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Lessons learnt from 70K (from a cruise virgins perspective)
  • klons
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    Re: Lessons learnt from 70K (from a cruise virgins perspecti

    by klons » Mon Feb 10, 2014 12:36 pm

    mfrap wrote:Had the duck and it was pretty stellar. Generous serving too. :headbanger:


    Mine was massively overcooked - good otherwise though
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    Re: Lessons learnt from 70K (from a cruise virgins perspecti

    by meshuggah » Wed Feb 12, 2014 8:35 pm

    Lamb was great. Missed the ribs and duck :cry:
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    Re: Lessons learnt from 70K (from a cruise virgins perspecti

    by erkpod » Mon Mar 17, 2014 7:40 pm

    Get Guest Services to punch a hole in your Seapass when you get onbroad. Bring a lanyard & attach your Seapass to it. So much better. The lanyard also served as a way of tying my thongs (I'm Australian, so I'm going to say thongs!) together while I was in the hot tub.


    It would be awesome if the holes could be punched into the Seapass when we check in.
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    Re: Lessons learnt from 70K (from a cruise virgins perspecti

    by LadyBlackfhyre » Tue Mar 18, 2014 7:38 am

    I've learned that I need to pack less. I always want to be prepared but end up bringing way more then I need.
    Charlie and I were bringing one suitcase per person but want to only have one for next year!


    Also - We never had the chance to do the fancy dinner. On the second to last day we were going to do it but when we got there they weren't open for another hour which meant we no longer had the time to do it.

    You learn a little more each time you do this :)

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    Re: Lessons learnt from 70K (from a cruise virgins perspecti

    by Liv » Tue Mar 18, 2014 4:02 pm

    I found myself waking up late and having no problem surviving only off girly, fruity drinks all day. Carbs are totally an essential food group.

    If you bring anti hangover pills, but, not enough for your fellow cabin mates. They will hate you and hide them.

    Me and my cabin mates also made this system, if one of us was passed out in the room. The others would circle the bands we were going to hit up on the timetable to ensure that we'd be able to meet up. We thought it was super smart at the time :P

    Also, don't be surprised if the only time you have breakfast is at 6:00am on the last day as the shipped is back in port. Just enjoy it :P
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