Have you considered a Royal Caribbean cruise? I bet that you can get a great deal right now. :happy:Sailfish said:Nope. Heck we haven't even made plans for 2016 yet. My husband wants to do a cruise. I would prefer to wait until he retires.
After spending several awesome days at an all inclusive resort in Cancun, my wife claims that she's done cruising. We'll see, but cruising 7 times in 11 years does start to wear thin.Sailfish said:HAHAHAHAHA...yea I saw that news report. Bet you can get a great deal. So when is you next cruise? :happy:
I was just looking at homes, or condo's, to rent in the Savannah, Georgia area for either May or October.GoldEnclave said:After spending several awesome days at an all inclusive resort in Cancun, my wife claims that she's done cruising. We'll see, but cruising 7 times in 11 years does start to wear thin.
:thumb: Enjoy! We won't be traveling out of the country until my husband officially retires.GoldEnclave said:I am getting the impression that we'll likely head back to Cancun for our 2017 vacation. Exactly when is up in the air, but we'll likely return to the same resort that we enjoyed so much last month.
hehehehehe...awwww shucks. :happy:GoldEnclave said:Really? At your age, that's got to be at least a few decades from now.
WOW I guess I didn't realize your children were getting to be that old.GoldEnclave said:I still don't have any specific plans for my next vacation other than it very likely being no sooner than 2017. My wife and I are considering returning to Cancun to the same all inclusive resort that we enjoyed for 4 nights this past January.
I generally like to book well in advance in order to have something to look forward to, but my son will be starting college this August and we don't know what his schedule is yet. Even if he doesn't join us, I don't feel comfortable traveling abroad while he is still adjusting to life on his own at college. I'd be happier knowing that he's safe at home again like this past January vacation.