I ended up having computer problems last night at my group. It wouldn’t turn on. It was frustrating, but thankfully my sister called this morning, and I’m grateful to say that we figured it out, and we don’t have to send it back like thought we might. My computer is my communication device, and sending it back would mean that I really couldn’t work for at least a few days while I waited on a loaner. But anyway, there are several things I need to get to today, so I’d better get started…
Today we are going to talk some more about cruises. To be honest, it’s a relatively short train, and I need to try to get this done and move on to some other things… Okay, we are going to be looking at why people who have never been on a cruise should go on one. Say you love vacationing at resorts. You go to a resort at least once a year. And you may have thought of going on a cruise, but have never actually made the switch. You may have thought that cruises are much more expensive than staying at a resort. That is not true. You can find a cruise to fit within any budget.
Another objection to cruises is the worry that you will be bored. Most everything that is available at a resort is also available on a cruise. And usually you have even more choices of what to do on a cruise. And if you’re worried about having to do specific things at specific times, cruises allow you to do as little or as much as you want.
many families wonder about what their children will be doing on cruises. There are usually a lot of activities for children on cruise ships, whether you’d like to keep your children with you or have them take part in the children’s activities put on by on board counselors. Families also worry about money. Cruises are all inclusive, so you are going to know exactly what you are spending up front..
Have you been on any family cruises that you’d like to tell about?