Unfortunately it looks like I can’t send picture over email to my blog, but I will try to upload a few when we are in port. Anyway, the only thing I have to take pictures off is water.
Also if you comment on my blog I will receive an email prompting me to "approve" your comment, but I don't have internet so I can't actually see your comment or approve it so it won't shows up on my blog. I love to hear from everyone, but just email instead (email@example.com)
Most everyone has recovered from being sea sick now, but I hear we can get land sick! I guess if you get too used to being on the ocean, the land can feel very strange. But I wouldn’t say I’m used to the motion yet. Its kinda like being in a fun-house 24/7. One of the strangest feelings is going up the stairs and feeling incredibly light for a few steps and then very heavy for a few more as the ship bobs up and down. Last night we hit a little rough patch and stuff was falling off our night stand and desk all night. I’m kinda looking forward to a storm. Being on the second deck means that the waves are right below our window, it feels like I could step right out into them.
I started work study today and I will be working to increase enrollment on the next two voyages, as well as increase donations to SAS as part of my job as an Alumni Development Assistant. There are eight other students along with our leader and his fiance, its a fun group!
Classes have been going well too, and I'm meeting so many new people!
Fun fact: the MV Explorer (our ship) is the fastest cruise ship in the world! (But we will never go that because it wastes a lot of fuel).