaoke bar to rejoin the ship.
Once the bar was empty, the singer from the bar then came to the side of the bar and sang for all of us watching from the ship.