Hi ho, hi ho! Sebastian here to share with you what I have been doing the last few days. I went in search of pirates and you are going to be impressed with how diligent I was in my effort. Let me begin by saying I’m sure Ginger has her own take on things and surely she’ll get her turn but I am here to tell you the important things.
I know that pirates are usually on a ship so I figured I needed to find a big ship. And I did. It was a beee-eau-ti-ful one. It’s called the Disney Dream. Can you love a ship? If you can, I think I fell in love! How appropriate that I am telling you about this on Valentine’s Day. What timing!
Let me take you on a quick tour of my ship. I know it doesn’t look like your ordinary pirate ship but I had it on good authority that there were pirates on board and I intended to find them! This was my mode of transportation.
This is a view of the upper decks. No pirates here!
Below is another mode of transportation on the Dream. It’s called the AquaDuck. Being the savvy bear that I am, I didn’t test this out personally. I sent my minions to make sure it was free of pirates.
The deck at night. Ah-h-h.
Now for a few glimpses of the inside. Here’s the overhead light in the Atrium. Pirates really know how to travel don’t they?
Here I am checking the life preserver to make sure it is in working order. I deemed it sea worthy.
Not sure what this is for. Ginger says it’s for swimming in but why would you swim in this when you have a whole ocean just over the rail?
I thought this was an indicator of where the pirates were on board but I was told it was some sort of dial that tells you where the current lift is located. I watched this area for ages and ages for pirates. I wish someone had told me that sooner!
My onboard accommodations. Sh-h-h-h. Don’t tell anyone!
Here’s a view of the inside. I thought I was going to have this all to myself but alas, I had to share with my minions.
As long as I am showing you around, I thought you might like to see this place. It is called the Enchanted Garden restaurant.
And this one is called The Royal Palace. Look really close and you might see some glass slippers surrounding the light.
I saw this every day while on board. It is a tiled mural. Pirates know how to travel!
I was told this was a water play area for children, but I think that is a euphemism for little pirate sea training.
With all these things to see I almost forgot my mission, but no worries
after I survived my first day at sea, I knew I was ready to continue with my search. I’ll be back with Part 2.
love & hugs -