Although I sometimes felt trapped on the boat due to the people and lack of running surfaces, I did have to marvel at this "floating city"
Little Dirt Dawg became an expert traveler, navigating the airports, tender access, trains, taxis, and shuttles like a pro. He is currently in negotiations with Frommer's to write a kids book to traveling.
Running with Dirrty Girl for the first time in quite some time was pretty awesome, even if all she wanted to talk about was boobs and the effects of running on them.
OK. So, I had to run around a 240 meter track every morning. With views like this, it made it a bit more tolerable.
Ridiculously expensive, Atlantis nevertheless had a pretty sweet aquarium for the kids to check out.
While Dirrty Girl and Little Dirt Dawg went off on a pirate adventure, Dirrty Feather and I enjoyed some treats on the island of Antigua.
Of course, no vacation on a boat would be complete without the requisite "family photo". Believe me, this one was the best of the bunch.