The second part of my Agent Education training took place on the beautiful, "reimagined", Disney Magic®. Disney Cruise Line® has four ships. The Disney Wonder® (our family is sailing on it for spring break) and the Disney Magic® are the two "classic" ships. They are older and smaller, but very pretty with excellent service. The Disney Dream® and the Disney Fantasy® are the two newest ships. They are considerably larger and have lots of neat interactive experiences and a slightly broader range of activities.
Anyway, I went to the show again in the evening and had a delicious dinner. Then I got ready for pirate night (ok, I put on the provided bandana) and went out to the top deck. The pirate show was cute and the fireworks were really neat, but I left a bit early because I had to be ready for the Castaway Cay 5k in the morning
I met up with the 5k group at 8:15 and we walked to the starting line. Most people were not off the ship yet, so I got many nice pictures of the island. The 5k is a casual Run Disney® event. The course takes runners all around the island, but there aren't many water views (it is run in the interior). It was pretty warm that day, but Disney had plenty of water stations. The 5k was a lot of fun and a great way to start the day.
Serenity Bay was uncrowded and there were plenty of umbrellas and chairs. I thought it would be too cool to get in the water, but it was actually ok. I got in twice and saw some huge starfish and a handful of colorful other fish.
I had lunch at the bbq at Serenity Bay and enjoyed visiting with other agent education program participants. I had to go back to the ship in the late afternoon for a wrap-up session and then I got ready for the show and dinner. I even went out after dinner and enjoyed the guitarist in the Irish pub. :)
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