Part two contains tips to make your cruise the best it can be.
Sample from part one:
As the day progressed, Tracy started to talk about it a little bit. The conversation went something like this.
"I thought you'd be excited."
"I need to lose weight."
"You look great!"
"I need to save money."
"I've got the cruise covered. It includes our food and onboard activities, all we have to do is pay for our drinks and shore excursions."
"We drink a lot."
"I guess I need to save some money too."
She made a good point but how expensive could alcohol be?
Sample from part two:
Here I have listed some tips for finding “Secret Doors.” Although they really aren’t secret, they are not well-known. In most instances, these doors will lead to a forward-facing balcony just below the bridge and is the furthest forward you can go on the ship as a passenger. Not many people know of this balcony so it is a great place to get away from the crowds. If you don’t see your ship listed here, it doesn’t hurt to look.
The book is approximately 23,000 words or roughly 120 pages making it a quick fun read with pictures from our cruise as well as links to cruising websites.