With the weather warming up, this Diva has pulled out her running shoes. This past March on a Disney Cruise, I was inspired to get moving again. Did you know Disney has its own private island? Every Bahamian/Caribbean cruise makes at least one stop over on their island, Castaway Cay. Among the many activities to participate in on the island, the most challenging is the Castaway Cay 5K.
Disney has a whole department dedicated to you runners out there: runDisney. Among the many marathons, half-marathons, 10Ks, 5Ks, and family fun runs, the Castaway Cay 5K is the only runDisney event you can participate in for FREE! All you have to do is sign up at guests services while on your next Disney Cruise.
The morning you dock at Castaway Cay, the runners will be the first people off the ship. There will be a special place and time on the ship for all the 5K participants to meet before you disembark that morning. This varies from cruise to cruise, so check your cruise navigator on your shi…
Have you ever wanted to go on an all-inclusive vacation? Do you like to lay by the pool and soak in the sun on your days off? Do you like to visit multiple locations on your travels? What if I told you one trip could have all those things? I have one word for you: CRUISE!
Three of your favorite Divas just sailed on the new Re-imagined Magic. Disney Cruise line built their first ship in 1998. In April of 2013, the Magic was dry docked and completely renovated. Her cabins, restaurants, lounges, lounges, and spas were updated. The kids' areas aboard were given special attention to ensure the guest that sailed on her would have a truly magical time.
A cruise provides variety within a family vacation that can please every member of the family.
If you like to travel to multiple destinations within one vacation, cruises stop of multiple ports of call during one sailing. Which and how many ports the ships visit varies from ship to ship and cruise line to cruise line. …