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This guy was sick of getting stuck behind grandma going 40 in the fast lane so he took it upon himself to take out his standard car horn and installed a cruise ship horn.
19 Apr 2008
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learn how to make anice ship from apaper and the make from it abox and another nice ship it's soo cool try it :)
29 Jul 2008
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At Boca Java we only use the top 8% of coffee beans produced from around the world and fresh roast each and every order we ship. It is this exclusive process that allows Boca Java to deliver your coffee at the pinnacle of its freshness every month. Take advantage of this special offer. We are so convinced that you will love our coffee that we are offering you 4 bags (each bag is a half pound/8 ounces) for just $ 8.95, and a FREE SHIPPING
29 Apr 2008
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Express One has developed working partnerships with principal international and domestic air express and freight companies, including ocean and trucking services. Through its contracts and agreements with global carriers such as DHL Express® and other carriers, Express One has obtained volume discounted rates. Thus, we can be YOUR "One-Stop-Shop." We know that one size does not fit all and we are able to differentiate ourselves from our competition by tailoring different shipping solutions to each individual's needs. What we have done to separate ourselves from our competition is that we have become a one-stop shop in shipping for the small to mid-sized businesses.
1 May 2008
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travelwishtv**** You don't need to carry around money on the ship. Everything you buy from the gift shop, bars, and even photographs are charged to your Ship Credit Card. You can set this up before you board with a credit card number debit card before you board. Your Ship Credit Card is something you will need everywhere you go, guard it carefully. It's also your official ID for getting off and on the ship and it's also serves as room key! I'm sure you've heard a similar phrase before, but quite literally: Don't leave your room without it! A neat suggestion is to purchase a spiral key chain that you wear around your wrist; you can then have the Purser's Desk t punch a hole in your credit card so you can wear it everywhere. This has been Lisel Hlista for travelwishtv**** with yet another travel tip. Thanks for watching.
22 May 2008
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travelwishtv****Seasickness - If you get seasick it can and will ruin your cruise experience. Unless you're 100% sure you don't get seasick be sure to take something just in case. Most ships have stabilizers you can still feel the boat rocking especially at night when the boat picks up speed while most passengers are tucked away in there beds. You have several options. A doctor can give you a prescription for a patch that will last the whole time. You can also take one a day Dramamine or Bonine. If it makes you sleepy just take it at night instead of in the morning. If you don't like taking medicine you can purchase wristbands that prevent seasickness through pressure points on your wrist. Ginger tea has also been known to calm sea sickness. If a cup of hot tea isn’t the best thing on a Caribbean cruise try taking a couple of Ginger tablets morning and night. It's not only supposed to prevent seasickness but is also supposed to help your food digest. It's available at your drug store in the vitamin section. I suggest you buy some before you depart on your next cruise who knows you might just ease the sickness for yourself or a fellow passenger.
22 May 2008
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travelwishtv**** Pack a sweater or light jacket, even in the Caribbean, I know this sounds crazy parts of the ship may have air conditioner too cold, especially in the large showroom. They do this on purpose to keep everybody awake after eating that big dinner meal. Also, if you plan on star gazing or spending any amount of time on the deck at night be warned that it can be quite windy. The ship picks up speed at night and the wind even in tropical conditions can send chills down your spine. This has been Lisel Hlista for travelwishtv**** with yet another travel tip. Thanks for watching.
22 May 2008
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travelwishtv**** Walkie Talkies - The latest craze when cruising is to bring along a walkie-talkies to keep in touch. On a small ship keeping in touch is not much of a problem but on a large ship it is often difficult to keep tabs on family members and friends. With communication you can let others know where you are at all times. If you bring teenagers you can keep tabs on them or simply use the radio to fetch your husband. Something new that some cruise ships have available are called DECT Phones to communicate with each other. They work just like a cordless phone in your home. Each cordless DECT phone is assigned a phone number so all you have to do is give out that number to the others in your party like your spouse or children and as long as you're on the ship, you'll never be more than a phone call away. They're much better than walkie-talkies and can cost around $25 each per week. Check with your cruise line before you embark to see if these phones are available you’ll be happy you did as this will save you a lot of legwork and worry if you are looking for someone. This has been Lisel Hlista for travelwishtv**** with yet another travel tip. Thanks for watching
22 May 2008
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travelwishtv**** Lounge Chairs - Most ships have plenty of lounge chairs on the deck while others don’t. You may have have to wake up early to grab a chair especially near the pool. Also be aware that many cruises offer a clothing optional sundeck located on a remote are of the deck. This area is often hard to find and signs are posted alerting those who are curious enough to come across it. Like lounge chairs towels can also be in short supply during the busy times. You are welcome to take towels from your room. Often if you are patient enough fresh towels will arrive fresh from the wash. This has been Lisel Hlista for travelwishtv**** with yet another travel tip. Thanks for watching.
22 May 2008
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travelwishtv**** Don't Call Home! – Your on vacation in the middle of the ocean. Odds are your cell phone will not work and ship phones can cost $15 dollars a minute or more. Even onboard internet access is quite expensive at around $5 a minute. That’s an expensive email! Getting back to the first point, your in the middle of the ocean what happens if you find out something is wrong at home? The boat is not going to turn around because your pet is ill, your sailboat capsized, or a hailstorm dented your new car. Your on vacation and knowing you will have to deal with these issues when you get back will only cause stress that will ruin your cruise. Bobby McFarrin put it best “Don’t Worry be happy.” This has been Lisel Hlista for travelwishtv**** with yet another travel tip. Thanks for watching.
22 May 2008
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travelwishtv**** Going Ashore - At most ports the Ship will drop anchor right at the dock. At these ports you can exit and board the ship at your leisure all day long. At the other ports the ship drops anchor in the bay and you have to take a small boat called a "Tender" to shore. Since everyone can't ride on the tender at once, sometimes the ship hands out tender tickets to go ashore. If you are in a big hurry to get ashore be sure to get your tender tickets as early as possible. That will insure a ride on the first tender. If the ship is stopping at a private island it is imperative to get there first if you want your pick of the best spots on the beach. The rest of the day the tender goes back and forth every thirty minutes. This has been Lisel Hlista for travelwishtv**** with yet another travel tip. Thanks for watching.
22 May 2008
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travelwishtv**** How To Fall Off A Cruise Ship - The short answer is you can't! It's absolutely impossible to fall off a cruise ship BY ACCIDENT. From time to time you hear stories of a person becoming drunk during inclement weather and falling off a cruise ship. More than likely, if this is a true story, they were doing something they shouldn’t have been doing or trying to commit suicide. To 100% prevent a person from jumping, they'd have to completely cover the outside of the ship with chicken wire or some other safety netting. The decks of cruise ships even during bad weather are very safe for the average person following ship rules. This has been Lisel Hlista for travelwishtv**** with yet another travel tip. Thanks for watching.
22 May 2008
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traveelwishtv**** Study The Layout Of The Ship - It's fun to explore the ship unfortunately you don't seem to learn your way around until the last day! If you study ahead of time everybody will think you're smart. There are several decks and often three or more elevator banks located in the fore aft and middle of the ship. Just jumping on the first elevator available will often get you to the correct deck but lost when you get there. Not to mention all the stairs. On a cruise ships stairs of every style shape design are located everywhere and jus knowing that you need to go up or down a floor will often get you more lost than just using the elevator in the first place. Additionally terms like fore, aft, port and starboard are often used in general announcements and directions from the ships staff. Often the cruise director will do a quick explanation of those terms the first day of your cruise. Pay attention! If you do not happen to catch the meanings of those terms you may find yourself lost for the rest of your vacation. This has been Lisel Hlista for travelwishtv**** with yet another travel tip. Thanks for watching.
22 May 2008
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travelwishtv**** Soft Drinks - Coffee, tea and water are always free but soft drinks have to be purchased from the bar or waitstaff. If you have children with you and extra room in your luggage you can bring a case of soft drinks. The ice in your room is free. The cruise line, of course, would rather you buy your sodas from them does not have rules against bringing your own from home or bringing them on the ship from the many port-of-calls. Perhaps a better idea is that some of the cruise ships allow you to purchase a soft drink card for about thirty bucks and with that card your child can purchase all they can drink. Something new in cruising are adult cards for unlimited soft drinks or an additional card for a limited number of non-alcoholic mixed drinks. This has been Lisel Hlista for travelwishtv**** with yet another travel tip. Thanks for watching.
22 May 2008
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travelwishtv**** The Toilet - Whatever you do, never flush the toilet while sitting on it! This may be strange advice unless you have been on a cruise ship before. The suction is so great you can really be injured. Ouch! The powerful suction is the butt of many jokes by the onboard comedians, literally! Thankfully now most ships have the flush button behind the lid so you have to get up to reach it. This has been Lisel Hlista for travelwishtv**** with yet another travel tip. Thanks for watching.
22 May 2008
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travelwishtv**** This Tip is IMPORTANT - People sometimes make mistakes in life that places them on the wrong side of the law. If that has happened to you be sure to tie up all the loose ends before you go on the cruise. The reason is that a security check is done on all passengers when returning back to port. If for any reason there is an outstanding warrant for you the authorities will arrest you before you can leave the ship. I saw this happen to an elderly lady that had some problems with the law many years earlier. They announced her name over the public address system as if there was a message for her. When she went to get the message they took her away in a detective's car that was waiting at the dock. They wouldn't even let her get her luggage! This has been Lisel Hlista for travelwishtv**** with yet another travel tip. Thanks for watching.
22 May 2008
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