So that whole tired thing has caught up to me, we are in port at Puerto Vallarta and I have no desire to go anywhere. I know there are about a billion things we could be doing in the city, but five days of play has created the need for a day off. Swimsuits on, we are headed to the aft lido deck for the day. In and out of the pool and the hot tub, it was a great relaxing afternoon.
Highlight of the day: the Pinnacle restaurant. We attended a cooking demonstration back on Monday held at the steakhouse on board, the food was magnificent, so a reservation at the Pinnacle seemed completely in line. We got to dinner at 6:15, it wasn’t over until well after eight. A squash soup, a bleu cheese salad, 10 ounce lobster tail with Yukon gold mashed potatoes and steamed broccoli followed by a chocolate sampler dessert that included tiramisu, banana pannaceta, and two other delicious desserts. Oh, I am a happy girl. Every part of the meal was exquisite.
Our ship was set to set sail today at 11 p.m. – yeah, that didn’t happen. We had gotten two days in PV because of a repair that is being made on the seals around the propulsion shaft. From our cabin, we’ve been watching the goings on near the repair site. After dinner, it sure didn’t look like they were wrapping up. Not long after, they announced we would be staying in PV another day. What that meant though was that the cruise was going to last a whole nother day. Staying in Puerto Vallarta meant we couldn’t get to Long Beach on Sunday, the soonest we could arrive is Monday. Oh, darn…we have to stay an extra day. This is our second vacation in six months that we couldn’t get back on time, I’m lovin’ it.
Not everyone is happy about this change, but it’s awesome for us. An extra day is awesome, we are having such a good time, and who cares where we spend Sunday, in town or out doesn’t really have an impact on our world.