Our second excursion this morning is up the Yangtze on a cruise ship with Tess Karlinski… apart from sharing the rules onboard and the sightings of other river traffic, Tess gets quite hot under the collar when faced with all the ships male crew members assembled for a drill… whoa Tess… #recommended
My apologies for the scarcity of photos in this post.
I awoke at 5:50 A.M. Outside, the weather appeared dull and overcast with a veil of hazy fog—not smog—I hoped. I called it misty because we were on the water after all. The previous night, we’d set sail around 10:00 p.m. but were stationary when Sue and I set off to breakfast.
Image Courtesy of RJ, Early morning mist
Sue had played with the alarm clock the night before, not sure how it worked. To her relief, it buzzed at 6:20 exactly as she’d set it. but we hadn’t needed it. I have no idea why we woke so early. Might it have been the low hum of engines stopping?
The shower tiny, but efficient and shoved into the corner of the small space, had a rounded, two-door closure, which met each other in the center for a…
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