Wow, how wonderful for you !! Some good books, of course, and maybe
if you like playing cards - you could find some pleasant card "mates". Do
you have any "portable" hobbies like needlework, some thing to work on
that doesn't take up a lot of space in luggage or needed work area. There
are some nice travel games you can pick up at "Toys R Us" - bring along
some DVD's you've been meaning to watch, How about starting a Journal
of your travels and experiences. If you are taking a video camera - you
could start making a recording of your trip from start, daily routine, things
you are doing on the ship and of course, on shore. Almost like a "Video
Journal." Catch up on your exercise routine - I think you'll want to do
plenty of walking to get rid of the extra calories from the dining room. And
of course, enjoying all the creature comforts of taking a great trip like this.
Never been gone more than 14 days on a cruise - so am I jealous - YES!!