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... dealing with my ogre by myself. Way to help a brother out spot. This girl was a stage five clinger, if there was a 6 on this scale I'm sure she would attach herself to it. 'Do you like me' 'I think your a nice guy do you want to hang out with me' 'you're not paying me enough attention' - **** settle down honey - you've got a royal flush right here with me in the room so how about you hold your cards tight otherwise you could blow the pot. Chuck Bass does what he wants when he ...
... And what a cabin! It’s (relatively speaking) huge and the balcony is a wonder. Room for two lounge chairs, a regular chair, and a small table. A terrific, panoramic view off the back of the ship. It will make for a very comfortable home for the next 14 days.
We then set off for our first supper and first meeting with our tablemates. Once again we’ve lucked out. We’re sharing a table with two couples ...
The labyrinth of my brain's left hemisphere was quite clogged with random fragments of languages. Who knew which one would charge to the front of the line to answer?
Finally Anna guided me to the testing room. There were many rows of computer stations much like my memory of the language lab in high school (now we're really rolling back in time!) I picked a computer, put on a headset and prepared to begin.
The first ...
DAY 14 ..... Monday, June 2nd ..... Stockholm
One of the pleasures of cruising on the Prinsendam is we get to go where the big ships don't.
So we got to cruise through the Swedish equivalent of the Inside Passage on our way from Mariehamn to Stockholm.
It was a glorious afternoon and evening 'ride' through island after island in this amazing archipelago made even more enjoyable as we ...
... that we could literally do everything the ad had promised. Chelsea even "patted" a hairy tarantula! The exhibits were really amazing and well put together. They had a huge selection of snakes, birds and monkies. The monkies were the coolest part because we were allowed to walk through their habitat and interact with them. Why doesn't Busch Gardens do that? It was so much fun! We got pictures with the lemurs (which I've decided are just cats with fingers) but we ...