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It seems my week is a bit behind. Thursdays I usually do something about travel and yesterday I made up for missing National Dog Month because Wednesdays are reserved for the Beer of the Week. So, since Friday is usually Free-Form Friday, I’ll just use this space for the travel instead.unnamed

I had a couple of clients, some pals of mine, actually that I helped plan and book a cruise for. The cruise planning started out as two couples, possibly three if The BCPF and I had gone, and two friends who are becoming frequent travel buddies (both single and like to travel, sounds good to me). For whatever reasons all the couples involved had to back out and that left just the two buddies to still do the trip.

unnamed (3)At first, I was trying to find something that was a little different but, in the end, they chose the Carnival Victory voyage that starting in Miami, moving to ports of call in Nassau and Half Moon Cay (pronounced “key”), both in The Bahamas and Grand Turk Island. Included here is a review from one of the guys and pictures from the other. THey use my real name so, don’tworry, I see it. Enjoy!

“Working with Tim was great.  We recently went on a cruise and he was able to take unnamed (2) care of it with no problems.  I felt like I was constantly asking a lot of him by changing our needs multiple times but he was always able to deliver.  Tim was very responsive, helpful and easy to work with. I would definately recommend Tim to anyone needing the use of a travel agent.” – DJS (photos ©J.O.Y. Jr.)

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If you’d like help booking your own cruise, or any other vacation, excursion, honeymoon or holiday, please contact me and let’s get “Turning your dreams into memories.”

Until tomorrow, same blog channel…
Scorp out!

“Cruise director is – I always laugh and say, ‘He’s the ship’s liver,’ because almost everything you can think of filters through you at some point.” – Willie Aames