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My wife and I just sold our business and are now "officially" retired. We have worked so hard and so long we have never had time to simply enjoy a vacation. They have all been hurry up one week moving experiences. I remember being more tired after a vacation than before! Now we can take time to relax!!! I want to take a cruise to celebrate our early retirement (we are both 56 years old). The wife is reluctant because she can't stand being confined to a small space, and she gets motion sick real easy. She is afraid she will be stuck on a rolling ship, with nothing to do, with no escape. You see, we do not gamble, and we do not drink alcohol. It seems that most cruises cater to casino lovers and party drinkers. By no means are we prudes, it's just that we aren't interested in those things. I want to swim, snorkel, read a book, and sightsee. The wife wants to ride a bike, kayak, (did I spell that right?), shop, and crawl over old ruins. How can we take a cruise that will keep us going and be fun for both of us?

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