While watching the television, my cabin darkened as if I had covered the window. Upon sitting up and looking out, I realized a wave had cleaned the outside of my window, problem solved. But that means the waves were at least 40 feet high.
After a light lunch, I spent the rest of the afternoon as I had spent the morning. Once we entered the waters around the out-lying Greek Islands, the winds diminished along with the rough seas. At the late seating for dinner, there were a good number of empty seats. I did taste the Beef Wellington, but after a few bites decided it would be best not to finish. One other table mate decided the same since the ship was still rocking some. Of course, the ship's movements had no effect on the 'Special Gems of the Sea'. When I decided I had finished, E ate the spinach from my plate and really wanted the beef, but felt guilty and returned it since no one would share it with her.
With less movement of the ship, it was easier to walk around the ship. While in the lounge, I joined two passengers from Los Angeles and a member of the entertainment staff. They inquired about the 'Gems of the Sea' since they had the experience of meeting E. During a Zumba class, E had arrived late, how unusual, and was doing her own routine. She repeated stated that the class was NOT Zumba since she did it on LA and was being taught incorrectly. When asked if she would like to lead the class, E declined and left.