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... that specialize in putting one very largely and
firmly in debt - casinos, pub nights, wine tastings, art auctions, private and
group fitness sessions, yoga and pilates classes, poker tournaments, martini
tastings, computer classes - just to name some of the activities that take place
that cost extra cash on top of your cruise fees. And, yes, people do partake of
these activities. Each evening we receive a flyer left lying on our freshly made ...
... of Shellbacks’. Apparently, we are now free to cross the equator as often as we like. Whoopee!
About 20 members of the crew were initiated into this Institution – it being their first time crossing. They had to ‘kiss the fish’ a very large and ugly frozen fish with large ‘Botox type’ lips. Then they were further humiliated by being covered in a slimy mess before being thrown into the pool. (The pool was later drained out and ...
... island was a volcano and the harbor of the island was formed when part of the crater collapsed. In the early 1900's, Britain, Germany and the US split up the Samoa islands for their trade routes in the Pacific. The port city was very small but they did have a McDonald's. Pago Pago also has the ...
... We continued with Tyler enjoying the experience of left hand driving at 20mph (and that was speeding) further along the coast to Alao before turning around and heading for home.
Had to swing by the drive thru at the Big M just to check that the double cheese burgers tasted the same!
Saw these police vehicles and it ...
2nd Sunday here (& Peter's second day off). In the "tank" we get and head in the opposite direction - the western side.
Actually, not a whole lot different to the Eastern trip although no commercial or real retail areas to pass through. Still a whole lot of churches & ...