It has been another quiet day so much so that as we write after dinner at 6:30 p.m. it is silent on the ship. When the dinner tray arrived a peep along the corridor showed around 20 trays. At breakfast there were over 100. During the day, as silently as the virus arrived, passengers have left. One is informed in writing that you will receive the knock on the door at a certain time. That is when you go!
Apparently the flights are chartered, are parked on a remote part of the airport and planes are shuttling back and forth to various locations. The coaches that take us to the airport take us straight to the plane. We do not go into the terminal. We prepare to go to our plane around 10:30 p.m. and should be in London tomorrow afternoon.