First, I am not condoning the use of plastic however on this occasion it is very much needed.
As you remember in my last blog, I was telling you about my trip to Costa Rica in May which is the start of the rainy season then couple this with nearly 95% humidity and you are going to get wet clothes! The bin liner is vital to store any damp clothes in as trying to get them dry is a near on impossibility. I did manage on one day to dry them under the air conditioning unit however I was frozen all night!
If anyone has ever watched this programme then you would know it is set in the rainforests of Queensland, Australia. I recently visited a rainforest of my own in the wonderful country of Costa Rica and have to say I definitely did not want to get out of there.
being prepared for their own holidays!
Here I am less than 48 hours before heading off on a work trip to Costa Rica and I am not even packed!!
I kind of have everything ready either on the ironing board or under it at the moment but just can’t seem to bring myself to put anything in the suitcase yet!
I always tell my clients that there is no such thing as a silly question but sometimes I really do have to stop myself from laughing out loud on the phone at some things I get asked.
I love cruising and I love meeting new people. One of the biggest draws of cruising is meeting different people from different backgrounds whilst in the dining room. Over the years I have met some amazing people and on the flip side I have met some downright rude people at the dinner table. Here are a few of my memories starting with my favourite table companions:
Morning- my name is Miley and I am a mischievous three year old black Labrador. I live with my humans in Morecambe – I have a human mum, dad, three brothers and a sister plus my playmates Bubble and Squeak the Guinea Pigs and my arch enemy, Flash , the rabbit!