For the past several years me and my daughter have gone on a cruise during spring break. This will be the first year that we're not going.
She is turning 15 soon and wants to go to the beach here at home and be with her friends. I can't say that I blame her; our beaches are the best and the weather is so beautiful now.
Still... I need a vacation!
I want to take a break. If I stay here, they'll know where to get me... and I'll end up working. I like it when I'm on a ship! I usually tell everyone that I am in the middle of the ocean, so there will be no communication. Yes, I know, they have e-mail and Internet on the ship and I can even text and use the phone if I am willing to pay $$$ per minute...
I still want to take a vacation. Perhaps we can just go by car 4-8 hours away. I thought about taking my daughter and her girlfriends to Washington DC. They want to see the Holocaust museum. I love seeing all the art there and the Museum of Natural History.
Maybe I'll take a cruise in May. There is a nice ship leaving from Charleston. There is something so wonderful about being in the middle of the ocean. I always take a balcony room and sleep with my window open. The negative ions in the middle of the ocean are so nurturing. I am always so refreshed after a cruise. I spend all my time outdoors. They have jogging trails, pools, tennis courts, ice skating rink, basketball courts, miniature golf, rock climbing. One of the boats I've been on, Navigator of the Seas, even had a rollerblading track (yes, I did bring my Rollerblades and went around the track many times...)
Last spring we took Royal Caribbean's Jewel of the Seas. It was a beautiful ship, but smaller than my absolute favorite - Navigator of the Seas. If you ever take Navigator, be sure to check out the Salsa Nightclub. It's so full of life and the live band is so amazing. All the Latinos converge there and the salsa dancing reigns supreme. I fell in love with salsa dancing on Navigator of the Seas. I can shake with the best of them...
I really should have booked that cruise....
Your Myrtle Beach Real Estate Connection, Mirela Monte