A starting point

Our Newest Current Adventure!

A very dear and long-time friend of mine took some of her valuable time to go through my blog to give me some much-needed advice. As this was at MY request, the insight she provided was something I certainly had to listen to.

There was a lot, to say the least. I won’t bore you with details, but some things Will be changing within the structure that hopefully will make it easier to view. The most notable she mentioned was that most people view blogs on their phone/laptop. Hence the first thing she noticed was my blog on the computer looks vastly different than it does on her phone.

How to accommodate that difference is one I am struggling with. Suffice it to say that, for the time being, it will remain a better experience on your computer (or laptop) than on your phone or tablet. I am working on it however. πŸ™‚

Some of you get all the updates by email which do work and display as expected. (And no, I do not track emails, nor do I sell email lists or inundate you with any kind of requests. πŸ™‚ )

Finally and perhaps most noteworthy to some. Updates to this blog and all its narratives display with the most current on top. If you follow it constantly this really is of no consequence to you. However, if this is your first time here, reading any particular adventure (current or otherwise) may seem…odd. To read it in consecutive order you need to start at the last page…first. Pick (from Past Adventures) Aug-Sept 2018 British Isles for example. Scroll to the bottom of the page and you will see 1 2 3 Next–> Pick 3 (as it is the last one). Again, scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the final entry (in this case “Anticipation”). That is the starting point. At the end of that entry you will see a > and a < (right being forward, left being back). Always pick > to go to the next page…ad infinitum. πŸ™‚ Or until you get bored. πŸ™‚

Yes I remain guilty of being overly verbose but I hope this will help you navigate our cruises a little easier.

This will be one of our most memorable I’m sure.

First we are travelling with adventurers like ourselves (retired, love food, wine and seeing foreign lands).  And they also happen to be long-time friends.

Second, AFTER this cruise we will have (finally) attained a much-sought-after travel status with Princess.  Too bad it doesn’t come into effect until our Next cruise.