Présentation de l'éditeur
Crabby’s best mate, Reg, has foolishly asked for his opinion on cruise holidays.
A self-appointed expert, the Old Git lets Reg have it with both propellers: Cabin grade and the effect it will have on his bank balance - and stomach; perils of the arrivals hall; the curse of the ship’s paparazzi – and then there’s the upgrade hustlers!
Here’s what some lovely people have to say about the book...
“I think we could all relate this crabby old character to someone we know in real life.
Such a pleasant read that had me chuckling all the way through (slightly embarrassing on a train!)”
“Do you remember that series on BBC2, I think that it was called Grumpy Old Men, well move over the grumps, there's a new kid on the block. This book is a very witty and very funny look at the joys of cruising. I love this book and I sincerely hope that the Crabby Old Git will regale us all with some more of his refreshing outlook on life. I cannot recommend this book highly enough!!!”
“If you are looking for light hearted humour then this short story is for you. It made me laugh out loud. You do not have to have been on a cruise to enjoy this funny view of the cruising world.”
...And what else has Crabby to say?
How to avoid the bowels from hell
Sage words on sea sickness
Being alert for geriatric entertainers with books to flog
...And don’t get him started on the price of shore excursions!
You never know, his views may well have you rushing to book your next cruise holiday – just so you can spot the characters and sights that the Crabby Old Git talks about - and, of course, so you can experience that feeling only a cruise holiday can give you (if you know what I mean!)
The Crabby Old Git on Cruising is a short story of around 10,500 words. Although not a travel guide, Cabby’s tales are based on the author’s own (continuing!) experience of cruising!