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  1. if the water is rough they won't go - they use boats (sometimes lifeboats) to get you there so waves can make for a rocky ride... decision not usually made until day of & if missed you usually either have another sea day or if possible, go to Bahamas early... it's a nice relaxing day at the beach & you can eat & drink the same as on the ship... they also have cabanas (cost extra) that look real nice... I've made it there 5 out 6 times & really enjoy that day... have a great cruise!
  2. I remember when I went on the Dawn there was a Mexican restaurant not sure same name, but haven't seen one since. I enjoy it as a change of pace on the ship. Thanks doe the info 😉
  3. that sounds great thanks! Thinking I would enjoy that over Q & your post has me leaning towards Los Lobos.
  4. And I do on every cruise I take. I don't really hang out at the pool (too fair), I usually find a quiet area to hang out, or if I feel like socializing, a not too crowded bar in the shade (or inside) where I can strike a conversation with the bartender or anyone that comes along. That's what I've loved about cruising, meeting people from all over the world, getting to know them, their customs, their country. And I also travel non peak seasons for the less crowded, less children type cruise. In my opinion, cruising is the best vacation, but also, price wise, the best way to spend my money.
  5. has anyone seen a menu from Los Lobos? I've seen Q but not sure interested in it. Going Encore May 2020
  6. I've always loved those ships. I admit I didn't do the "less drinking" part (lmao) but the others, absolutely. It was relaxing, calming and soothing. Being on the water, no tv, no newspapers, no outside world. Really does a lot for recharging yourself from the day to day of life.
  7. That sounds like a perfect vacation to me also. The price you got is awesome & I would also prefer a ship with none of the extras, remind me of the ones we sailed when I first started cruising over 20 years ago. No frills, but the best vacations I've had
  8. I agree, I prepay the DSC & when I get onboard, barely spend any money. I also enjoy the relaxing, doing no cooking, and people watching, ocean viewing, that being on a ship allows me. I'm glad the things are there if I so need/want but don't feel as if I have to purchase anything. But as you said, to each his own.
  9. thank you so much steamboats!!! I am really enjoying your pics & stories, thanks for taking us along. Hope you're having a great time!
  10. I know this is a silly request, but why not try right? If by any chance you can get a photo of the balcony on a mini suite (M6) would really appreciate it. First time in one May 2020 on Encore & am really curious about the size of the balcony. Thanks! And thanks for all your photos, so much fun to be able to "come along" on this cruise
  11. I know this is a silly request, but why not try right? If by any chance you can get a photo of the balcony on a mini suite (M6) would really appreciate it. First time in one May 2020 on Encore & am really curious about the size of the balcony. Thanks! And thanks for all your photos, so much fun to be able to "come along" on this cruise
  12. thanks for taking us along - always love when DougOut does a live report
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