Most cruises include one or more at sea days, when the ship is enroute to its next port-of-call. Our Baltic cruise included three of these. To some, being stuck on a ship at sea might seem like an invitation to boredom, but it’s not. Cruise lines go out of their way to make sure their guests are as entertained, informed, pampered and well-fed as possible. In today’s posting I look at some of the things my family and I did during our three Baltic at sea days.
See At Sea Days in the Travels/Baltic Cruise 2009 section of this blog.
Let's see. I guess first and foremost I am a life wanderer on a journey of discovery and experience. Can you tell I am a child of the sixties? Along the way I have become many things ... a College Professor (now retired after 28 wonderful years), a writer of both fiction and nonfiction, a singer/songwriter, a musician, an artist, a world traveler, a fan of science fiction and history, and a student of human nature. But my greatest accomplishments are being father to two of the most amazing and accomplished young men I have ever known, and husband to the incredible and delightful woman who made that possible.