Currently being built in Norway, the four new yachts will pay homage to major French explorers.
Just this year, Freddie Alquiros, executive committee chair of Baguio’s annual Panagbenga Flower Festival and former COO of Camp John Hay, has gone on two cruises.
Every scuba-diver will tell you that gearing up is the most tedious part of the sport—donning several pounds of lead weights, a steel tank, regulators, a buoyancy compensator, a wetsuit that’s very hot and tight on land. And then, you hit the water—and you fall in love all over again.
Rustan’s asserts its place as the premier one-stop shopping destination for all things cool and fashionable for the hot summer months.
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.