Tag Archives: cruise ship

Share the Love Globally


One of the things I have benefitted from the most out of writing this blog for the past ten years is having the opportunity to meet and connect in person with some of my readers. How awesome is that! I … Continue reading

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Cruise Confidential…


A hit below the waterline by Brian David Bruns As most of my readers already know, I ended up in Italy after falling in love with an Italian Navigational Officer onboard a cruise ship. For six years I sailed around … Continue reading

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How many pairs of undies are enough?


In the last few weeks I have been organizing two trips and right now the first one is just around the corner. On Sunday I leave for the United States to join my husband for 10 days of cruising. I’m … Continue reading

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Cruise ships in Haiti


If you are a frequent reader of this blog, then you will know by now that I don’t just blog about Mama. In my travels throughout the Caribbean and Europe I have formed some “opinions” as an ESL teacher and … Continue reading

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Dinner with the Captain


Two charming Italian men and dinner on the waterfront, what more could a girl ask for? Last night we went out in Nassau, Bahamas with my favourite Captain (Placido). He is seated on the left and my husband is on … Continue reading

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Man overboard update


So here is what I have learned later today on the crew shuttle to the mall…the guy was fighting with his wife over a digital camera up on Lido deck and then he jumped! (alcohol may have been involved because … Continue reading

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Don’t rock the boat


It’s hurricane season once again and that means fun for everyone at sea. I’ve been sailing on ships since 2002 and have experienced a few episodes of stormy weather. In fact, while hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, Louisiana, I was … Continue reading

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