I like to have a drink during their happy hour, which starts at 4 o'clock. It was usually very busy in the Deck 3 lounge, but quiet in the Crows Nest. The drinks are two for one, but each drink has to be the same - for instance, if you order a double spiced rum, then the other drink has to be a double spiced rum. And if you order a diet coke, then the other drink has to be a diet coke.
After dinner, I went to the Queen's lounge to save a seat for the other couple. They wanted to go to the early show, and I wanted to go to the later one, so I saved them seats. It was interesting in the Queen's lounge - lots of people dress up for Halloween. They had singing, dancing and games, with lots of people getting involved.
In the Vista lounge, there was also a Black/White dance, where you could dance with the officers from the ship. The front seats were set back, and this turned into a small dance floor. Lots of cruisers were watching. Everyone who was dancing was very well dressed - some ladies were in white, but lots of other colours.
Dessert was served in the hallways - they had lots of desserts, but no place to sit.
I ate leaning against a bar, with lots of people around.
A good celebration, especially if you like to dance.
Photos belong to Phil Bianco and Dorothy Lloyd.