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Take me on a cruise

Para despedir el mes de Julio os dejamos con otro relato de Pop Up! Travellers, hoy ¡nos vamos de crucero (cruise)!. No os mováis de cubierta (deck) y disfrutad del paseo por el Mediterráneo que vamos a dar de la mano de Pablo Nuñez, que durante 10 días experimentó lo que es vivir sin tener los pies en la tierra…y una pulsera ‘all-you-can-eat’ 24h al dia.


Take me on a cruise


Fed up of doing overtime? Want to get rid of that pit bull face of your boss?

Despite you really need is to change your job I would recommend you to be taken on a cruise.

Cruises have become pretty popular as an alternative for vacations and have an enormous variety on offer. The only thing required from you is choosing the route and destinations.

In my case, we sailed across the Mediterranean Sea for a week, departing from Venice (Italy) and ending up in Istanbul (Turkey).

There were scheduled four stops, almost every day, between Venice and Istanbul: Split (Croatia), Corfú-Santorini-Athens (Greece).

Each stop had something unique in it: breath-taking landscapes, bizarre boutiques, emblematic monuments…

Special mention must be made of singular cities like Venice or Istanbul where you can get lost into their endless history and beautiness.

But cruises are not only about visiting wonderful places. Cruises are also about relaxing moments, forgetting the routine, eating as much as you can for free, betting at the casino, drinking cocktails…

Indeed, cruises are heaven if it were not for a poor management and excessively crowded fleet.

To sum up, I strongly recommend you to take me on a cruise but please, this time, let´s go to the North!

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