I'm another who couldn't do a cruise.
Twinklify - sounds frustrating for you. I hope your DS is over wanting his daddy.
The CAT team have just left so I'm back to my own devices trying to work out what to do with myself. My harddrive on my preferred macbook died yesterday so I might do some online hunting to find a new one to install in it so I can use a decent computer again
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14-02-2016 14:29 #41Senior Member
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14-02-2016 14:31 #42
that's crappy about your hard drive! is the other MacBook useable or not really?
ETA: what did the cat team say?
14-02-2016 14:37 #43Senior Member
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DH got up about an hour ago. Ds has been stuck to him like glue the whole time haha. Its his turn. Its his own fault being hungover.
I hope you have a successful hunt for a hard drive.
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14-02-2016 14:49 #44
14-02-2016 15:15 #45
I found the pool areas not kid friendly ( no slides or fountains, no shallow ends ) the kids club looked like a small crèche that you'd find in a gym, the staff were lovely and DS went to 2 sessions but they never left the room, he much prefers to swim or play putt putt etc so I felt slack leaving him in a room when there were other things for him to explore on the ship but being ours was only a 3 day cruise and not many kids maybe they make it more kid friendly on the longer trips? My 13 year old nieces loved their tween club but it was better for them being older they could come and go as they please whereas DS is 5 and his cousins 4 so they obviously needed supervision all the time
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14-02-2016 15:18 #46
14-02-2016 15:31 #47
Is everything - meals, drinks, activities - included in the cost? Or are they extra? I reckon a cruise could be fun, but DH would hate it I think. Might have to wait 25 years until he retires and I've worn him down LOL.
14-02-2016 15:49 #48
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14-02-2016 16:32 #49
That's not bad. We're not huge drinkers - especially if it's a family trip! I reckon it would be fun for the kids.
14-02-2016 16:38 #50
Ours included food only at certain restaurants ( buffett which was horrid and a main restaurant) and no drinks - the drinks seemed cheap $10 cocktails but they were all in U.S. Dollars , there was no decent coffee on board at all which nearly killed DH! Our drinks bill for 3 nights was $300 which seems like a lot but we really only had a few cocktails before dinner and a bottle of wine at dinner
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