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Saturday, 24 March 2018

Dinner On 2nd Day On SuperStar Libra Cruise Ship - Port Klang

Since we didn't take lunch on the 2nd day on the cruise ship, we took a light afternoon tea. After that, we all had a short rest or nap in our individual cabin. For dinner, we chose Chinese cuisine and we were one of the early birds. The fruits, appetizers, salads, and soup were served buffet style but the four main courses were served by the servers.
 Four types of fruits
 Whole pears on the left and cut watermelon on the right.
 Cut pineapples on the left and cut dragon fruits on the right.
 Lettuce and carrots for the salad.
 Cucumber and cabbage
 Cabbage and green peas for the salad. I didn't take pictures of the salad sauces.
 2 types of appetizers. 
 My small servings of appetizer and salad.
 Soup - pork ribs and melon or squash.
 4 Main courses to go with white rice.
 Sweet sour pork
 Green veggie (siew pak choy) topped with oyster.
 A type of clams or lala.
 And this delicious steamed fish.
We requested for extra servings of this fish. Many gave good review for this steamed fish.
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After dinner, we went to deck 6 for a walk.
 Performers by some crew members at deck 4.
 Evening sky - 7.20 pm
Managed to catch a thin line of the setting sun.
 Enjoyed the sea breeze and very calm sea.
 Crew members having their off-time.
 7.30 pm - all guests have to be back on board by latest 8.30 pm.
 9 pm - Night view of the cruise terminal.
 Distance coastline
 Relaxing on the top deck.
 Gathering for card games, drinks & chit chatting.
 Supper time
Getting ready to leave Port Klang
 Departure time is 10 pm.
Heading towards the open sea.
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The following photos are for joining Saturday's Critters
Photo credit: Shirley Tsang
Thanks to my friend, Shirley for sharing these pictures with me.
She found 2 tiny chicks in a nest in her garden. 
Photo credit: Shirley Tsang
Just look at their wide opened beaks. Hungry chicks waiting for their mama.

Linking to Saturday's Critters.

Jesus replied, "I am the Bread of Life.

No one coming to me will ever be hungry again.

Those believing in me will never thirst.

(John 6:35, The Living Bible-TLB)

48 comments:

  1. Hello, wonderful images from your cruise. The food looks delicious. Lovely night time photos. Adorable captures of the cute chicks. Thank you for linking and sharing your post. I also appreciate your visit and comment. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!

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    1. Thank you, Eileen for hosting! Have a great day!

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  2. Cruises are such fun, and so much entertainment on this one. It's fun to watch baby birds and see their mamas feed them.

    Have a blessed and beautiful Saturday!

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    1. Especially fun when its our first time experience!

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  3. Lovely dinner. You feel so pampered when on a cruise. It's a good thing.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Really enjoy without a care. Eat, sleep, enjoy!

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  4. WOW, WOW Nancy. This cruise looks so great and the food looks OK for me. My wife & I are now eating bak choy , I think that's how you spell it. I steam them and after put a little salt and oil and wow, it taste great. I can't wait until your next blog about your cruise. See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. Thank you, Paul! I am glad to know you love bak choy!

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  5. Looks like a fantastic food layout, I remember from our cruise on the Mediterranean how much food there was, and what a great choice. Love all your photos and so glad Shirley shared her photo of the chicks with you. They are very sweet. Take care Diane

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    1. Thank you, Diane! Most of the meals, I didn't take pictures of the food because everyone was moving about getting food for themselves.

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  6. I can't remember ever seeing a white grand piano before!

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    1. This white piano really stands out!

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  7. I would enjoy all those courses and your pictures of the ship at night were super!

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  8. This is probably as close to a cruise as I will get!!!
    (ツ) from Cottage Country Ontario , ON, Canada!

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    1. I never dreamed that I would be on one!

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  9. The food is so abundant and fresh. And I love the night pictures with the beautiful light reflections. The baby birds are too adorable!! I hope their mama was on the way!

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    1. No complaints about the food. The bird mama was rushing back and forth bringing food for the hungry babies!

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  10. Me encanta tu día en el crucero. Besos.

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  11. Lovely post dear! Have a great weekend! xx

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    1. Thank you, dear! Have a great weekend too!

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  12. Love the evening sky and sea. So peaceful.

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    1. I started my dinner with a bowl of soup!

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  14. Me encanta tus fotos Nancy, estupendo viaje, que disfrutéis. Besos.

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  15. I like the photo of you and your hubby, nice!

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  16. As usual very interesting! Thanks a lot for sharing this post)

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  17. Apart from Chinese cuisine what other choices are available?

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    1. There are also Western, Vegetarian & Halal food, etc.

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  18. Now you have me all wondering just what in the world Dragonfruit is!! We went on an Hawaiian cruise a few years ago and it was great including the food but we didn't have anything like the steamed fish you had. That looks great. And again, great verse (I know they are all great).

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    1. The steamed fish was very well done! Have a happy day!

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  19. I am loving your cruise posts! We are going on an ALaskan cruise in September. It will be our first. Your food choices look delicious!

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    1. The Alaskan cruise sounds interesting. You will enjoy the cruise!

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  20. Must be really nice on the ship, with the ocean breezes around.

    Do those birds keep their mouths open the whole time while waiting for Mama?

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    1. I am missing the ocean breeze. I think that is the way they show they are hungry!

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  21. I guess on a cruise you can eat twenty- four hours a day if you want to!

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