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jill wozhere

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    Perth Australia
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    Family, animals, out doors, nature, active pursuits, healthy eating and lifestyle. Travel... finally.

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  1. Thanks for this info, we have a similar situation... my son met a girl on our cruise and is thinking of taking her on the next cruise, in a year's time, but he's only known her a couple of weeks and it's a long distance relationship, so obvious risks in booking her on.
  2. If you people weren't so darn helpful, I'd stop bothering you! However, your help has been much appreciated, so here's another question for you... When the times of arrival and departure are noted on the itinerary, how long does it actually take to get off the ship and onto shore? Does it take longer if the ship can't dock and you have to be ferried ashore and if so how much longer? When returning to the ship, how long before the ship is due to leave must you arrive ready to get back on board? Thank you all for your help so far. It has been really enlightening.
  3. What are the pros and cons of booking shore tours through RC or booking privately?
  4. In my experience with jelly fish, locally in Western Australia, they are there sometimes, in their thousands and at other times no where to be seen. I've been stung and I can tell you it's NOT NICE! Similar to being burnt. This is one thing I am worrying about for my upcoming vacation. I saw there is a product called Seasafe, a jelly fish repellent, but it has mixed reviews on it's effectiveness. I would be interested if anyone out there has tried it and can give a review? I've swam with rays at Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia - (Man that is an amazing place! Like swimming in
  5. Although not on a cruise ship and not a terrible incident, your story reminded me of when I was at the casino, watching my husband play roulette. I was standing next to a woman and another man came up and stood on the other side of her. He started some chat up conversation with her and she was happily chatting back to him, so seeing he had a warm reception, he asked her if she's like a drink... "Oh yes, thank you... I'll have a Southern Comfort and Coke" He bought the drink and carried on chatting as she sipped on it. "Are you here on your own?" He inquired, honing in on his target. "No, s
  6. Yes, I have come to that conclusion myself, thanks to all the input on the subject .
  7. Hot tubs and children reminds me of when we stayed at a local resort once. I was in the hot tub and noticed a girl of about ten rearranging her one piece bathing suit and squirming about.. Not liking the look of it, I got out and went to the gym... a little while later my sons came in roaring with laughter, telling me how they were in the hot tub and another young man with them, saw something unusual... picked it up.... looked at it with confused curiosity , then squeezed it between his fingers, before then realising what it was. I'm sure I don't need to tell you what it was... My sons thou
  8. I can't drink alcohol... if I drink even a little bit I get what I discovered are called "cocktail headaches".
  9. Once a drunk guy asked my husband if he would consider swapping me for a bottle of Guinness... happy to say my husband isn't big on Guinness ! Thanks folks - one more subject I'm feeling better about. Happy drunks are not a problem.
  10. Wow, I bet they were annoyed! I just watched a video about a person demanding their cruise money back for being served burnt toast I think having your prepaid drink supply withheld, or being banned from your cabin is more reason to complain! Of course they asked for it, by being drunk and disorderly.
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