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About mamaofami

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  1. we usually buy independent insurance but on our last cruise decided to go without the insurance. I thought we would be in Canada for a few days and then in the US where we were covered. We will never do that again. Insurance for medical and peace of mind is really important.
  2. We love being on the water and watching the world go by. It’s an easy way to travel from place to place. No cooking, cleaning, shopping, etc.
  3. I’ve never left my scooter outside my cabin. We always have a cabin that it can fit into since it’s a travelscoot and they tend to be smaller than a standard scooter.
  4. Thank you for this valuable information. I use a scooter when on board and take the elevator to the muster station we’ll before the appointed time for the drill. Frankly , I’ve never given thought to an emergency because I never think there will be one which is silly. I really appreciate now knowing what will happen if there is one.
  5. I’m sure you and all on board must be very disappointed. I know I would be, but happy to hear that HAL has put safety first.
  6. we were on Zuiderdam in September before dry dock and everything was fine. Not having air conditioning can be a serious health issue for some.
  7. Such sad news. Prayers for everyone affected by this tragedy.
  8. As a sushi lover, what's available in the Lido isn't very good.
  9. Yes. That's the one I'm seriously considering. It comes apart and isn't hard to assemble. Someone who has one told me they love it.
  10. I think this is the one I'm going with.
  11. I've been looking at the smart scoot. Is there anything you don't like about it?
  12. Rather than do all this, there is usually a line for disabled individuals and my husband accompanies me while I am on my scooter.
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