Thursday, 7 April 2011
Friday, 25 March 2011
Here at cruise.co.uk we are constantly asked what countries need a visa and which countries don’t. We have cleverly partnered up with CIBT, The Global Visa and Passport Professionals, to answer all your visa and passport requirements.
CIBT has a network of 23 offices in 10 countries, so no matter where you are in world, you will be covered.
It is a very simple procedure to find out if you need a visa or not. Log on to their website, then just follow the three simple steps to find out!!!Step 1: I hold a passport from…. (Select the country of issue of your passport)
Friday, 18 March 2011
Thursday, 10 March 2011
Well, I have been away for a few weeks as we now have a new addition to our family, a beautiful baby girl! Farrah Sienna Guzman was born at 19:17pm on the 15th of February 2011, weighing 7lbs 9oz. A few complications arose through out the birth, but we are now all safe at home.
|Minutes after birth!!|
|Dreaming of food!!!|
|Still dreaming of food!!!|
Tuesday, 8 February 2011
Just recently I have had a few clients enquire regarding having dialysis treatments whilst taking a cruise. After an exhausting search, questioning and calling different companies, I found out that you can still take a fantastic cruise and receive dialysis treatment!
In basic terms, there are two types of dialysis treatments; Hemodialysis and Peritoneal dialysis. Hemodialysis requires the use of a machine to filter blood and then re-feed the blood back into the patient. With Peritoneal dialysis, the patient requires a sterile, glucose solution to be fed straight into an abdominal cavity that goes around the abdominal organs.
At the moment, there are a few options if you require dialysis treatment and want to take a cruise, but it all depends on what type of dialysis you need. If you require a machine based dialysis, essentially, there are two types of machines you can use. A small portable machine that does a partial cleansing or a large machine that does the full treatment.
Currently, if you require the small machine, the patient can rent these and take the small, rentable machine onboard most of the cruise lines as long as this has been mentioned to the travel agent and agreed by the cruise line.