Being another sea day we had breakfast downstairs then returned to the room to start packing. I had mine done quickly, but Christine spent the rest of the morning carefully pressing her clothes into the suitcase then adding to mine. We had lunch from the Neptune Lounge, though I had to go upstairs as their supply of sandwiches had run out. We then went to the strings concert and retired to our room where Christine watched some birds catch the flying fish which seemed quite prolific in this area between Cuba, Haiti and the Bahamas.
We got ready for our last dinner which, true to form, was most enjoyable then listened t part of a strings concert before going to the showroom for a performance by an English pianist. He was very good and quite the showman.
Back to the room to put away the last of our finery and place the cases outside for delivery to the dock in the morning.
Tomorrow promises to be a long day with a transfer to the airport and roughly four hour flights to Toronto and Edmonton, hopefully ending with Fiona picking us up at the Edmonton International.