Monday, September 26, 2011

SuperStar Virgo 6D5N - Day 5 and Day 6

This will be the final post on SuperStar Virgo.

My previous posts on SuperStar Virgo:
**SuperStar Virgo 6D5N - Day 1
**SuperStar Virgo 6D5N - Day 2 and Day 3
**SuperStar Virgo 6D5N - Day 4

Laguna Redang Resort
Laguna Redang Resort

Day 5

Because I had too much to drink the night before, I woke up late and we didn't have our breakfast. We only made it for our time slot to get off the ship to Redang. So, we had our brunch in Redang.

Apparently, our ship stopped in the middle of the sea and we had to take a boat from the ship to the island. Traveling on a boat with an empty stomach = BAD IDEA. I was feeling queasy and as soon as we reached Redang, I went to the toilet to puke and I felt so much better after that.

The view of SuperStar Virgo from the beach
The view of SuperStar Virgo from the beach at Laguna Redang Resort (Picture taken from my iPhone)

The boat took us to Laguna Redang Resort. After so many days with limited or no access to internet at all, Ryan and myself spent a lot of time with our iPhone once we got our 3G. Both of us actually just sat there minding our own business not talking to each other which was really funny.

Lunch at Laguna Beach Resort
Busy updating myself with the world after lunch

We then proceeded to the resort bar for drinks. I realized that I had everything in red that day. My dress was red, my bag was red and my cocktail was red. I just had to ask Ryan to take a picture.

With my Bloody Mary
Me in my red dress, red bag and my Bloody Mary

We got back to the ship at 5pm and chilled out at the pool deck. We didn't go to the inclusive restaurant for dinner. Ryan was getting bored of going to the same restaurant and so he suggested Japanese at Samurai.


Day 6
Woke up in the morning. Got ready. Packed our stuff and left our luggage outside our cabin for baggage collection. We then went for our breakfast at Bella Vista.

The final round of the progressive trivia was quite tough. We got second place. So, no medal for us. :(

We then went to collect our passports from the reception counter. As there was nothing much to do, most of the passengers were outside enjoying the view as we sailed into Singapore.

Arriving Harbour Front
Arriving Singapore

Balcony class passengers had a different disembarkation venue. The disembarkation process was easy. As we got priority, we didn't have to wait long for our baggage as well.

I really enjoyed the cruise.

***All photos are photographed by Ryan Chew unless stated otherwise.

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