Another sail-by. Well, sail-through really. The weather was damp and cool when I woke up and stayed that way all day. We arrived at Milford Sound about 9:00 and sailed from one end to the other. I remembered the two big waterfalls from my last visit with Angie. We travelled at a stately pace through the fjord, with the tall mountains on either side. It was too dull to see the glaciers high up in the mountains. People saw seals, but I didn't. There were lots of kayaks on the water.
We were in the fjord for about 2 hours. Then we were back in the open sea for our journey to Dunedin. Men lost in Battle of the Sexes. It's more fun on this leg. It was too wet and windy for quoits, so Yvonne gave me a manicure and then some of us went to play on the Wii's. Yvonne and I played 10 pin bowling (she won), then we played tennis and I won 2 to 1.
After that Barbara and I laid by the Crystal Pool (they'd closed the roof in Sydney) and the pool was like a wave pool!
Lost the IQ by 1 point, the Pub Quiz by 1 point and the Syndicate Quiz by 2 points.
The Queen names P&O's newest ship Britannia today, although it'll be yesterday for us as we're 13 hours ahead of the UK at moment. I'm looking forward to a weeks cruise to Norway with Angie on her in July. Britannia that is, not the Queen!