Compared to other types of vacations, cruises are usually very, very reasonable. It never ceases to amaze that you can travel on a cruise for as low as $50 per night and that price includes food you don’t have to cook and a bed that you don’t have to make. It makes you wonder if you could live cheaper permanently on a cruise than you do at home. Perhaps.
One of the hidden costs of a cruise is getting there. Unless you live near the port from which the ship ... [read more]
Date:February 9th, 2007
Even though they are a money drain and even though you have to tell them to clean their rooms a million times a week, your kids still probably bring a special joy to your life. While undoubtedly there have been times when you have thought of nothing else but a cruise without the kids, the fact remains that having the little ones along for the ride can be an awful amount of fun.
Teaching children about the wonders of travel at an early age is a very important thing. It will open ... [read more]
Date:January 5th, 2007
Bermuda is cricket matches and neighborhood pubs, afternoon high tea and regimental guards – all blended with sunny island charm. Hear it in the rhythm of calypso music. See it in the pastel-painted cottages. Feel it in the soft pink sand under your feet.
Home to the triangle, white sandy beaches and plenty of rum, this popular cruise stop is only a hop, skip and jump away from mainland North America. A top wedding, honeymoon, golf and scuba-diving destination, this island’s a place for fun in the sun. The list of actitives continues ... [read more]
Author: Miss Julie
Date:December 24th, 2006