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Apr '10

Cruise to Bermuda

Back in 1976 I was fortunate to have taken my first cruise on the Home Lines ship named the Doric.  It would take us to Bermuda and spend three days in port being able to shop and take in the beautiful beaches and the clean impressive stores and streets.  I was so impressed that it had not been for my responsibilities back home I might have relocated to Bermuda.  At that time, I was working for the Federal government so a transfer might have been possible.  I promised myself that someday I would return to Bermuda and here we are.  It has been only thirty fours  to the present time and I am returning via Holland America cruise line – sailing on Sunday on their glorious ship, the Veendam with a group of singles like myself enjoying new friendships and fun activities together.

The pink sand and turquoise water has never left my memory of Bermuda and so I look forward to enjoying it once again.  Perhaps I will see a familiar face or place to jog my memory.  In the meantime, I am packing and getting ready to leave on Friday for New York.  After a brief stay, the ship will sail on Sunday for 7 glorious days.  Will be back  in early May, unless I get a offer that I can’t refuse.  Now that I can.

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4 comments to “Cruise to Bermuda”

  1. Walk Says:

    OK, you done went and made me jealous. Have a great time, I know you will.

  2. Ms Millie Says:

    Thank you so much…Treat yourself and your lady to the pink sand and blue green water. I promise you will love it as much as I do!

  3. Gullible Says:

    Pink sand and turquoise water are just what I need right now during this spring that isn’t a spring.

  4. Ms Millie Says:

    Here’s hoping Spring has come to you by now. We are at 91 and humid, back in Florida. If I could afford it I would live in Bermuda!