I don't post very often, but would like to add some Positive input. I travel with my wonderful Seeing Eye dog ,Erin and with a wonderful daughter, that makes a lot of this possible..Erin will be in(I think March issue) an upcoming issue in Cruise Travel.
Our story was written by Pam Kane(Pamda, to most of the Cruisers)
When I became blind a few years ago, it was very difficult for a
self motivator....It was almost too hard to handle..My daughter
took me on the Sea Princess, what a joy!!A hold new world, I met the most wonderful people, Felt the spray of the ocean, the taste of salt on your lips and most of all the assistance of the staff and crew..Give a smile when you ask for something, for each thing you ask for, you receive back two fold...Since then we have gone on The Grand Princess, Celebraity Millium and Will be back on the Grand for Thanksgiving and RC Radianse of the Sea in June of 02 to
Alaska....There is no promlem traveling with a dog Guide..Erin comes from the Seeing Eye and her training was intense...She has been on 30 Airplanes and is only4 yrs old.Almost everyone is wonderful and helpful. The Millinum even gave us sod on our patio and Princess always provides for us.. This world of Cruising is
such a joy, Erin is well cared for and so am I.If you have any questions I will check back, Ciao Bunny and Erin