The menu was similar to Starbucks. I did not have a drink package, but if you did have a premium package this would be included. I ordered an espresso.
Jim was out of his seminar and we went to the main dining room for lunch, then up on deck for our sail in to Malta.
Jim tried to sell my brother, Brian, on cruising with us to New Zealand. I think Jim is cuter than Vanna White. I really liked: 1) Not having to check towels in and out and 2). The blankets at night.
Would you eat this- Maltese rabbit?
We proceeded to the highest point Mother of Mary church. My guide had to stay behind to help a couple with their gear and told me to go on. I did.....but no one was at the church. I was lost and alone on a segway in Malta.
I turned to see my guide and the couple quickly going over the hill. No way I could catch them (The lead guide decided to skip the church and head back to base- he radioed her and she thought I was with him). I pulled in front of a police station. An officer was outside smoking a cigarette. I asked him if he knew where the segway shop was but he said "No" and went inside.
I was ready to go buy a post card and get on the ship. Jim wanted to see the town and ride the elevator up into the town. It was pretty cool. 1 euro up and free back down.
I was spent, and ready to get back on the ship. Malta 1 Karen 0.