Ship Goggles

What tends to happen on a cruise, much like in a prison, is your tastes become adjusted to what’s being offered. I don’t believe I have to elaborate, hoping we’ve all seen shows like Oz, or Orange is the New Black. After several days on a ship, you start adjusting your standards a bit. Slightly overweight may not be so bad now. On land you weren’t checking for the Asian and Pacific Islanders, where now you’re smiling in their direction, hoping for a porn scene-like meeting on the elevator after last call.

These are ship goggles. And you’ll get off at a port and immediately your default tastes are back. But life is about exploring. Let those goggles help you make a conscious decision to broaden your horizons at sea and on land.

This is not me condoning being a whore.

Darnell Lamont Walker, a self-professed traveling foodie, has been found sitting at tables eating baby goat sweetbreads, drinking tequila, and laughing loudly with strangers. The writer, filmmaker, artist, and sometimes photographer puts happiness above all.


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