We thought you might enjoy a visual tour of our cruise day in Cabo. The day began with a trip to a beachfront bar where I had planned to show off a bit. It was not quite right (vendors, too many people, kids), so we never managed to pull out the camera. Dave was a bit disappointed because he was looking forward to some Cabo EIP pics. But on the way back, empowered by 3 Coronas, I surprised him (and the water taxi guy) with a bit of a show. Out came the camera! Then it was a quick stop at a harbor bar for another little show. Back to the ship for a little afternoon fun, formal night, dance club…. A fun day!
CLASSY ( at The Waldorf ) Act 1 Hi Kate and Gang: Here we are in the heart and soul of New York City. And where's that ? No other than the world class Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, on Park Avenue. The view ( besides the one your voy-zonebers are getting ) is totally awesome. I haven't been that high off the ground since the home grown days in college. The best aspect of this series is that we needed someone to actually pour the champagne over my butt while my husband snapped the pictures. It turned out to be quite easy to summon a bellhop and ask him to do the honors. We told him what we wanted, and, in the true Waldorf spirit of helpfulness, he simply said; " Ah, yes, champagne poured over the lady's backside. I believe we can handle that for you. " Well, he turned out to be extremely co-operative, and he didn't seem to care how long it took to get just the right shot we wanted. With each click of the camera, he would turn to my husband and say; " Very well. Will we be wanting to try that again, sir ? " He seemed to have enjoyed his assignment, and absolutely refused to take a tip. " No need for that today, Sir. You have just added a chapter to my memoirs that I shalll never forget." Cute story, right ? When he was leaving, my husband asked him if anything like that had ever happened on the job before. He thought about it and answered: " I have poured a lot of champagne in the thirty years I've been here." And then he hesitated for a moment. " But to my recollection... it has always been into a glass, Sir. " Again, I want to thank those who are kind enough to say all the wonderful things they say when I visit this enjoyable site. As far as my e-mail address goes, why not just send it up with room service, okay ? P.S. This is Act 1... Act 2 is shortly behind.