Worst Cruise Guests, Carnival Main Dining Food Choices, Oceania Ships Review, Delta Air Lines First Class Review and Big Card Welcome Offers

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August 27, 2021. Ukraine. The village of Novy Svet. An excursion group on a boat examines the surroundings and sights of the village. People on the background of the mountains. (©iStock.com/Alexey Sorokin)
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I think I have finally got my “land legs” back after a long extended illness after my last cruise. Yes, it has been very frustrating and I will be taking more precautions next sailing. But enough about me let’s look at last week on the blog:

There are some people that should just not cruise or if they do they should never be “That Guy” or a “Karen”! Oh you know the type I am talking about right? See if you agree.

I freely admit I was a bit anxious to see if Carnival main dining room food would be any good since I was going to be spending 14 days onboard. Everything I had seen suggested it would be enjoyable – but was it?

Michael has simply a fantastic post this week about Oceania ships and understanding every tiny bit about the rather small fleet of ships. Take a look.

Have you flown Delta Air Lines first class to South American countries? Is it any different than a domestic first class or is it like a true Delta One international flight. Check it out.

Lastly some of my hands down favorite travel cards are the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card and Chase Sapphire Reserve® and for me I love the latter because it is so simple for me to use the yearly $300 travel credits and for booking cruises at 1.5 cents per point value. You need this card if you cruise.

Be safe everyone and with all the insane weather all over the place think before you travel where you should not! – René

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