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Will Romance Strike on the Floating City?


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Spending 4, 6, and even 10 months working on a cruise line will set me far away from this city that I call home. Working every day of the week for over 10 hours a day will bring a very obvious financial gain by saving me bills normally expended by day-to-day activities. Though at this point in my life, I'm looking for a way to advance my social circle and not disable my ability to peruse a romantic relationship.

 

I had long dreamed that the long-lost woman of my dreams would be found in countries I found very unfamiliar, being a Canadian resident. Though, the ability to travel to these exotic worlds is limited by my financial standpoints. It would cost thousands of dollars to make that expanse possible – working for a cruise line, however gave me an insight to live and work with people from other countries. Maybe to one day meet the woman of my dreams.

 

Have any of you worked on a cruise line? Have any of you worked in an industry where you did nothing but work your entire week and tried to enjoy life as it passed around you?

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I have not but my best friend works on a oil rig, he works 10 days in a row then having 10 off. He loves it his wife is ok with it she lives 100 miles away from his work. My wife is trying to get a job on a cruise line, and if it works out I will too.

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