I packed too many clothes, but if they weren’t on board with us, where would they be? Owning neither a permanent residence nor a storage unit means that anything not with us needs to fit into the hatch of our little Mercedes GLA250, and that’s full of the bulky winter clothes that we needed during our Covid winters in Canada.
I did laundry for just the third time in 4 weeks today, which is how I know we have too many clothes. Even with a full laundry bag, our closet is still full.
The free self-serve launderettes on each deck have European-style washers and dryers, with a baffling (to North Americans) range of pictographs.
Tonight we enjoyed good company (thanks A&K !) and good food at The Chef’s Table, where the Mexican-themed menu being presented was created by Chef Pia Quintana. Chef Quintana was a guest on our December 2019 Viking cruise, and did a couple of wonderful cooking demos for us (“You call THAT spicy?”) as well as developing several menus for Viking. If you’re interested in knowing a bit more about her, there’s a wonderful YouTube video of an interview she did in 2017 at Chef Pia Quintana
Instead of taking in the show in the theatre, we lingered late over dinner and then headed to the Torshavn Bar for music and a nightcap.
One more sea day to go before we reach Costa Rica and our next set of excursions.