We´re going to Mexico!!
03 oktober 2009
We´re travelling with one of the world´s largest cruise lines, Royal Caribbean International. The Ship is called Radiance of the Seas and it´s totally amazing. It has: lots of pools, jacuzzis, a water park, a rock-climbing wall, miniature golf, a huge casino, a library, a movie theatre, a comedy club, a shopping mall, a gym with all sorts of aerobic/dance classes, a basketball court, volleyball court, tons of restaurants/cafe´s/bars/nightclubs…TO MENTION A FEW. It´s gonna be crazy.
We´re going to two places in mexico: Ensenada and Cabo San Lucas. We´re gonna do some shore excursions when we get there, and we already booked a snorkelling trip in Cabo, which is one of the world´s most beautiful snorkelling spots. Ok here´s the bad thing: the cruise is all-inclusive! Which means all-you-can-eat, any restaurant, any time (yes, even room-service in the middle of the night is included). It´s gonna be interesting to see how much weight I´m gonna put on at the end of the cruise =)
Oh, and speaking of food. I´m a big fan of TGI Fridays. And I would go there everyday if I could, but my wallet and my health is stopping me from doing that. But guess what I found at the grocery store last night? All their appetizers, all packed and ready to be heated! So this is what we had for dinner last night: Mozarella sticks, jalapenjo poppers, buffalo wings, spinach & artichoke dip and chicken quesedillas! All from TGI fridays!
For dessert I founds these adorable Pink band cup-cakes, if you´re gonna eat this stuff, it might as well be for a good cause right? =) Support the Pink Band!!!
Today´s saturday and we´re going to a huge outlet mall in a city nearby, Ontario (no, not the one in Canada). We´re gonna do some shopping, have dinner and maybe see a movie. A very chill saturday. Before I go, I´ve had many people asking me about my scuba class, and there seem to have been a misunderstanding. For the record, the scuba class I´m taking is not something I do on my sparetime, it´s an academic class that gives me credits just as any another chemisty or biology class would. We also have quizzes, exams and yes, we get graded. It sounds strange, I admit, since we don´t offer those types of classes at a university in Sweden, but here at Cal State University we have lots of them. How about taking a bowling class, golf or maybe surfing? =)
Have a great weekend you guys!!!
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