What’s up With Roatán, Is MSC Worst Cruise Line Ever?, Extended Travel Card Offers, Quito to Galapagos and News Headlines

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I am getting a bit weary of this. I have now returned from my 3rd trip (two cruises and a trip to visit my fellow blogger, Chris in LA) and each time I have woken up the day after with a fever between 101-102*! I have worn masks some of the trips and especially outbound (and did not get sick) but once I did on return and still caught something. Ah well do feel sorry for me 🙁 as we look back on last week:

Michael sure had the comments (and page views) buzzing about what is up with the improvements to the Roatán cruise port. I was just there last week and they are progressing with the building but gosh outside the port it is kinda scary. Take a look.

I had my first of what will be many posts about my first ever MSC cruise. To say it was a disappointment is a massive understatement. It was so bad we almost got off the ship!

Chris has some sweet travel card offers that have been extended so if you are a procrastinator you can rejoice and still get some of these sweet deals!

Michael has his next post in his Galapagos adventure. The trip just looks amazing and I have to admit I am rather jealous. You?

Lastly this week, due to much of my time spent onboard the MSC ship, I had a midweek news roundup post including the fact that Royal Caribbean’s new Icon of the Seas does not have enough life boats for everyone onboard (not kidding). How do they fix this? Take a look.

As always I hope you and your loved ones are safe and warm wherever you are and hopefully on a nice cruise ship with amazing stops along the way! – René

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René de Lambert
René de Lamberthttp://www.FrequentFloaters.com
René de Lambert has been a travel blogger for over 10 years covering the travel industry - including cruising.

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