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  1. Fortunately he has 3 years left on his passport
  2. Thanks for taking the time to reply, some great advice given. I did read recently that our EU passports won’t suddenly become obsolete- gosh can you imagine! I’ll phone P&O and let them know our plans
  3. I will be letting them know once we’re on the ship, but just wanted to be aware of anyone’s experience, just in case I needed fore-warning of any legislation. Thanks for your reply
  4. Unfortunately his exam is at 10am, he goes to University of Kent in Canterbury and he’d have to get there by public transport!
  5. We’re going on N905 Portugal, Spain & Gibraltar. Our son is coming on the Cruise with us, but will have to fly home from the last port (La Coruna), due to having to get back to Uni for an exam (which annoyingly is on the day we get back to Southampton, but his Uni is too far away for him to get back in time ). Anyone know of any reason why he wouldn’t be allowed to disembark from there? I know in America it can be a problem for US citizens to cut a cruise short due to immigration issues, but as we’re EU citizens I’m assuming it will be ok? Anyone had any experience of this? Thanks in advance
  6. ....or the UK version Beans, Beans, they’re good for the heart. The more you eat the more you fart! You may be sorry you asked! It’s a big sausage made from pig’s blood, fat and cereal, which is cut into slices and fried- it tastes better than it sounds, honest!
  7. I can confirm that baked beans are indeed very popular with a “fried breakfast” in the UK, along with (Canadian style) bacon, egg, sausages, tomato, mushrooms, black pudding and toast
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