How Safe Are We?
One of the many moans I hear, and also agree with, is about how people dislike travelling by air these days because of the hassle at airports. Long queues at security, delays, cost of food and drink etc. These reasons are perhaps why around millions of passengers choose to leave from a United Kingdom port, Liverpool, Tilbury or the forever popular and busy Southampton instead.
Symphony, Symphony, We’ve All Got To Go On Symphony! – When you are reading the title, make sure it is in the style of the late great Carry on actor – Kenneth Williams – whose phrase Infamy, Infamy – they have all got it in for me is one of my favourite lines from the carry on movies – and there are lots to choose from!
Do you have a bucket list? If so, what’s on it?
Until a few years ago I don’t think I had ever heard this term, had you? I think my first recollection was when I watched a film starring Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman about two characters that fate brings together in a hospital room and they discuss the things they want to do before they die.
It’s Official – Cruising Is Good For Your Health!
If you have ever needed an excuse to book a cruise or just wondered if life on the ocean waves would suit you? Then the results of a study carried out by the university of China have revealed that cruising is good for your health, long term happiness and may even boost your IQ. They have also reported that the positive benefits of taking a cruise can last up to 6 months after your return home.
It must be the Jane McDonald effect!
Whatever you think of Ms McDonald I think she is having a positive effect on the cruise industry. I have had a number of customers mention that they have watched the series she has presented and enjoyed the look at the different styles of cruising on offer.