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... fee. The website says tickets not collected will be reissued. We could have picked up one of the 2,000 tickets released daily but they are on a first come, first served basis and when I was in the line at 9:45 the earliest unbooked tickets were 2:45!
We forgot that we couldn't take handbags or backpacks in so Greg took them back to the car. You can take in cameras & water bottles.
We also paid the $7.50 each for the audio tour which was well worth it (narrated ...
Today was sort of a transit day... Liam and I flew in from Sacramento after our Californian adventure, we arrived about 9:30am, by the time we got suitcases from the baggage claim and I organised a shuttle. We arrived at the hotel about 11am. Jeff rang shortly after this to say the plane had landed. He ended up arriving to the hotel around 2pm. ...
... the same shows over and over. We ended up watching the first 2 episodes of a show called "The Goldbergs" about 10 times. I can't figure out whether the show was genuinely funny or just seemed funny after 10 viewings but we went around the ship quoting that show including Wills constantly doing the "Big Tasty" rap.
Ship entertainment was a bit hit and miss but they had a couple of really good nights. One was "Best of British" and the other was a 70's ...
... put a lot of work into improving his belly while on board.
We showered and then went to the Theatre for the evening performance of Sean Laughlin, a comedian, and then watched some karaoke in the Quill and Compass Bar before eating in the Cascades Dining Room with Chris, Barnsey and Helen and Katrina, then up one flight of stairs and around the corner and we were at the Colony Club and Schooners Bar where we listened to Tony B on the piano, before going back to the ...
... understanding that. Hell, they are hacking our computer systems continually. Off the soapbox now.
We did receive a certificate (photos) stating we made the climb. We also had photos, lots of photos to prove it. The gentleman providing the certificate said they have an average of 9 rescues and medivacs a week. That us understandable, given the terrain. Was it worth it? Resoundingly yes. Do it again? ...