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    Nelson Bay
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    Travel
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Princess
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Pacific

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  1. What a great shot and a comment on what 2020 has been. Mark Fitzpatrick's Terry the Turtle flipping the bird image, taken off Lady Elliott Island on the Great Barrier Reef, won the award. Source SMH.
  2. The Bowling club has lunch specials at their Asian restaurant.
  3. Disappointing to read in the CNN's article, "The world's 50 best foods", that the mighty pie is not mentioned. Australia sneaks in at number 37 with the mighty chicken parmigiana. We pipped the Canadians, who came in at 44 with their dish, Poutine.
  4. They do cook on-site. From their webpage: "we cook and bake our products on the premises".
  5. Good to see early notification of the reality. I wonder when/if P&O Oz will be making a similar announcement? 🤔
  6. I was guilty of slipping into the American spelling. ☹️ Shame on me. I will have to write out doughnuts 100 times for homework. 📝
  7. In Sydney, PIPPIN will premiere at the Sydney Lyric Theatre from 24 November 2020!
  8. When I was searching for the donut image, I had Olympic in my mind. I was very disappointed to see that it is listed as "Closed Permanently". Possibly, a victim of COVID? 😒
  9. If the cruise is from Australia, the currency will be AUD$. Carnival Splendor is scheduled to sail from Sydney. There is a good range of Hotels near Circular Quay that is central for all your needs. Close to the cruise terminal, Trains, Buses and ferry's. Regarding your question about the power outlets, this is from Carnival's website. "On Australia itineraries, the staterooms on the Carnival Spirit and Carnival Splendor are fitted with a standard Australian 3-point plug or adaptor providing 220/240 volt 60Hz. Adapters are available for purchase if needed."
  10. There is a new operator doing the trip across Port Stephens, Y-Knot, using a catamaran. Same price, $26 return.
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