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  1. Thanks Tom. fortunately we are all different, and with different tastes. what is good for me does not mean it is good for everyone. Thank heavens for all the diversity..
  2. Interesting info on the tea. I know that I can get twinings etc on most cruise lines that we frequent. But I find that although it says Twinings or Brooke Bond etc. it seems to be “ watered down” for other countries tastes. or perhaps when I was growing up, tea in England was much stronger. whatever the reason, I prefer a brand from England called “ Lifeboat” it is nice and strong, a lot of times people think that I am drinking coffee. And a part of the proceeds go to the Lifeboat Society in England. I buy it by the case. And I don't leave home without it 🥰☕️ it may not be everyones “ cup of tea”, but if you like strong tea, give it a try.
  3. Is it worth it? we are on the Coral Princess, South America & Antarctica cruise, and they offer a tour onto Antarctica. it is many $$$$ so we wonder is it worth it. We will have plenty of opportunities to see wildlife at the other ports of call. we would like to hear from those that have been on a regular ( not expedition) ship, and taken the tour. 11 hours, a total hours of flying there and back, and the rest on land
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