Each week we sift through all of the posts, blogs, PR, hyperbole and rumors, boil it down and share the best stuff with you. I’m exhausted from reading all of the Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Wait We’re Still Not Done sales info. But, there’s an internet that needs to be fed with new content. So, let’s get going.
Previously, I covered the steps that led me to consider my first cruise and the education I received trying to navigate my way through the complex process of booking a cruise without destroying my wallet. Cruise Hacking has proved to be a whole new animal with some elements of Airline and Hotel Hacking, but with a whole new vocabulary to learn. In this last installment, I’ll cover my lively and informative phone conversations with NCL’s customer service agents, the details and lessons learned, and how I finally booked and paid for my first cruise, ever.
Previously, I had gotten as far as the Norwegian Cruise Lines (NCL) website where I was met by some really
Travel Hacking is a science, an art form, a sport and social alchemy, all working together to elevate your travel
On a recent cruise in the Bahamas I skipped the usual shore tours and opted instead for a quiet, serene, out of the bustle restaurant a friend had recommended to me.