The Rhapsody of the Seas.
That’s what the ship I’m on is called.
Here’s a picture of the ship I took from afar while the ship was anchored of Phuket.
The truth is, the ship looks a LOT bigger close up, hugeee and this picture doesn’t do justice but I never really got a chance to take a picture of the ship close up.Later this afternoon however I’ll see if I’m fit enough to jump off the ship and swim further away a little so I can take a good picture of it okay.
Don’t worry I won’t drown. Fat floats.
Now there’s quite a bit to write about on this Cruise but for this entry, let me just start first with the rooms that we get to stay in while aboard the ship.
All of us on the 80,000 tonne ship get to stay in rooms along this corridor.The ship has 10 floors, all accessible to passengers like us, of which 4 of the floors are dedicated to cabin rooms.
Here’s how my room looks like.
When you walk in there is a small mini-bar on the side
To the right is the bathroom which is really pretty nice.
Almost like a hotel bathroom.
It even comes with a bidet.You know one of those things to spray the crap off your butt so you don’t have to dirty your hands with toilet paper.
Straight ahead from the entrance and actually the first thing you’ll notice when you walk into the room is my very own private balcony where we’ll see nothing but endless sea when we’re sailing away.To the left of the balcony doors is actually a small seating area with a TV and opposite that is the most important part of the room.
Yes.. the bed IS as comfy as it looks.
Really really nice… and the best part of it are the mirrors all around it.
I don’t know about everyone else but I LOVE MIRRORS AROUND THE BED (for some… reasons).
The room just like the cruise is really comfy and if anything romantic, almost as if it’s made just for couples.
Made me feel a little worse for being single.
Anyway I’ll blog more about the rest of the ship soon.
I’m going shopping now.
There’s actually a sale on board the ship now.