C is for Cruise
This year, I decided to reward all the hard work I did on my novel with a trip to Las Vegas. I solved several long-standing problems, so it was a huge win and deserved something important. But it was also the first real vacation I’ve done in some time, and I need to do it more often to take care of me. Too many people work and work and work and never get away from it.
So I was sitting in the travel office at work the other day, talking with the travel agent, and I mentioned that I was looking for a new vacation destination.
“Try a cruise,” he promptly said. “I’ve been on ten.”
My only experience with cruise ships was taking the Catalina Flyer when I was in Girl Scouts and getting so seasick that all I could do was sit on the stairs and try not to move. I’d sure hate to spend more than $1,000 and spend all of it seasick!
QUESTION FOR YOU: Have you been on a cruise? Tell me what it is was like. Where did you go? What would you recommend? And the big question: Did you have problems with seasickness?