Not everyone wants to shut them selves away from everyone and listen to a cacophony of iridescent nonsense , some of us are still studying and can't afford to take 3 weeks away from their studies and need to do some revision whilst relaxing and enjoying themselves while they are cruising, therefore making the best of both worlds, so please don't jump to conclusions and tar everyone with the smae brush.
Good come-back I am beginning to like you. .... but no kettle ay .. Neil.
We did the transatlantic return cruise on the Island Escape last year - strictly speaking, you are not supposed to take a kettle with you (although we did and it worked fine) No one will bother if you take a cuppa down (or up) to your cabin from the buffet. You will be able to use your charger in the cabin without a problem.
Here we go again another person who readily admits to breaking the rules and putting others in danger without a care in the world and all for the sake of a picnic, how typically British is that. Move into the modern world my friend and lose this 1950's attitude of making do and mending.
Secondly, don't you make friends easily so that you find the need to shut yourself off with one or even two ears being subjected to a cacophony of iridescent nonsense. Live life to the full and talk to people and come to understand more about the world and the peoples who inhabit it. Or am I talking through a hole well down in my anatomical design? …. Neil
Wouldnt it just be easier to bring a flask.