Kim Waite was especially disappointed to fall ill while treating herself to a Caribbean cruise after completing cancer treatment. The London woman thought she was the only sick one as her husband wheeled her to the infirmary — until the elevator doors opened to reveal hundreds of people vomiting into bags, buckets or on the floor, whatever was closest.
The 4,000-plus exhausted passengers who lived a hellish four-day ordeal aboard the powerless and drifting Carnival Triumph cruise ship won’t be left completely empty-handed.
A cruise ship carrying descendants of some of the people who died on the Titanic set sail from a British port Sunday to retrace the doomed liner’s route on its maiden voyage 100 years ago.
Tricks of the TradeBy Kelly Misa
What a thrill it is to travel. There is just something so exhilarating about packing our bags and jetting off to an exotic place. It must be the adventure in exploring unfamiliar territory, the breathtaking sites and landmarks to be seen up close, or the flavorful, exciting cuisine to be tasted. Whatever reason it is, [...]