“With a lot of pain in our hearts we have to inform you that, as a consequence of the coronavirus COVID-19 crisis, we are cancelling this year’s cruise”, La Démence says in a communiqué.
After Florence and Venice, Steve and I embarked on our East Mediterranean cruise on board MSC Sinfonia. The cruise took us from Venice in Italy to Split in Croatia, Santorini and Mykonos in Greece, Dubrovnik, Ancona and back to Venice.
Scott, Ivan, Danny and myself found a weekend to go an adventure together. We decided to go to Trier in Germany. We spent half a day there.
When I passed Antwerp International Airport (ANR, Internationale Luchthaven Antwerpen) by train, I remembered I filmed landing at our little airport in 2016.
The Cruise, also known as La Démence Cruise will sail from 5 tot 12 July 2020 on Royal Caribbean‘s Explorer of the Seas.
Two days isn’t enough, really, to explore Saint Petersburg, the former capital and the cultural heart of Russia. But it’s what we had on the Royal Caribbean cruise of the Baltic Sea.
While in Tel Aviv, it’s very easy to arrange a day-trip to Jerusalem. On Saturday I booked a guided tour. This meant I had to be at Jaffa Gate in Jerusalem at 11AM.
I sold my car. After nine years and after a significant financial setback I decided it was time to sell my car.
In December 2014 I visited my sister in Côte d’Ivoire, also known as Ivory Coast. What struck me, is how religious people are.