I have always said that although we work in what it's still a man's world, we should not try to act like men. We should not try to forget that we are women, we love, we cry, we get emotional but we are also fierce, strong, stubborn and we work hard! And I'm not just … Continue reading Who’s Driving?
We all have our favorite things that we pack and do not and will not leave home without. Below you can find a list of my favorite things to take onboard. I usually travel light but I always try to fit these in my luggage. White t-shirts & black socks: these are never enough as … Continue reading Top 6 things a girl at sea must have
Oil pollution at sea has been a hot topic for decades. There have been too many unfortunate incidents that led to disastrous consequences to the environment but these unfortunate incidents also led to a very strict legislation when it comes to oil spills and handling of bilges from ships. What is bilge water? It is … Continue reading About bilge water treatment
Here I am, having my breakfast in a corner in the guest buffet area. I shouldn't be here at this time but my omelette cravings this morning won. We are at anchor in CocoCay, Bahamas. A few tables away I can't help not hearing the conversation between an elderly couple and one of the waiters. … Continue reading A Day in CocoCay
Hello everyone! I hope you all enjoy the new changes on the blog, including the new top menu. It is a work in progress so bare with me. I think I tried all available themes before deciding on this one. Well, we have lots to talk about and I am preparing some interesting posts related … Continue reading Changes
Exhausted! That’s how I’m writing this post right now and this time is not because of work! It’s because of all the IWD events taking place today lol.. First thing first though: Happy Women’s day ladies! I hope you had a great day no matter what you’ve decided to do today and regardless if you … Continue reading Ring the Bell: Celebrating Women’s day onboard
The first time I boarded a cruise ship I was completely lost and overwhelmed. I remember getting lost for weeks. I have the image of the metal staircase in my mind that looked the same no matter where I was. The white paint on the walls and all the colored safety signs everywhere I turned. … Continue reading New Hires