To get an RV in the next few years. We are both in recovery mode from a 14 day cruise. She says she'll never go on another cruise! The Cruise From Hell: We flew to LA from Baltimore on Jan 1, and boarded the ship on Jan 2, for a 14 day cruise to and from Hawaii. Things were great until about the third day. That was when I felt a cold coming on. Someone sitting behind me(my wife tells me) was coughing all the way from DFW to LAX. Still two days out of Hawaii. The cold kept getting worse. Got to the Big Island first and we went on our excursion, which included a Helo ride over the volcano. It was nice but I was suffering the whole time. The next morning we were in Honolulu. Ate breakfast and went back to our cabin before heading out for our next excursion. Wife lost her breakfast. After a time I went into Oahu to a drug store and picked up a few things they didn't have on board that we are used to having when one has a cold. Later, we both went down to the ship's medical center. They tested me and found that I had H1N1 flu. The end result was that we had to be isolated in our cabin, until such time that our fever was gone. Port 3 in HI was at Kauai. Totally missed that port. Could see some of it from our balcony. Someone from the ship was supposed to come up and check our temps that night, but never did. So, we had to wait until the next morning(Maui) to go down and get cleared so we could go ashore. All we were up to was a little more shopping(medical stuff and a few trinkets). Did get to try Hawiian shaved ice. That felt good on my throat. We were both miserable all the way home. I don't fault the cruiseline, although there were a few problems with our cabin that didn't help the situation. Poor AC. Even with fevers we never had to worry about getting chilled. On the way back we were in a head wind and the vibrations of the waves kept jarring open (slightly) the balcony door, such that the wind would start whistling through the crack. Not that we could sleep anyway, what with all the coughing. I am still suffering with laryngitus and an ear infection today. So, out of four days in HI we really only had one day that we did anything. Never got sea sick! Anyway, things are looking up for me getting an RV! I don't even want to fly anywhere anymore!