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guy - Answered a Question by Webster (20 Oct 08 13:29)

We were on Galaxy in the Eastern Med last bonfire night and joked with the staff that the 'brits'would be building bonfires on the decks and setting off flares. They didnt seem to know anything about Guy Fawkes and certainly there was nothing visible on the ship to acknowledge the event . Halloween could be different because the Americans DO celebrate that, I know- I have seen the scary films!! Best wishes Carol Guy.

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Neil & Ida Down - Answered a Question by Webster (20 Oct 08 14:58)

Most ships I have been on at Halloween do recognise it, you can't use the word celebrate here, and do a lot for that evening. Only British ships would understand about Guy Fawkes Night, it doesn't figure in any other country's history and it is never, to my knowledge, acknowledged let alone celebrated with fireworks and a bonfire would be totally out of the question. .... Neil.

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wilde - replied to Neil & Ida Down (20 Oct 08 16:18)

Hello ! im quite sure you could name a few ships that you would like to start a bonfire on lol.

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Neil & Ida Down - replied to wilde (20 Oct 08 20:01)

Not with me onboard I can assure you and I can't stand the smell of someone else's barbeque, love and kisses ---- Ida.

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spragg - Answered a Question by Webster (20 Oct 08 17:43)

We were wondering the same also traveling on the same cruise..... i will be the one with the pumpkin on my head lol...

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Aldrich - Answered a Question by Webster (21 Oct 08 08:18)

Americans really know how to celebrate halloween on board. However as your cruise is out ofSouthampton there may be less enthusiasm from the Brits.

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Wilson - Answered a Question by Webster (22 Oct 08 09:46)

Ithink you'll find that the Inde on the 26th october is going to the Canaries and not the Med! As to celebration of Halloween, there is so much going on anyway I'd doubt if it will be an issue - enjoy. This will be the Indes. last European cruise before it departs for the USA for the first time on November 6th. I should have been on board but a knee operation has put paid to that!

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King - Answered a Question by Webster (22 Oct 08 09:51)

Hi, we sailed on Royal carribean's Explorer of the seas last halloween. They had a dress up halloween parade in the royal promenade for adults and children with a prize for the winner and face painting and sweets for kids. Americans seem to love halloween so I am sure there will be something similar on Independence, so bring an outfit!!

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bates - Answered a Question by Webster (23 Oct 08 21:58)

I would say definitely the Independence will be celebrating Halloween. I was on the first cruise in May, and it was one long party every night. I spoke to Ken Rush, the Cruise Director, to ask if all the parades etc were only because of it being such a new ship, & he said, 'No, iy will be like this all the time', so take your masks etc, & have a great time.

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