Traveling Through Paradise

MS Nieuw Amsterdam

~ The ms Nieuw Amsterdam ~
~ Caribbean Cruise November 7 - 21, 1999 ~


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November 9, 1999
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The second full day at Sea;
on our way to Puerto Rico ~ 9 Nov

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Mary & the Atlantic

~ Mary & the Atlantic, between Tampa and San Juan ~


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Food Demonstration

~ Entertaining the guests is part of a cruise. ~
On this windy day at sea, we were given a demonstration
of what can be created with fruit and vegetables.


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Carved Watermelon Flower

~ This lovely flower was carved from a watermelon! ~


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Vegetable Flowers


~ These flowers are made of fruits and vegetables! ~



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The Artists

~ These are the artists who created the pieces in the photos above. ~
The item in the center shows what can be done with marzapan.


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Dining Room

~ The beautiful dining room where wonderful food was served every night ~
And after dinner our waiter, Rachmat, served 'yummy' desserts.
Every night when he brought the dessert tray, he'd say, "It's Yummy Yummy time."



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Outward Bound

~ Outward Bound from Tampa to San Juan ~



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"She's a good old boat and she'll stay afloat
Through the toughest gales and keep smilin'
But for one more day she would like to stay
In the lee of Christian Island"
Gordon Lightfoot