I Love It When We’re Cruising Together – Part III


After sailing all night – and keeping ourselves occupied by watching various movies, including, but not limited to: X-Men:First Class, The Green Lantern, Thor, Gulliver’s Travels, The Social Network and others – yeah – there was a marathon of movies on all night long – we arrived in Freeport, Bahamas.

Now, I apologize in advance for the next few pictures. My husband seems to have sort of a mild crush on me. *Ahem*

Debarking the ship

One of the vendors in the marketplace


First picture of adoration


Conch Fritters!


I have a rather sexy husband, if I do say so myself.


Image of the marketplace from the lido deck


Since we opted not to do any excursions on this island, we didn’t have much to do. I saw a lot of things that I could have purchased, but didn’t really need to. And the pact that we made before going on this cruise, was not to come back with a lot of junk. So, nothing was purchased here in Freeport. Well, nothing except the conch fritters and a good ol’ Pepsi!

We went back through the boarding process and went to our stateroom to change clothes and do some more exploring of the ship and eat lunch.

Lunch time happiness


The Atlantic Ocean


Us enjoying the deck while sailing out of Freeport


Mr. Nicholes enjoying the ocean air


The required staircase photo


After doing our required walking around – which by the way allowed us to find the kids section of the ship, which was WAYYYYYYYYY in the back LOL! – we went ahead and got ready for dinner. We decided to dress up a little bit, not formal, but dressy, and I got to wear the orange skirt that I made for myself that evening. I also paired it with an orange flower and brown ring that I won from a giveaway that Answering The Call of Beauty sponsored. I got TONS of compliments on the entire outfit, and I have to admit that I felt pretty cute. But, before we went to dinner – I did stop by the ships’ spa to get a nail polish change that cost a whopping…..wait for it…..wait….wait….wait….$19. Yes. That’s nineteen one dollar bills. And it was shoddy at best. Oh well, I know never to do that again. While I was getting my nail polished changed, the Mr. decided to go and attend a comedy show while he waited. We agreed to meet back up for dinner, and this is what we looked like:

Dinner was FANTASTIC! It was nice to have an upscale meal without having to worry about a cover charge.

Required couples photo

One more for the road


Our Stateroom - I'll explain the towel animal in another post


Well, that’s the end of the second day. Stay tuned for the third day tomorrow!

~Make It A Fantastic Day!


  1. Whitney says:

    Between, you Aisha and ini I am seriously cruising for a…well… Cruise! Glad you all had fun, and I totally get the sleeping! It’s a rare occurrence so you took full advantage in indulging yourselves. And what is a conch fritter? Fried fish?

  2. glamazini says:

    I’m so happy for ya’ll! I know ya’ll needed that sleep, I hope you did like I do and pass out on deck somewhere, wake up and ain’t got a thang to do! Best. Thing. Ever. 🙂

    • The Houseful says:

      That’s my FAVORITE picture of us from the trip! We were like newlyweds all over again! The realization that we had all of this time for just each other was amazing! And we even got to spend a couple of hours apart and didn’t feel bad. Thanks for stopping by.

    • The Houseful says:

      K. Rock – we so did. I know that if we were to do this cruise again – we’d stay on the ship. It was that boring. Kind of like a flea market – but that’s also because we didn’t do any excursions.

  3. MELISASource says:

    I love your photos!! How wonderful to have a chance to get away from it all on a cruise!! I have yet to go on a cruise–it’s on my list of ‘things to do before I turn 40’! -Thanks for sharing!

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