Cruise ship cannabis is a bad proposition

Before getting on the cruise ship I had to make sure that everything was wonderful to go.

I would be spending seven days plus nights in the Caribbean on a big cruise liner.

My central goal was to get wrecked on booze, pills, plus weed for the entire time, plus hopefully make it back home alive in one piece. I am three weeks out from my school graduation, plus three weeks away from starting my first full-time task. This might be the only time for years to come where I can get crazy. This is why I had to make sure there would be access to all the cannabis plus liquor that I was going to need. I learned that it is actually self-explanatory to sneak contraband like drugs plus cannabis onto the ship, but it was much harder to get high the whole time. This entire ship was a “no smoking” area, for tobacco, cannabis, plus everything else. I could absolutely sneak the marijuana on board, but would be abruptly discovered if I tried to smoke it in my chalet or on deck. The solution was simply, to just rely on cannabis edibles plus not smoke anything. I will disclose that was a let-down for me, because I vastly cherish smoking the killer cannabis strains like OG Kush or Purple Haze. Tough times call for difficult choices, so I invested in three hundred dollars worth of edibles for the cruise. It would also have been foolish to go through all the trouble to smoke cannabis on the ship, when edibles get the task done almost as well, without any of the telltale signs of getting high.


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