Speaking on Cruise Ships

Since my early retirement from high technology over ten years ago, one of the more enjoyable activities I’ve been doing is speaking on cruise ships. I’ve spoken on ships that can hold 2,800 passengers down to one that holds a maximum of 82 passengers, but it (and its sister ship) can go exciting places where […]

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Who Will Advocate For You?

It doesn’t happen to every traveler or consumer, but when it happens to YOU, it’s frustrating; it’s costly; it’s time consuming; it’s [well, you fill in the space]. So, what is the it that causes these pains and anxiety? It’s when something goes wrong that you don’t feel is your fault. You know, things like […]

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Faro Inclinado – The Leaning Lighthouse

It’s estimated that there are over one million visitors to Italy’s Leaning Tower of Pisa each year. Certainly there aren’t that many that trek to the beachfront town of Puerto Morelos in the state of Quintana Roo along Mexico’s Caribbean sea coast. But those who do go there can visit a site that is just […]

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A Massage Worthy of the Mayan Gods

#ventusatmarinaelcid Situated along the sandy beaches of the Caribbean Sea about 135 miles almost due East from the Mayan ruins of Chichén Itzá is Puerto Morelos, a community in the Cancun-Riviera Maya area. That this area is under a three-hour drive to Chichén Itzá is relevant in that the memory of one of the most […]

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Oktoberfest in Yokohama, Japan

Who’d Want a German Beer in Japan? Well, it appears that thousands did as I noticed on a recent visit to the port of Yokohama, Japan. I was on a cruise, three of them in fact, as I was a speaker on the cruises in Southeast Asia for a popular cruise line. Our final port […]

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