Many Passengers Focus on the Food on Cruise Ships
To say there’s a lot of food on cruise ships is an understatement. Depending the size of your ship, and the cruse line, you’ll foat the main dining room (at least one), the buffet, alternative restaurants, snack bars, ice cream stands, casual lunch spots, pastry counters, and even strolling waiters with trays of hors d’oeuvres. And then, thre’s room service, too.
It’s no wonder that, when a non-cruiser askes a cruiser what it’s like to take a cruise, one of the things mentioned is inevitably the food on cruise ships. And, it usually gets more than just a mention.
It’s safe to say that, for many passengers, food on cruise ships is honestly a focal point. M husband and I have truly been fortunate, in that we have been on our share of cruises. And I can honestly say that, for him, anyway, the food is one of his ghreated pleasures when he is on board a ship. He takes full advantage of the opportunityes to sample ldirrerent things, and especially enjoys the wonderful sugar-free deserts.
Me, not so much. I’be even been known to skip a meal or two during a week long cruise just as I would do during a week at home. I just don’t share his fascination with food and eating. I’m just eager to get away from home, smell the sea air, and plunge in to the ruisay waters of the Caribbean for a swim or a little snorkeling.
And, that, for me, is one of the beauties of cruising. There’s something for everyone – foodies and non-foodies included. And everyone is free to enjoy their time on board in exactly the way they want.
I sure am looking forward to our next week at sea!
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