Carnival Triumph Cruise to Mexico from Galveston and Return, March 2012. Scores more photos to come....
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(Personal information: My son, Billy, and I remember our wonderful voyage in Mid-March 2012 on the Carnival Triumph. Stuff happens in any pursuit, hence the Triumph's accident a year later. There are no iron-clad guarantees of perfection in life. That said, I can't wait for our next cruise. One TV talking head last week said, "I didn't like my cruise...felt too closed in." However. my walks on the decks at sunrise and sunset, quiet time in the cabin or ship library reading and writing, our shore trips to Aztec ruins and sunny islands, and wonderful meals together all contributed to a relaxing time that is truly unique. Whereas some may feel hemmed in onboard, more of us feel blissfully separated from the daily on-shore pressures, incessant advertising, and constant digital messaging. If you haven't cruised before, I highly recommend the Carnival experience from a price-quality viewpoint as well as various river cruises. And please note, for making this statement we have received no financial or in-kind promotional payment of any kind. Enjoy!) -dh