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Williams - Answered a Question by frimley (20 Sep 07 12:09)

Hi, There is complimentary tea/coffee/kettle etc in your cabin. You can also get tea/coffee/squash/water free of charge in the restaurants. Soft drinks like coke etc would be paid for. Re sea sickness. A positive mental attitude - ie you will be absolutely fine works wonders. I take travel wrist bands and a supply of travel sickness tablets from the chemist as a precaution - although I've never taken any on the three cruises I've done to date. If all else fails you can get an injection from the ship's doctor - which they will charge you for - but money well spent if you need it. Please try to forget about feeling ill and enjoy your holiday - apart from your first day of sailing the main sailing times are at night when you will be having a fantastic time on board seeing shows, having wonderful meals and enjoying the night life. Have a great time.

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mcguire - Answered a Question by frimley (20 Sep 07 14:40)

Yes you can buy bands for your wrists to wear or you can buy seasick pills on ship i would try your chemist might be cheape.

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Tottle - Answered a Question by frimley (20 Sep 07 21:11)

We went on the Med in Aug/Sept and did have a few rough days, best advice is go prepared, we took the wristbands and tablets, which help greatly.

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cracknell - Answered a Question by frimley (21 Sep 07 21:54)

Dont worry about sea sickness. ihave been on many cruises and have not sufferd yet but if you are worried buy a wrist band from boots as they are very good.all tea and coffe in rooms are free. we have been on the ov 4 times and loved it every time great shi.

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