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The Alaskan Cruise- The Angus Report

When I first walked into the ship I was completely amazed. There was staircases leading into different rooms, restaurants in every direction and music playing in the background . First we decided to have lunch, a simple buffet did the trick because we were all famished. After that there was a cruise show that took us around the ship that we did to get an idea of were things were. 

Over the cruise some of the highlights were, kids club. At first I thought that kids club was going to be a nit boring because there were no other boys and the program looked pretty boring but it turned out that it was fabulous. I met this kid called Micheal and we qui key became good friends.Brie pretty much the whole cruise we did stuff together and had great fun. Another highlight was something that you will think is pretty weird but it was very useful. I got a cRs that provided me with unlimited soft drink for the whole cruise.

The soft drink was $2 a glass so it was well worth it be wise whenever I wanted a drink I could get one. Getting of at the ports was also quite fun, first time ever on Alaskan soil. We stopped at ketchikan, jueano, scagway and prince Rupert, we took one tour that involved meeting the race huskie dogs, mining for gold and going into room ht was minus 40 degrees. It was freezing.  I remember on the second day it was our first day in open sea so it was really rocky.

The whole day until 5 o'clock mum and I were throwing up in bed. I don't know how dad and Giaan were able to walk around and do things. Going over to he food. There was 4 free restaurants and 6 restaurants that wee ava la less not to mention all the bars and cafes that were available. For me it was heaven, all you can eat 24/7. He cruise was definitely a fantastic experience and I would love to it again and would recommend it for anyone.

We will go over to Canada now so I'm really looking forward to The Canadian .Rockies  

Posted by The Robbos 11:29

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