All that sunbathing and swimming will make a cruise passenger hungry and thirsty, so thankfully on Deck 11 is the Windjammer Cafe and Jade Sushi and Asian-fusion cuisine. Serving buffet-style breakfast and lunch (usually until around 3:00 p.m.), it is easy to walk into the Windjammer (make sure to cover up as no swimsuits are allowed), load up a plate and head right back out to your lounge chair to continue soaking up the sun rays.

On the last sail day, the chefs of the Windjammer thanked all the passengers by baking a huge cake for the passengers to munch on...

Of course there are those passengers who remain dedicated to their fitness routine even on a Caribbean cruise. The Vitality at Sea Spa and Fitness Center, (purposedly located at the opposite end of the ship from the Windjammer Cafe?), the fitness center has dozens of the most modern exercise equipment to work off all those calories...
and even a boxing ring if you would like to learn to box...

My preferred way of burning off those calories was to just stroll the jogging track on Deck 12 and gaze out at the beautiful blue Caribbean. Here's a view of the track with the beautiful island of Haiti in the background as we sail into Labadee.

I'll finish my tour of the ship in the next post.

All photos in this blog post were taken by my husband and me during our Caribbean cruise in May, 2014

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