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First Morning At The Dream Cruise Gentings

THE NEXT MORNING... 

We woke up and found ourselves in our own country and the ship was docked at Port Klang.  LOL.. We laughed at each other, joking that now we could just take our bags and leave the ship... but of course, we could not, our passports are withheld by the ship authorities, meaning there is no way anyone can just leave and go unless they rather forfeit their own passports.  However, anyone is allowed to leave the ship for the day tour in the Klang valley.  Of course, we did not.... we spent our time exploring and eating! LOL... 

After our Chinese/Western breakfast, we walked on the ship deck.  On every section, there are activities for whoever wants to join.  We did some exercise with the kids, did some HO HO HO and laughter section with the MC and at the swimming pool... till it got too hot for our skin.  Then it was back indoors again to eat and play.... 
From the deck of the ship, this is Port Klang jetty... 
Lots of walking to do... 
Outdoor screen for singing and dancing during the evening... 
Or maybe live band too... we did not find out... no time!
The comfortable lounges for the guests... 
Should be very nice in the evening... provided there is no rain... 
And then at the pool... 
Can anyone spot me??? LOL... 
Ohhhhh.. my kids will love this... 
Very fun!
Careful, Uncle!
Yes, very crowded... I did not even have the chance to wear my bikini!
Everywhere is People and more People.... 
The deck chairs were empty... not surprising due to our hot weather... 
And higher we went... this is the view... 
Wanted to do the Titanic icon... but couldn't find a perfect spot... 
Our poses... here and there... 

Comments

  1. So the ship authority hold on to your passports? Ok, that is a tip for me as I have never been to cruise before, may it be local or international. Understand on why they are holding it.

    A golden goose? Why a goose??

    Love the view of the deck.

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    1. Yes, I am also wondering why is there a golden goose there.

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  2. Yes, yes...I can spot you! Can you spot me? Or at least someone with the same shape as me? Muahahahahaha!!!!

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  3. If I were to sit at those chairs, I will be darker and I will be mistaken by people for Malay liao, lol...

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  4. Wow!!! No need to EVER leave the ship with so many fun things to do like this! It is like an entire city!! Great pictures, I am really enjoying them. Because I have never been on a big ship. So big, I hope you had maps of the activities to find your way around.

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  5. I love the comfortable lounges for the guests, would be very enjoyable in the evening under the stars

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  6. Yes, can spot you. Must have a lot of time on the ship when others go tour the Klang valley for day tour.

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