Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog)

What message does the narrator convey through their incident enjoying "divine pleasure" after great supper?

in novel ''three men in boat'' refred to chapter-10 

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The message would be that one does not always have or receive what one wants. Dinner was a "divine pleasure" after such an exhausting day..... but the sleeping arrangement dampen the pleasure.