Monday, 6 October 2014


My Aunty got a great surprise to see us all waving her goodbye. She was even more surprised when we said we were going with her. 
We boarded the great Rhapsody of the seas cruise liner. 
We settle down and had some lunch and we didn't leave the harbour until eight that night. 

Watching Sydney from the back of the ship was incredible. 

The liner had great entertainment delicious food and great company. Unfortunately with all the big ours are pretty network leading up to the cruiseI found Saturday was a great day for sleeping. 

I had a huge headache but wasn't sure if it was the cocktails I drank the night before or the lack of sleep I had had leading up to the cruise. 

When entertain the first night of the band from Melbourne called the Aussie boys. FaceTime a number of Australian songs and entertained us with their human nature like moves. The second night entertainment was the piano man. 

It was a great cruise and I'm sure I'll think about going on another one another time. 

I didn't take many photos of the trip here are a few you. 

Me, my uncle, my mum my auntie. 

The ship near the harbour bridge


Leaving the harbour

Waiting for the show to start

A yummy cocktail

My dad and uncle beside the pool

Selfie is on the deck

My auntie and uncle celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a song over dinner. The waiters sang happy anniversary during dinner. 

Now I have two years to plan my parents 50th wedding anniversary. 


  1. Looks like a wonderful way to celebrate 50 years together. Gosh that's a long time! Congratulations to the happy couple.

  2. Sounds like a wonderful trip. How nice to spend the time together.

  3. What a great way to celebrate. I love cruising.
    Perhaps another one for YOUR parents is on the cards. :)

  4. A lovely way to celebrate a 50th anniversary. Glad you got to enjoy some of it. Headaches are annoying that way, they always come around when you have time to relax. Hugs.....

  5. Great photos looks like you all had a ball


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