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bluejayrover

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About bluejayrover

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    Northern California
  • Interests
    Cruising and travel
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Oceania, Regent
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    Any

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  1. Sorry, caps was stuck on my laptop. If you Can book your own airfare, hotel, transfers, are very Independent for tours, don’t need really good food and ok with average food, don’t drink and don’t mind getting your picture taken and people selling you all the time, HAL is a good option. I have a February Singapore to Sydney trip booked with an unusual itinerary to Papau New Guinea on HAL on the Maasdamn. Looking forward to it.
  2. I'VE DONE HAL AND OCEANIA EQUALLY. OCEANIA IS FAR BETTER. THE BIG DIFFERENCE IS: - NOT BEING NICKEL AND DIMED ON OCEANIA. NO CHARGE FOR SOFT DRINKS, BOTTLED WATER, COFFEES - NO PICTURES BEING TAKEN ALL THE TIME AND THEN TRYING TO BE SOLD - NO EXTRA CHARGES FOR SPECIALTY RESTAURANTS - FREE WIFI - FREE AIRFARE - FREE SHUTTLES AT MOST PORTS TO THE CENTER OF TOWN - MUCH, MUCH BETTER FOOD - SMALLER EXCURSIONS - MUCH HIGHER CLASS OF PEOPLE WITH MORE SOPHISTICATION AND MORE WORLDLY TRAVELERS - NO FORMAl NIGHTS ! BUT: - NO LATE NIGHT BUFFET - ENTERTAINMENT IS A BIT WEAK AND VERY OLDIE FOGIES FOCUSED - HAL IS CHEAPER UP FRONT - IF FORMAL NIGHTS ARE YOUR THING - HAL - INDOOR POOLS ON SOME SHIPS ARE REALLY NICE WHEN ITS COOLER - SPA ON HAL IS NICER WITH THE WARM TILE CHAIRS
  3. Anyone know when the next singles cruises will be? Obviously everything is at a standstill now. I suspect not til late summer. Anyone know of any scheduled?
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