My OH still swims when we go on holiday but I make sure that I am there in case of a sudden off period.
Visionvalue, we haven't flown for years, I hated it and having to deal with all the luggage on my own was an ever increasing burden. The most difficult aspect though was medication and time differences of even a few hours as my OH medicates every two and a half hours.
We have found that taking a cruise is, for us now, the best option. Any time difference is just plus or minus one hour a day and we can cope with that easily. Cruising, as a cost per day with all your meals, entertainment and so many different place to visit, actually works out less expensive than a stay in a good hotel in the UK. Additionally, there are also many last minute deals out there now with so many ships sailing from the UK that it's very affordable.
Coaches run from all parts of the UK to UK cruise ports and you don't have to haul your luggage about once you board the coach, it just arrives at your cabin. Recently however, for just a little more than the cost of the coach we have a cruise transfer company to take us door to door.
Many members of our local Parkinson branch cruise, individually and annually as a small group. All areas of the ship are accessible for wheelchair users, adapted cabins are also available and assistance to get on and off the ship. It really is a very relaxing holiday. For last month's branch newsletter I wrote a lengthy article on the plus points of this type of holiday for PWP.
If anyone wants more information on this type of holiday then just message me, I will be very happy to help.