We’re at Day 6 everyone! Glacier Bay National Park is possibly the most anticipated in this whole trip. We get to see glaciers and on top of that, we got fantastic sunny weather. It was a little chilly in the morning and I had to get into a few layers since I was stupid and brought a ton of t-shirts and a sweater, fall scarf and a zip-up cardigan. What can I say? I ended up doing a tank top, t-shirt, sweater, cardigan and scarf mix to accommodate the weather which I eventually took off the sweater by midday because it started heating up. It may sound like a lot but I was in my 3/4 yoga pants since I was going to do workout and whatnot. Still, we ended up running from the sun deck to the front of the ship that they opened up specifically for this area to take pictures and whatnot.
It was breathtaking! And, we heard the glacier shift. It was super far away and I barely saw it because I’m height challenged but it was this gigantic sound that just echoed in the wilderness.
This post, nothing much happens since we had fabulous weather and basically went in, did a turn and the captain took us for another turn because it was just so smooth. Bonus on the trip, always a great thing 😉
So, here we go! Some of the best shots that I took 🙂
If any of the shore excursions didn’t work for anyone, I’m positive that this was worth full ticket price. We were surrounded by some of the most pure and breathtaking scenery that I’ve ever seen. I may have grown up surrounded by snow in Montreal where its 6 months of the year in winter but nothing quite beats that moment where I heard the glacier crack and saw the ice in the water and the sun and landscape reflecting on the beautiful water. That feeling..I just can’t even describe! 🙂
For the rest of the day, we pretty much traveled back into non-snowy areas, heading for Icy Point Strait. I don’t have much pictures for the rest of the day. I probably saw a show, ate at the buffet because I was super tired of overeating, and working out like a beast like the rest of the trip before that. There was always a show in the evenings at the lounge and I’d sometimes see people I met there from previous days. Cruise life can be pretty routine as well but just so relaxing! 🙂
That’s it for Day 6! Check back next week for Day 7 at Icy Point Strait! 🙂