Sea-legs = Saddle-butt

I went on a cruise a couple weekends ago. This cruise to be exact.

This was both my first multi-day cruise and my first time leaving the 48 continental states. So I had absolutely no clue what to expect.

It was 5 days 4 nights to the Bahamas and back. I spent one day at the port of Nassau and one day on a private island. There were quite a few bands playing around the clock. I thoroughly enjoyed myself.

That is until I started going stir-crazy from the confinement. By day 4, I was ready to be home. I’ve decided that I am going to look for 3 day cruises in the future.

Once I was on dry land, I learned what “sea-legs” are. I was actually quite concerned that it would affect my ability to ride my motorcycle. Typically, when your equilibrium is compromised, you’re advised to not get on a motorcycle. However, it didn’t phase me at all. Apparently, if your sea-legs aren’t touching the ground, the equilibrium goes back to normal. I’m not sure if that is normal for most people, or if I am just a freak of nature. At any rate, I’m not complaining.

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