by Maggie Sefton
I loved, Loved, LOVED cruising!! So much so, I can't wait to go again. That means I'd better start saving up for next year. :). As I said last week, I usually travel to far away places and explore, so I'd always assumed I wouldn't have enough time to visit new places on a cruise. Not true. Also, what I didn't know is how much I LOVE being at sea. Way out to sea, with no land in sight. I should have gotten a clue, considering how much I've always loved being on boats of every description. And I don't care if it's rough or smooth. Doesn't bother me at all. No seasickness ever. So now, I'm going to see how I can afford to go on a longer cruise with MORE days at sea next time, maybe a TransAtlantic cruise. I was on Holland America's Eurodam with 5 Star service, which really spoils you rotten.
Several of you shared your similar cruise enjoyment, and I found the comments fascinating, so I thought I'd repeat several here:
Cassie----Your Seven Seas Voyager cruise from Rome back to Florida, aft wandering around the Atlantic sounds wonderful. I'd love that.
Bernie----I've always enjoyed European river cruises, too. And I may have a chance to do one of those this Fall.
Debra---Cruising in South America, that's definitely enticing. There are so many countries to see. I visited Venezuela years ago and also went to Angel Falls. Beautiful.
Laura W---All those days at sea on your TransAtlantic cruise is exactly what I'd love.
Linda Mc---Oh, boy, cruising from Honolulu to Sydney sounds fantastic. I've always wanted to visit Australia. I really enjoyed visiting the Big Island of Hawaii a few years ago when a mysterym inference was held there.
Linda in MA---Yes, we had wonderful weather for exploring Old San Juan that Tuesday. What sort of training shop were you on---US Navy?
Anyone else like to share their cruising experiences?