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Haitian Earthquake Victims - This One’s for You, James

James W. CoatesJames W. CoatesOn January 12, 2010, a monstrous earthquake shattered Port au Prince in Haiti. A friend and former co-worker, James W. Coates, was working in the UN building at the time as an information officer. For 11 days...

Haiti & Dominican Republic Tourism - Ethics After the Earthquake

Traveling after a TragedyTraveling after a TragedySure, you love the Caribbean with its turquoise blue waters, sugared beaches and umbrella-dressed drinks. But has the tragedy in Haiti on January 12, 2010 scarred the fantasy?

Cruise Ships Suspend Operations in Haiti

Disaster Strikes Again...Disaster Strikes Again...If you have family or friends in Haiti (as I do) cruising is the last thing on your mind tonight. There's no way to get through, no way to know if those we love...

Wireless Access on Your Cruise

Social Media JunkieSocial Media JunkieYou know who you are. You with the carpal thumbal syndrome. You want to cruise but you don't really want to get away from it all - not electronically at least.

Is Your Cruise Ship Sick - Day 34

Sick Cruising is No FunSick Cruising is No FunThousands of passengers aboard the Queen Victoria (Cunard) may not be allowed to disembark in New York on Tuesday if the gastrointestinal illness onboard reaches...

Princess Cruise Countdown - 40 Days to Blast Off

Caribbean Princess, Here I Come!Caribbean Princess, Here I Come!Stepping out of my life for a weekend can be challenging. Stepping out for 2 full weeks can be a marathon of deadlines, a frenzy of phone calls - not to mention a hurricane of phone calls. But I'm doing it.

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