Several cruise lines are offering cruises that visit Cuba. They vary widely in price as well as the number of days actually spent in Cuban ports. I’m wondering if it is finally time for us to take a cruise to Cuba.
I’m taking a couple of weeks off as B. and I travel down to Mexico for awhile. We will be visiting ghost towns in the Mexican Sierra. I’ll see all y’all the second week in January! Hope all of you have a wonderful holiday with friends and family.
We had a fairly easy disembarkation and short drive home. I’ve made lists of what I liked and didn’t like about our cruise.
We had a fun but exhausting sea day as we tried to pack in as much fun as possible for the boys on their last day. We’ve given up on Camp Carnival and attending any shows.
We had a very short port day in Progresso–the trip to the beach was a let-down after Cozumel. We did feel like we were really in Mexico after visiting the Mercado Central.
On our first sea day, we discovered that Binko hated Camp Carnival, but we still had fun on the golf course and on the waterslides.
We’ve just returned from our five-day cruise on the Carnival Fantasy out of Mobile, Alabama. This has proven to be one of our more exhausting vacations–we took our 5- and 2-year old grand sons along with us.
I have become more interested in Carnival lately. I like that they have three ports that are within a short day’s drive, and that they will accept kids as young as two in Camp Carnival.
We have saved about 17% on our recent booking using Carnival cruise discounts. We booked an early saver rate and then took advantage of several opportunities as they came up.
This is an update from my post earlier this spring about the cost of living on a series of back-to-back cruises in January 2017 on the Carnival Victory. The average cost per day for two people to cruise in the cheapest inside cabin has increased from about $189/day to about $210/day.