By Dickens, Peterborough
on 04 Dec
How do i unsubscripe from your e-mails when i am having to lose my...
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By Kaye, Benahavis
What will the disability cabins have for a wheelchair bound person?
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By rose, London
on 05 Dec
Does everyone pay gratuities on p&o.
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By Marshall, Ballymena Co Antrim n ireland
I have a condition called af if i take this on board can i be...
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By Pickering, Brough
Can anyone tell me what the dining arrangements are on the...
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I have found the sea bands that you wear on your wrists most helpful, even gale force 8 in Bay of Biscay.They work by accupressure, with small 'buttons' that go on certain point on the wrist. cost about £7. No drug side effects.I also found they aided sleep and have even used them on bumpy plane and bus journeys.
I have just been on my first cruise on the Ventura and the journey through the Bay of Biscay was absolutely awful and I am not a sea-going person - I get sick on car ferries. I bought "Sea-Legs" from the pharmacy, took them before going to bed and felt absolutely brilliant next day. Worked for me. Irene, Dunfermline.