. . . a Carnival cruise ship, that is.
The upcoming trip was prompted in part by the recent wet, dreary Pacific Northwest weather and in part by taking advantage of some of the great cruise fares currently available.
An article in the Seattle Times newspaper about our weather, summed it up by saying, “Rain, rain, and, more rain. Then a new front moves in with - guess what – more rain!”
The day that article appeared I received some photos I’d requested from the cruise line for use here until until I could take my own.
We looked out our living room window . . . and then at the photos:
Hmmm, bare-feet, sun-tan oil. . .we started counting the days until we set sail for Cabo San Lucas where the temperatures are in the 80’s.
We likely will not – at least I won’t be - -using this water slide, one of the new features on the ship since we last sailed on it five years ago. But I sure will be found on one of those chaise lounges pictured above with a good book in hand.
Joel, the researcher of this vagabonding duo, found a good price not long ago on this five-day getaway. There are any number of good deals to be had right now so if you’ve got a cruise on your bucket list, you might want to do some shopping.
Just one example of the other deals we found was a seven-night Mediterranean cruise departing from and returning to Malaga, Spain in May on Royal Caribbean, and the price of a balcony room was only $444, per person – several hundred dollars less than an ocean view room on the same ship.
Had it fit in our travel schedule, we would have nabbed it.
Click on this link, Travelnwrite’s Deal Finder, page for links to some of Joel’s favorite travel shopping sites.