Bob Proctor's Mexican Riviera Cruise

I am super duper excited today. I finally got my ticket to Bob Proctor’s Mexican Riviera Cruise. If you don’t know who Bob Proctor is, you can google “The Secret” and find out who he is. The Secret has changed the life of so many individuals and I have no doubt it will change mine. I have watched the DVD. I haven’t read the book yet. I am reading “The 4 Hour Workweek” and I have 4 more chapters to go. Once I am done with it tonight, “The Secret” book will be my friend for the next 2 days.

I am very excited to meet other like-minded individuals on this cruise who are ready to take charge of their life. There will be plenty of mini-seminars to attend once we set sail on Saturday, October 6, 2007 from San Diego.

Bob Proctor's Mexican Riviera Cruise Itinerary

Itinerary

Day 1 – San Diego Departing at 5 pm
Day 2 – At Sea
Day 3 – Cabo San Lucas, Mexico 8 am – 6 pm
Day 4 – Mazatlan, Mexico 8 am – 6 pm
Day 5 – Puerto Vallarta, Mexico 8 am – 10 pm
Day 6 – At Sea
Day 7 – At Sea
Day 8 – San Diego Arriving 7 am

I have to look at the off-shore excursion. I have never been on a cruise before so I need to find out what will be fun to do. And get this, for the 7-day cruise to Mexican Riviera plus the seminar, I am only paying $649 for my share of the inside-stateroom. It doesn’t have the ocean view but I doubt I’ll care about it since I am not planning to spend a whole lot of time in the room.

Internet access is definitely a luxury. I checked out the rate and it costs $100 for 250 minutes or about 40 cents a minute for the wireless internet. If I want to access it on the pay-per-use basis, that rate jumps up to 75 cents a minute. I might just wait until I find an internet cafe when I get off-shore.

I will miss my Spanish classes for one week but I have talked to both my instructors and they are fine with it as long as I do the homework. The way I see it, I’ll get to practice my Spanish in Mexico. I just hope I won’t make an ass out of myself.

I am excited.

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