Coronavirus cruise guests treated with Valentine’s Day gifts



The Diamond Princess passenger who tweeted out food items reviews aboard the ship quarantined for the deadly coronavirus outbreak is at it yet again — this time for Valentine’s Day.

American passenger Matthew Smith — who has incredibly managed his positive perspective even though caught for 10 days on the cruise ship off the coast of Japan — posted pics of Valentine’s Day gifts travellers gained from the Carnival Japan line.

“Valentine’s treats from Princess: Fitting that it was dim chocolate, which I like but my spouse does not, mainly because that way we could be in line with the Japanese follow of gals giving gentlemen chocolate on this day,” Smith tweeted. “How did Japanese adult males swing that?”

The shots display what seems to be like two bags of 70 percent-cacao dim chocolate and a solitary purple rose, between a couple other goodies.

But Smith mentioned the Valentine’s Working day supper was “not significantly romantic” in an additional tweet.

“Not significantly romantic, but continue to a delicious meal: shrimp and salad, coq au vin, Japanese shrimp and veggies, and chocolate mousse (and pink a thing) for dessert,” Smith reported of the meal, served in takeout containers.

The chocolate mousse cake was shaped like a coronary heart.

Seemingly, the ship’s captain also tried using to set passengers in a loving mood.

“The captain just read through us a poem for Valentine’s Day. It sounded acquainted,” Smith wrote in a third tweet. “Turn[s] out it was 1 Corinthians 13:7.”

Lawmakers have sought to evacuate Smith and more than 400 other American travellers on the ship — which observed 44 new coronavirus situations documented on Thursday.