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Brace yourself. Part three is nearly here.

Yes, that’s part three of our Independence of the Seas Mediterranean Tour 2017 video diary.

It’s a bit of a ‘chimichanga’ of all of the clips which aren’t in the other two parts, and I’m hoping it gives a bit of a taste of life on board a cruise ship.  It’s fair to say it only scratches the surface – it is missing lots of deck and onboard activities, parties on the promenade, boozing in the bars, live music and a lot more.   That’s what happens when you go to bed at nine in the evening I suppose.  But then again it’s impossible to be everywhere at once.

Unfortunately I couldn’t persuade my partner in crime to join me on the video. Maybe next time.  Or maybe I will have to change the name of our blog!  Anyway, I hope you enjoy it enough to click “like” !

Part 2 – The wait is (nearly!) over


Honestly!   This “vlogging” will be the death of me!

No matter how much I think I’m on top of it all, the job justs gets bigger and bigger as I become more picky and adventurous with my editing.   In fact, it’s a bit like my painting – if I wanted to I could tweak and fiddle with it forever, but I know that at some point I have to say “enough is enough” and declare the project finished. And if I don’t finish it soon, people will lose interest.

And after my third run through, that’s where I am at;  Part 2 of our epic journey around the Med is complete, and uploading as I can speak (which might take a while as it’s HUGE!) So apologies if you are as picky as me and spot something that really should have been fixed.

I’ve put a lot of hours in and I really hope it was worth it.   I’ve learned loads doing this first project – probably much too ambitious for a first attempt, but hey ho – I’ve never been one for taking the easy path.

I hope you enjoy it.  Any day now 🙂