Cruise ships are massive and can be overwhelming, especially for first-timers. There are so many things to do and see, and it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. This blog post will discuss what you should do before arriving at the cruise ship terminal and after you board. We’ll also provide some helpful tips to make your embarkation day go smoothly!
When determining what things you can’t take on a cruise ship, the cruise lines always look to safety first….
Many people are anxious about going on a cruise because they are worried about getting seasick. And many people indeed get seasick on cruises, but there are things you can do to prevent it from happening to you.
Looking like a tourist makes you an easy target and leaves you vulnerable to those who take advantage of foreigners. It may just be a higher cost for a cab ride or being told there are no tables available at the café where you hope to dine. But it’s also the pickpockets and scammers in every city in the world.
It’s essential to stay healthy while traveling to make the experience more enjoyable and prevent any significant illnesses from popping up unexpectedly. Under the constantly changing conditions on the road, it can be challenging to take care of yourself properly.
That’s why I try to follow these 11 easy tips to stay healthy when traveling. When you see how easy it is to keep fit, I know you’ll be on board too.
While the weather is generally pretty mild on the Atlantic in the spring, it can be unpredictable. The good thing is I already know what to pack for a Transatlantic cruise in the spring. I made my packing list two years ago.