Sea Day! We woke up early and had breakfast at Triton’s. Then we went back to our room to get ready for the day. We took our time and hung out in our room until it was time for lunch. Right back to Triton’s for lunch! Then we went to the Buena Vista Theatre to see Coco. I’d seen it once already but CSP hadn’t seen it yet. Disney cruises show all their current releases in the big theatre on the ship. It’s an awesome way to see new movies without paying extra! Also, on sea days the pools are PACKED so good luck getting a chair in the shade! Back to the movie…I secured our seats and CSP went up on deck to get us drinks. He brought me back a surprise Dole Whip! I was so excited! I’d never had one and had been looking forward to trying one on this cruise.
It was SO yummy!!!
After the fabulous Coco we went down to the Future Cruises desk. We already had our cruise booked for January 2019, but we were able to re-book it onboard and save a ton of money plus we will receive a $200 onboard credit when we sail now. Yay!!!
Once we had our next cruise sorted we went up to the Quiet Cove Cafe to officially meet Laci and Rusty for drinks. We all got along famously and before we knew it, it was time to go get ready for dinner! Time flies when you’re having fun for sure! We made a quick pit stop in Crown and Fin Pub on our way back to our room.
Dinner tonight was at Animator’s Palate.
We were seated at table 51. You have the same table number every dinner, and the same service team, just in a different restaurant each night! Love how Disney does this! Tonight was formal night so we got all dressed up (which is one of my favorite parts of cruising- getting dressed for dinner). Our servers were Alit from Bali and Kwan from Thailand. You can see Alit in the picture above and I’ll show you Kwan later. We just LOVE them both!
Tonight during dinner they dimmed the lights and put on an animated show and then CSP’s favorite Sorcerer Mickey came through the dining room!!!
After dinner we went up to our room to get ready for bed.
Each night we’d come home to a fabulous towel animal, chocolates, and the next day’s Navigator (a newsletter showing you what goes on during each day of the cruise). About 1 am I woke up and saw that Laci had texted me while we were asleep. I answered her and before I knew it, her daughter was at our door delivering a case of Evian water and some goodies! We were able to text at sea via Disney’s Cruise app, so no extra charges. Yay!