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Chloe's Chat: Daydreams of cruising

Chloe Gregg

Chloe Gregg

By Chloe Gregg
Associate Editor

We are barely a month into the fall semester of my last year of school and already I am thinking about vacations and spring break. Call it senioritis, but I am ready to be out of school (16 straight years can do that to you.)

So already I am daydreaming in class about winter break and spring break and the fun things I am going to do during them. Or, at least, what I hope to be doing during them (Hint: it rhymes with “bruise”).

It is no surprise that cruising is my favorite kind of vacation. What is not to love, though? Just about everything is included in the cost of the cruise. You get amazing food 24/7, unlimited drinks with the drink package, and stops at three to four gorgeous ports, such as the Bahamas, the U.S. Virgin Islands and more. Count me in.

This year will be no different. My whole family is planning a cruise for over winter break that we can all go on and enjoy together. Although specific details have yet to be discovered, the current plan is to go sometime around Saturday, Dec. 10 and enjoy an eight-day-long cruise before Christmas and New Year’s.

What will be special about this cruise is that my boyfriend, Kobe, will finally get to find out what being on a cruise is like. This will be his very first one, but certainly not his last.

Kobe and I then hope to go on a shorter, more affordable cruise (a five-day or six-day) with our friends over spring break in March.

Luckily for us, my dad is a Norwegian Cruise salesman. He can provide us with a little bit of a discount to make the whole thing a bit more affordable than it usually would be.

Hopefully soon I will know exactly where we are going to visit this December.



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