Sea days are often the best days on a cruise. With nothing scheduled and no early wake up times for shore excursions, it’s easy to relax. Today started with surprisingly rough seas, which made the tread mill and interesting exercise, sort of like working out in an elevator. The seas also scared a lot of passengers away from the dining room at lunch, but not us.
The seas calmed after we turned the corner into the Bay of Biscay. We shared out afternoon canapés with Martin and Emilio, as Audrey wasn’t feeling well. Then we enjoyed some flamenco guitar in one of the lounges and, after dinner in the dining room, caught a very good revue featuring the ship’s company and orchestra.