Sunday, July 23, 2017

Sunday Five - Cruising





Cruising is a popular way of traveling and adventure and inspiration for this weeks Sunday five 


  1. Have you taken a cruise? 
  2. Would you take a cruise on a ship that didn't have a casino? 
  3. Big ship or small ship?
  4. Would or do you, look forward to "formal night?" 
  5. Balcony or inside cabin? 
My answers: 

  1. Have you taken a cruise?   Twice, back in 2008, the top ship was a cruise to Alaska, the second was a trip to the Bahamas (the third ship is spending the summer cruising the great lakes - looks like fun.) 
  2. Would you take a cruise on a ship that didn't have a casino?  Probably - though I do not want to do a Disney cruise - too many children. 
  3. Big ship or small ship? The bigger the better. 
  4. Would or do you, look forward to "formal night?"  - No, a silly tradition. 
  5. Balcony or inside cabin? Outside with a view - though on the Alaska cruise we had an inside cabin and I slept so well - then there was the matter of the sleeping pills getting mixed up with the anti-inflammatories - that is another story.  

10 comments:

  1. Oh.......THAT cruising! At first I thought this may have to do with the Dick Dock in P-town. Moving on....

    Have you taken a cruise? No. I'm not sure they are for me. If I ever do, I'm considering a river cruise instead.
     
    Would you take a cruise on a ship that didn't have a casino? Yes, I don't gamble much, except when it comes to my men.
     
    Big ship or small ship? Usually bigger is better, my motto for years, but shockingly I'd do a smaller quaint river cruise.

    Would or do you, look forward to "formal night?" Anytime I have the opportunity to wear elbow length white gloves and a turban with Diamante brooch...I'm in!!!!
     
    Balcony or inside cabin? Balcony. The view and fresh sea salt air! 

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  2. 1. Yes
    2. Yes
    3. Big is always better... isn't it? ;)
    4. No
    5. I had no choice, cos I was the ship's nurse, on night duty. My cabin was deep in the bowels of the ship and so dark I never knew if it was day or night. Which was good because it meant I had the best night duty sleeps of my working life! Except for the days I went ashore which was often. I had a fabulous time though. Double paid as well, because I was on holidays from my ordinary hospital job.

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  3. Have you taken a cruise? Several, but only for business. I represented major cruise lines in one of my careers.
    Would you take a cruise on a ship that didn't have a casino? Yes.
    Big ship or small ship? Small.
    Would or do you, look forward to "formal night?" Absolutely not.
    Balcony or inside cabin? Balcony.

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  4. 1. once in 1998, from alexandria to the outer banks and back (3 days). it was called a "cruise to nowhere", just to get people interested in cruising. it was fun; they had to raise the I-495 bridge over the potomac to let us pass.

    2. yes; I'm not a gambler

    3. small; I don't like lots of humanity and brats

    4. no, that's stupid; I ain't trying to impress anyone

    5. balcony

    PS - maddie, YOU GO GIRL!

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  5. 1) Yes, twenty
    2) Yes as I don't gamble
    3) I've been on 400 up to 5,000 passenger ships and I prefer around 1,000
    4) Formal nights are fun but I'll pass in the future except if I get to transatlantic aboard the QM2 again.
    5) Balcony please.

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  6. 1, one to Alaska, it was fantastic.
    2, yes, gambling doesn't interest me.
    3, since I've only been on one, a large ship, if I ever did a cruise again, I'd like to try a small ship.
    4, no formal night.
    5, balcony.

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  7. 1. In my youth I did a lot of cruising.
    2. Cruising is a gamble in itself; I don't need more.
    3. I am not 'into size' when I cruise. What is more important is the activities.
    4. I prefer to cruise casual but formal cruising has its flare.
    5. I like inside rooms when I cruise; outside one is likely to catch a cold or be arrested.

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  8. Like Maddie I was like, "Cruising? Hmmm, interesting." Then I relaized you meant on a ship so, here goes:
    1. I have never been on a cruise. The idea just doesn't appeal to me.

    2. If I cruised, I wouldn't care about the gambling.

    3. Big, so that if it sinks it might take longer, making a rescue possible.

    4. It might be fun ....

    5. Balcony; in case I got so bored--and I kid, I know there's lots to do--wanted to jump.

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