Thursday, 5 May 2011

7th May – The Diamond Princess.

We are travelling steerage in inside 4 person cabins on this 5* cruise liner. It is simply a means of transport go get us from Asia to North America, but the luxury is appreciated. I had intended to use this time to upload photographs but the cost of going online is horrendous and the satellite connection is not good. So I will upload photographs when I get more time and a better (free) connection. In the meantime I am emailing text to my good friend Luke back at the office to do the business for me. Thanks Luke. You’re a star.

8 comments:

Sandi McBride said...

Hope you are enjoying your time aboard ship! Can't wait to see the pictures...
Sandi

slommler said...

Can't wait to see the pics!! Enjoy!
Hugs
SueAnn

Anonymous said...

Yes, thanks, Luke, I've been checking twice daily to see new posts. Finally, I got to tour China. Ann,your description is so great, I feel I have seen the sights. Can't wait until you reach Seattle. Oh, I guess I can because I'm sure that since you're having so much fun that you don't want this trip to end. Enjoy Alaska, one of my favorite places. Flagmaker

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Manuel said...

Hope you find what you search. I read your story in the german spiegel right now. I'm so sorry about that your hausband was died.
I hope i'm like yours in my retierment, that i can enjoy about the beautifulnes of the world.
Godd luck and a lot of fun with the best wishes of a german family- father and hausband.
Greatings
Manuel

RNSANE said...

Ah, to be aboard a cruise ship again, no matter the type of cabin. It's been over a year, far too long for someone with 88 cruises, 78 of them in the last 17 years!

Sounds like you're having fun, Ann. I am so jealous!

RNSANE said...

Well, it seems like some of the gang is splitting up. What fun you all have ha together...unforgettable memories.

Sara said...

Hello Ann,

I read the article about you and your trip in the German news magazine "Der Spiegel" the other day and was really impressed.

Even though my grandfather still does a lot of travelling at the age of 82, he mainly stays within the borders of Germany.

So, I guess your children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren must be incredibly proud of you!

Enjoy your journey and keep blogging. I am looking forward to reading more!