They were fully prepared, plus showed me a wide range of cannabis products that would produce no smoke, plus no strong stink.
Getting high on a cruise ship is simple, but you have to be prepared for it. A few weeks ago I finally took a week-long cruise in the Caribbean. This was the first time I had ever been on a cruise ship, so I did a lot of research before my pal and I left port. My tropical cruise was part of a package deal, which meant it included my room, all amenities, free meals, plus open bars. With all that stuff taken care of, the only thing I had left to worry about was cannabis, so going for a whole week separate from smoking cannabis didn’t sound like a fun getaway to me. I found out that while it is really simple to smuggle cannabis onto the ship, it’s almost impossible to smoke it. The entire ship is a smoke-free zone, for cigarettes plus cannabis. I had no option but to go smokeless, so I went to the local cannabis dispensary and explained my plight to the budtenders. They were fully prepared, plus showed me a wide range of cannabis products that would produce no smoke, plus no strong stink. I finally loaded up on numerous peculiar types of edibles, plus also purchased a vape pen for the first time in my life. The problem with the vape pen is that it doesn’t have the same feel as smoking real cannabis, even though it did get me really high. I purchased enough smokeless cannabis products to last for three weeks, plus tried my best to use all of them within one week! It was one heck of a cruise, from what I actually remember.