Setting up for the on deck "BBQ"
some of the seating and a yet to be filled dessert table
Chef Jes making sure things are just so
Photographing the photographers
Oh look! Desserts.
Booring, wheres the pig?
More non bbq foods
I guess as there was no pink champagne on the ice we were not all prisoners here of our own device
Im getting sticky just looking at this
Mmm mini cheesecake to go with the mini reubens :(
Some kind of cherry creation
Keeping it simple with chocolate
Then making it complex
More sugary goodness
Some of the same food that's normally served at the sky grill for lunch, hot dogs, chicken, burgers and wee steaks
This seemed to similar to the Balclutha (http://www.nps.gov/safr/historyculture/balclutha.htm) in San Francisco to interest me.
Mariehamm was a glance or two of quaint fishing village but not much else
The starving masses attack the buffet with lightning speed. Well maybe not attack and definitely not quickly
There we go. The suckling pig that some on cruise critic didn't think existed. I was very happy that the passengers left the best parts for me. The staff that was eyeing them, not so much.
For any on deck event, arrive early - better seating, and you can finish before something like this happens
A little precipitation to add to the ambiance.
As the rain held off until the very end of the BBQ entertainment was like the gate changing plane in the movie "Airplane" Show will be inside, show will be outside show will be...