What we know as Chilean Sea Bass blew into the American market in the 1990s. Delicious and rich, almost impossible to overcook, this delight from cold waters in the Southern Hemisphere became wildly popular. Before it was called Chilean Sea Bass, it was called Patagonian Toothfish, and was, essentially, a junk fish that no one wanted.
A sardonic take on cruise ships says that they’re for the newlywed, overfed, or nearly dead, but there is certainly some truth in jest.
Passenger ships always been popular with the senior crowd, and for the same reasons any of us would choose to cruise: cost-effectiveness, reliable food and drink, getting pampered, having our itinerary all worked out for us, and seeing all the sights at your doorstep while only unpacking once.
Maybe this is your maiden voyage, though, and you aren’t sure how to find the company and, more specifically, the ship that meets your checklist of needs. It’s important to note that different ships offer different amenities, services, and facilities, which varies especially with a ship’s size.
As a senior woman, it is especially easy to feel like a target when out and about. In recent history, however, there's been a huge increase in solo travel among women, both for pleasure and for business. Check out our senior travel tips for flying solo.
Where to next? Some will tell you to spin a globe and point, but we think this question begs some prioritization. Globalization is rapidly changing the world for better and for worse, and some corners of the world are facing the more unfavorable consequences more so than others. Some threaten to disappear within the century, and some within half a century, but we’ve distilled these 6 must-see locations that we are losing with each passing day.