Before you read the last chapter of Cassie and John’s wedding adventure, make sure you’ve caught up with their past chapters first! :)
Remember in the last post when I said all the wedding guests got cute door decorations? This was our door!! I had way too much fun with that message board, as shown below! :) The drawing on the right (or should I say masterpiece on the right?) was in celebration of pirate night on the ship.
Disclaimer : This photo may make the fireworks look much more exciting than they really were. Just sayin’.
The pool was so cute. Not cute enough to get me to swim in a public pool, but still cute. ;)
Message on the left was in lieu of our day at sea, and can you figure out the one on the right? We left to do a group shot of everyone on the back of the boat. :) I know what you’re thinking… I should have been an animator!
Another restaurant on the Disney Wonder, Parrot Cay.
The show on the final night of the cruise was Disney Dreams, which I guess has won some awards and such for cruise entertainment. You may remember from last week that one of my biggest pet peeves is when adult actors are cast to play children. (You know what I mean- When actors break out the nasal baby voice? Exactly.) So when the main character of this night’s show was introduced, I was pretty sure I was gonna hate it.
But it was actually really cute! And Anne Marie didn’t bug me too much… :)
So the whole show was really impressive with the sets and seamless changes between stories, but then this part happened. The whole time, Peter Pan is trying to get Anne Marie to believe in her dreams and fly and all that Disney goodness. At the end of the musical, however, instead of trying to have Anne Marie practice flying, oh, I dunno, in the nursery like in the real Peter Pan, he just takes her outside and convinces her to jump off the roof! I wanted to yell “Don’t do it, Anne Marie!” But she did. And she flew. Whew! Talk about being on the edge of your seat! The other awkward part about this scene was that since they didn’t put a spotlight on her once she flew, she just kinda flung around, back and forth, in the dark. Really, Disney?
Spoiler alert: Anne Marie learns to believe in magic, doesn’t kill herself, and we all learn that dreams do come true! Huzzah!
Since it was our last night on the ship, we just walked around after all the guests had gone to bed and took more photos. ‘Cause that’s what we do. :) How do you like our family portrait?
A view of the lobby from the top floor.
My favorite part of the ship- The shops! :)
Cassie, thank you so much for letting us tag along on your adventure! We had a blast. :)