Have you ever looked at a holiday brochure and thought that a holiday type ‘wasn’t your type of holiday’, or looked at a destination and thought ‘I can’t go there alone, or as a young person’? Well, this is exactly how I felt looking at cruise brochures!
A couple of years on, and I’m hooked! I’ve had an Instagram account for a few years now and, following lots of messages asking for me to start a blog, here I am!
“Don’t listen to what they say, go see”Chinese Proverb
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