I Can't Believe I Did It!!

October 21, 2017

First time on Royal Caribbean

First time flying Jet Blue

First time to cruise out of San Juan

First time to visit Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao, and St. Maarten

Finally found a deal that allowed me to justify not booking with Carnival.  We are so excited to be doing something new and different Happy

13 Answers

Let us know how things go.

Will do. Any cruise is a great cruise, but I'm interested to see the differences.


You cut the apron strings.

You'll enjoy leaving from San Juan. One hint, get a 1 or 2 o'clock flight home, and do the Old San Juan tour by bus when you get back. It may work out cheaper than the transfers, and you'll have less traffic to the airport.

You will always remember your first timeBig Smile

IMO, JetBlue is a great airline. I really enjoyed the ports you listed. It looks like you have a great vacation planned.

I have to admit JetBlue is pretty awesome. We have flown with many airlines and they are our favorite. Glad you had an awesome time! Here is to many more!

Someday I'll cut the apron strings too and try RCCL

Congrats!!! I am working on Danyl into trying RCCL or NCL, maybe for Thanksgiving '18.

It will be great to read your review and hear all about your new experiences. We haven't found a cruise we want, cheaper on another line yet, but I do watch for better deals.

Can't wait for your review. It is always good to try something new. You know the basic cruise formula, so you can just "sit back" and enjoy the differences. Have fun!

Congrats its always good to try new things. You just went all crazy with yourself!Happy


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