Cruising the Inside Passage was an added bonus on this trip due to bad weather off the coast. The Captain decided to take a detour instead of going around the outside, and we were certainly not complaining.
Day 81 – May 22nd.
Cruise Day 14 – Inside Passage
Our first view of the Inside Passage
In the distance we could see some whales which was awesome… that’s when you could do with a huge zoom lens.
quick-fire challenge with Chef Rufino, a pre-run for the upcoming Top Chef at sea series that is actually in partnership with the real TV series.
Back to the cabin to finish packing and then to put the bags out ready for collection. Our bags were one of the first in our corridor, that makes a change. Now we can enjoy the rest of the day and the Inside Passage.
At the rear of the ship we met up with frank & kim as we look and watch dolphins swimming with us.
Dinner was again in the main dining room and we gave the two waiters some tips $30 each as this is our last evening with them. They were both good, a little reserved and sometimes MIA but we received good service from them, nothing over and above the norm though.
The Navigation Channel shows us cruising through the Inside Passage.
Our last nights sleep in our cabin on the Celebrity Millennium and we leave our cabin steward $50 tip for him.