S: Young Family Cruise 2010
1: Leaving port of New Orleans to board Carnival Triumph with 1000 other Cajuns from South Louisiana
3: KTDY Super Bowl Party
8: Noah and Shelby went to Build-A-Bear workshop at Camp Carnival.
9: The Key West Butterfly Museum | Only Tracy had a butterfly land on his shoe, a symbol of good luck.
11: Key West, Florida was our first port of call. The day was sunny and mild. Logan and Ethel are pictured above at the Southern Most point of the continental US.
12: Cruise Ship Fun. Shelby and Noah enjoyed the 2-story water slide. Noah actually went first, surprising his parents. The two would race each other all the way to the top to be first to slide down again.
14: The formal dining offered more than just better food, The staff performed funny musical numbers as well as towel puppetry for the kids and young at heart.
15: Of course, we come prepared with our own entertainment. Amusing to ourselves if not our neighbors.
22: Shelby and Noah enjoyed tracking our progress through the Gulf of Mexico to the Bahamas and then back. It was a favorite stop during the days on the boat. It helped being right next to the casino where everyone else was playing poker.
25: Noah enjoyed getting special animal towel treats from our room steward. The monkey was especially funny as it swung all day from the boat rocking in 20 foot seas the last day at sea.
26: Freeport, Bahama The weather was a bit windy and chilly to play in the water, but the kids had a good time in the sand.
28: Noah just could not keep up with all the walking while in Freeport, Bahamas.
32: The Super Bowl was telecast in several places on the ship. All the staff would pass and say, "who dat!". Even the announcer would end comments with the popular saying.
33: Atlantis Resort Nassau, Grand Bahama
34: Noah was most excited about the chance to meet a dolphin. Our dolphin, named Jill, was 48 years old! She was friendly and cooperative. Noah was not disappointed and wanted to do it all over again.
39: Nassau, Grand Bahama | February 9, 2010