Not only were meals on the Disney ship fantastic, but meals off the ship were great too. We disembarked to enjoy the beach and swim in the Bahamas, and we also got some BBQ!
Grilled corn, veggie burgers, coleslaw and greek salad.
And I couldn't help but take a photo of the buffet decor. While we were plating.
Note that veggie burgers were aplenty all day long aboard the ship. Above is the veggie burger we ate as an afternoon snack several days. The veggie patty was a tasty blend of grains, black beans, corn and peppers. And Tuesday was soft pretzel day so we were sure to take advantage of that (if you look behind the veggie burger, you'll see Justin's pretzel).
We also took a moment to appreciate the carved watermelons at the late night snack bar.
I appreciated the watermelons so much that I failed to photograph the awesome late night crepe I got here. After many amazing days lazing at the spa, pool, and beaches of the Caribbean, it was time for our last dinner of the cruise. And here it is...
Salad with napa cabbage, seaweed, edamame, julienne veggies, and sesame seeds.
Seared ahi (my fave)!
Baked halibut in a minestrone broth.
And last but DEFINITELY not least... baked alaska. I was so excited to see this on the dessert menu and I was shocked that Justin hadn't heard of it before. The ice cream, yellow cake, and meringue make the perfect combo. And it never hurts to add some raspberry sorbet to it, as well :)