We don’t have many nautical miles under our belt but we know enough to say that Caribbean ports are generally easier to navigate on foot than European ones. I’m sure there’s a logical reason for that, namely that you will be greeted by sleepy beaches and/or walkable beach towns vs. […]
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We had scheduled one final soirée in London. It was to be the night before we would make the transatlantic journey through the air to get back home after three weeks abroad. It was one last chance to live it up together in London town. Much had happened since we […]
Maybe it’s because I too long to write stories for young people like A. A. Milne did, thus becoming, like him and his Winnie-the-Pooh books, a small but meaningful part of the childhoods of countless kids. Or maybe it’s because I generally adore childhood so damn much or because Piglet, […]
Craft Beer at Sea (How Carnival Cruise Line’s Red Frog Brewery Is Changing The Cruise World) Corporate life, by definition, doesn’t lend itself to entrepreneurial endeavor. There are brainstorming sessions, committees, think tanks, cost benefit analysis charts, a SIPOC, and meetings about meetings about other meetings. There is all of […]
If you’re anything like me, you crave at least a modicum of solitude while traveling, a temporary reprieve from the masses and their selfie sticks. When we took the Carnival Sunshine cruise to the southern Caribbean last fall we knew ahead of time we’d require one of the three ports […]
Carnival Cruise Line’s newest ship was recently named and is scheduled to set sail in early 2018. The Carnival Horizon will build upon Carnival Vista’s hi-tech fun (IMAX theater, SkyRide), themed suites, environmental efficiency, and its bright, open spaces that better connect passengers to the sea, to produce what promises […]