A while ago, I went on a 7 day cruise around the Caribbean. Being the type that likes exploring my surroundings, cruises never previsouly appealed to my adventurous side.
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Of course if a cruise comes at a great price, how could I possibly resist? So I ended up going on a cruise adventure and for the next 7 days, I realized something about cruises.
I'm sure there are plenty of pros depending on what a person prioritizes when it comes to travel, but to me being fed, having a place to sleep, a bunch of activities and entertainment, and beautiful places makes for a great list of pros in my book. There's plenty of great things about going on a cruise, but like every trip, there will always be a few cons.
Going on a cruise is not bad at all. Not only do they provide a great experience, but it may also be cheaper than going on a regular trip, where you have to worry about hotel, food, plane and other forms of transportation. This, of course, also depends on the destinations of your choice. I ended up going to the Bahamas, the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico and Turks and Caicos, which not only did it not burn a hole in my wallet, but made it a trip to remember. So the next time you plan to take a trip, consider going on a cruise to your destination. You may be surprised just how much you'll save.
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The Global Waneress' passion for traveling has lead her to discover a new world of discounted hotels, last-minute low priced fares and other great deals as well as ways to fund her travels.The Global Wanderess