A Much Needed Break

I’m sorry I have to do this again. I realize I am not doing too well in my college class, so I’m taking a break until I feel like I have a hold on school again. Also, I have some other things I need to take care. Thank you for understanding, and I hope you continue to read my blog when I return. I have two posts in the queue, but I do not plan on coming back until (at least) August 14.


Allure Review Part 7

Most activities are located on Deck 15, dubbed the Pool & Sports Zone. There, they have attractions for all ages. There is the H2O Zone, basketball courts, ping pong, Flowrider, rock climbing, zip lining, miniature golf, arcades, and the Solarium. Note: Flowrider, rock climbing, and zip lining require waivers. They can be signed through the TV. Additionally, there was a Shabbat Service for Jewish people in the chapel on Deck 17. Continue reading

Allure Review Part 6

The places on the itinerary were outstandingly green. These are where people derive the definition of the world tropical. The clear, salty waters are light bluegreen, the sands are white, and the people will always negotiate a deal. I only visited beaches in St. Thomas, St. Maarten, and St. Martin. Unfortunately, I did not have the chance to try conch fritters or rum balls. Gas prices in the Caribbean: ($ per gal)- Nassau, Bahamas: $5.50. Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas: $4.28. St. Martin: $6.44. Continue reading

Allure Review Part 4

What keeps cruisers occupied better than activities? The Allure of the Seas had a karaoke bar, an evening dance club, and a Latin dance restaurant for those who enjoyed singing and dancing. For kids, they could attend the Dreamworks Character Breakfast featuring Shrek, Puss, and Fiona. For Cruise Critic members, there was a meet & greet held in Dazzles, on deck 8 in the morning of Day 3. On the second to last night, there was a glow party for all ages. Continue reading