There were times when it was too hot for us to sit out, and a couple of times it was too windy. On these occasions, it was nice to find somewhere quiet to sit. Sometimes we would read; on other times. I would sit and draw whilst Sue wrote or typed up her notes.
The first place we tried was the library. This was a lovely quiet room but unfortunately there were only three desks to work on. Also it could get quite hot in there with no air conditioning.
I was lucky enough to get a desk a few times and managed to capture images of some of the other people working or relaxing in there.
Eventually, we settled on the Spinnaker lounge; a large area on Deck 13, at the front of the ship. This was usually quiet most of the day, apart from when they had activities, such as dance classes or the daily quiz going on. Here, we could both get a table and I had a change of venue to draw the people relaxing there. We also had an excellent view of where we were going, although most of the time it was just the sea and sky.
,We spent several hours there Sue typing and myself sketching. It was a nice change to relax and, as with all cruise ships some areas can be rather crowded. As I enjoy sketching people this was an excellent venue.