We had our formal evening the first At-Sea night, and I must say, we all cleaned up well! Then we went to the stage production in the Theatre.
My first true experience of really feeling old happened on this trip and this night, because spending the evening with a 17yr old, 16yr old, and a 14yr old wandering around the ship makes a 26yr old feel like a grandma.
Our time in Bermuda was amazing. The first day, we spent the entire morning/afternoon snorkeling. My mask wasn't working at first so that killed about 45 minutes of swim-time, but once I got set-up, I didn't want to stop. It ended up that Tim and I were out for about 2 hours, but it felt like 20 minutes. He has an underwater camera, so he got amazing pictures of fish and coral. When I get them, I'll post again. I was just amazed by the coral though. Never seen anything like it. Fluorescent purple fans, neon yellow and orange brain coral, sea cucumbers, coral that looked like upside down dred-locks. And while the fish weren't as vivid as Hawaii or Bahamas, we got to see schools together all moving in unison through the coral. It was wild.
This was our snorkeling and beach honey-hole. We were out past the farthest canoe.