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    The real Cyber Bar

    This bar is for fun, friendship, chat and escapism. Anyone is welcome to join in but no rows, bickering or contentious posts allowed!!


    Welcome one and all
    Carol

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    Good for you Cazza. Gerry can be bouncer!

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      #3
      It's already on ice as we speak!
      Carol

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        #4
        Did anyone see the Gordon Brown boobie:D

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          #5
          Just watching it now....true colours coming out now!
          Carol

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            #6
            Wonder who he's been getting his election campaign advice from...Prince Phillip?
            Carol

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              #7
              Really the thoought of being asked to vote for any of them makes my heart sink.
              Anyway is the bar open? A glass of champagne for me please, to celebrate the booking of my second cruise! (Before going on the first, so I'd better like it. If DH's panic attacks get the better of him on Oceana I guess I'm taking the children on Ventura on my own.)

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                #8
                Hee hee Carol, that was a good one. I'll have a glass to celebrate the new opening! :-)

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                  #9
                  Champagne all round....here's to cruising!
                  Carol

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                    #10
                    Britchic, tell your DH that it's impossible to have any sort of anxiety on a cruise. One of the great things about it is that you can do as little or as much as you choose. I thought I might feel a bit claustrophobic but I loved every minute ( of 3 months)!

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by HK, Isle of Wight View Post
                      Britchic, tell your DH that it's impossible to have any sort of anxiety on a cruise. One of the great things about it is that you can do as little or as much as you choose. I thought I might feel a bit claustrophobic but I loved every minute ( of 3 months)!
                      I've told him. He's agreed to go so that's a good first step!

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Britchic, Midlands View Post
                        I've told him. He's agreed to go so that's a good first step!
                        He'll love it !!! where are you going on them, I know you mentioned Easter so I assume that is to the Med.
                        Jo

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Britchic, Midlands View Post
                          If DH's panic attacks get the better of him on Oceana I guess I'm taking the children on Ventura on my own.)
                          I had a bit of trouble persuading my DH he wanted to go on a cruise (what's wrong with Ireland etc?) and he definitely wasn't happy about an inside cabin, even one overlooking the promenade.

                          But once I put him in charge of looking up excursion destinations on Google Earth he was good as gold. Had the trip of a lifetime and insisted we booked again the week after we got home.
                          Liz
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                            #14
                            Could I please have a drink to go with my pack of three Walnut Whips?
                            Sod the diet!

                            My washing machine is broken, and I've hurt the ligament in my right knee ( I think - better wait for the Trauma Doc to assess it!). I may have overdone the Pilates.
                            Just what I need to be limping around Azura.

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by Dancing Queen, Chesterfield View Post
                              He'll love it !!! where are you going on them, I know you mentioned Easter so I assume that is to the Med.
                              Easter is the Med on Oceana and Summer the Fjords on Ventura. Showed the children the DVD that came on the brochure tonight and they were very excited, although my DD (5) now wants to do snorkelling and meet dancing Chinese ladies which may be difficult in Civitivecchia.

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