The most important thing about going on a cruise is that you can just be sailing on the sea, away from the hustle and bustle of a fast-paced society and be UN-CONTACTABLE. Hohoho
Other than the rock climbing, what I enjoyed was to take photos of the entire experience. Find a day to catch the magic moment! It is usually at 7.20pm where the sun is almost setting. 🙂
Here are the shots captured during the magic hour.
This second shot is a tad overexposed. Pardon me, I am just an amateur.
And then there are other shots that I took on the sea. 🙂
It is just so relaxing looking at them all over again. I miss the cruise! 🙂
Not forgetting, the last show that the crew on board prepared for all the guests on Royal Caribbean.
Lastly, here is the schedule of our cruise provided by Royal Caribbean.
This was our contact point. They replied to our queries really quickly.
ROYAL CARIBBEAN CRUISES (ASIA) PTE LTD
3 Anson Road #13-02 Springleaf Tower S(079909)
Email: APACRes@rcclapac.com | Tel: 6305 0033
The entire trip was around SGD$600 for the two of us and there is free flow of food. We think it is pretty worth it. Feel free to drop me a message if you need any other info on my Royal Caribbean tour! ^^