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Yes, your Aloha balcony is fully covered. Yes, there is an international cafe. No there is no night light in the bathroom, but there is a light just outside the bathroom (closet area). You could leave that light on at night so you can find your way to the bathroom. You could also bring a plug-in night light.
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I have read that the plugs in the bathroom are Non Polarized which means both blades have to be the same. I just went to a hardware store and told them what I needed and they took a plug adapter and gave it to the key guy who cut and filed it down so both plugs look the same. My cost $1.60. Ill try it out on my Alaska cruise this Friday.