After our Tru Bahamian Food Tour, we relaxed in our room before we got ready for a night of pirate festivities! Pirates IN the Caribbean is a regular themed night on Disney cruises. Costumes are encouraged and the night concludes with fireworks and a late night buffet!
Prior to the cruise, I bought some Pirate accessories from Amazon.com. I got a costume set that included a red sash, vest, eye patch, pirate belt, and a bunch of fake daggers and a toy gun. The gun even made a noise when you pulled the trigger!To make Steve’s outfit, I took an old white t-shirt of his and cut it up so that the edges were raggedy. I myself wore a dress I already had. Ta, da, our first costumes in about a decade! I hope it looked ok. I have seen some pretty cool costumes for Pirate Night – but I just didn’t have the room to pack anything more elaborate!
Our rotational dinner tonight was back at Lumiere’s, however the menu was different from the first night we dined there. It was entirely a Pirate-themed meal!Mom and Dad didn’t have outfits but Gerado kindly lent lamisil online pharmacy them his Mexican pirate look. Jimmy pulled the look off well! Maddie and I had a good time playing pirate selfie!!
Dinner had a distinctive global theme with a Caribbean twist.During our dinner, the servers put on another show for us! Music started, flags were waving, and they were all marching around. I realize I don’t really have a picture inside of Lumiere’s yet…so here it is. Aside from the Beauty and the Beast-themed mural in the back, it looks just like a traditional wedding banquet hall. After dinner, we got our picture taken with the man of the hour himself, Pirate Mickey! We also ran into Pirate Chip n Dale! They are so cute! We went back to the stateroom to rest up before the deck party and fireworks…and here’s tonight’s towel animal!
Coming up…the Pirate Deck Party!!
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