OUR FINAL DAY ONBOARD THE PACIFIC EDEN. A SAD DAY, BUT IT MEANS WE ARE HEADING TO BALI IN A FEW DAYS
Wakey, wakey rise, and shine. It’s breakfast time. It’s now day 11 and everything is becoming the same. So went for something light, a three egg omelette with ham, cheese, and mushroom but this time with a sausage and some toast to break it up a bit.
OUR FINAL QUIZ WITH ENTERTAINMENT DIRECTOR BEN
So as you can see below, but the two of us all cruise. And with a potential score out of 35 we hit a very respectable 24. We missed out on a couple of points we knew but couldn’t recall in time. But hey ho, we didn’t want a P&O slap wristband anyway.
We wanted coffee and cake for 4. I’ll let you do the math.
THE CROSSING OF THE EQUATOR CEREMONY
We didn’t know what to expect from this one. Was it going to be something professional and informative, or just a reason to have some fun?
So with two $9.50 thick shakes later we took a stroll to the oasis adult only deck. It was evident immediately it was going to be a very comical affair.
Lasting 30 minutes I will spare you the detail. But to say it involved surgeons, a fish and a very scantly cross dressed security guard.
OH LAST SUPPER, AT THE DRAGON LADY
We loved the Dragon Lady out of the two specialty restaurants on board. With that, we had to try a bit of everything. So we ordered 3 starters and 4 mains with rice.
You can see the starters below. You have corn fritters, duck samosas, and some paper rice roll. Something that back home you would be paying upwards of about £100 for the whole meal.
Dish of the night for me, the soft shell crab!
OH, SECOND SIT DOWN COMEDY SHOW. THIS TIME WITH MR. HUNG LEE
So Hung is a Vietnamese who settled in Australia back in the ’70s. OMG, his act was full of laughs. Tina was in hysterics!!
We went to say hello after the show. Only to have an American come up threatening him because he made a gun joke aimed at Americans. The guy was obviously drunk and had made a remark to another guy during the cruise.
The last night couldn’t be complete without a proper burger from the grill.
You had the entertainment crew having what looked like there own party on the lido deck.
I had been eying up the grill all cruise. Saving myself for the final night. $3 is all this beast cost. But the cheeky blighted put a gherkin within, tut tut tut. I took a bite and the little bleeder put one under the burger. Naughty P&O Chef!