I'm flattered by the request. There's a fair bit of work involved in both setting up the ability to do a daily report, especially with pictures as we did with the Vision of the Seas Daily Log, and then of course the work in sitting down and doing the writing each night.
With this being such a port intensive itinerary I don't think doing this was considered for this cruise. I am however looking into the possibilty of at least sending back two or three "live" stories from the ship.
Don't worry that U wont get enough though. I have a LONG flight home after the cruise, and I normally kill that time on the laptop writing my FULL Kuki report on the cruise. Just hope that your printer is quick and U have lots of paper on hand. I've never been known to keep it short <VBG>
Kuki is much more experienced than I, but we'll be doing a succinct review of our 2 Oct Millenium cruise after the fact. We'll be in one of those aft/fantail cabins (Cat 3) so we can give the "real story" on vibration, etc.
I've heard nothing but compliments about the ship itself other than some hit-or-miss cuisine in the Baltic which I would attribute to food access. The Med has a bit better situation for fresh provisioning than northern Europe, but we'll see.
In any event, I'll be off with a digital camera and 64MB of smartcard memory (about 200 shots) and will talk to other passengers about their shore excursion experiences as well. (Kuki, I think one of the most important things we can do is to relay the opinions of others as well as our own).
Certainly Kuki and I will both be among the first half dozen Millie reviews posted. Hopefully many from the 13 Oct cruise will have more to add. To save on expensive on-line internet café time, I plan to take a disk and just save from a word processing program the "play-by-play". As my daddy would say -- there ain't no way I'm takin' a laptop on a cruise.
In comparison to our RCCL and Zenith Bermuda cruises it should be something different........
BTW, due to a quick-turn trip the next day it might not get posted until end of Oct.
> I heard that the "real story" about the Millennium's vibration
> is that the ship is quivering in anticipation of Kuki's
> upcoming visit.;-)
BILL.. ROFL.. can't understand why I didn't come up that line myself. I must be getting old <G>