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yoshi

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  1. one more dog-mask post (all pictures borrowed from an email from small goods usa cheese shop in la jolla california) if ever in san diego, they make beautiful charcuterie plates.
  2. Everyone is posting memes and talking about coming out of this quarantine with a new skill or side gig. I'm just sitting here wondering how I never noticed there's a turd in Saturday.
  3. Ask not what staying home on the couch can do for you, but staying home on the couch can do for your country.
  4. Norris, this is such a welcome-read during our Covid-19 shut in time! I had already read and enjoyed your more recent Celebrity and Azamara threads but am glad I didn't read all of your reviews because it is so nice to visit reviews of happier times. We will get back there again some day! Thank you for all of your great pictures and stories.
  5. Thanks for responses, I am just missing cruising. I understand that until a vaccine is available there is not much chance for cruising. To hcats point; Although if locals could cruise from So Cal without flying, with passengers wearing masks, with no buffet food service, maybe reduced amount of passengers/crew, and out-door excursions-walking (not sure how to safely bus people), that would be starting cruising back local and "cautiously." For now, long walks on the beach and take out from favorite restaurants will have to fill my need for travel. Take care everyone.
  6. When I read your title "Are Travel Bubbles the Way Forward" I pictured actual individual plastic bubbles which surround each passenger on airplanes-that would be kind of interesting.
  7. ok, then how about San Diego RT with a stop in Ensenada (no one gets off), Catalina, Santa Barbara, Monterey, San Pedro and back? Seven days of fresh ocean air, beautiful sunsets and maybe out-door-type of excursions. Of course with temp checks and masks.
  8. We saw the Millineum docked in San Diego, I wonder if there is any chance for California Coastal cruises? I would seriously consider taking one if allowed. What do you think?
  9. Love your pictures with the stingrays! Thank you for your great review to read, looking forward to the Mexico part as welll.
  10. I think the ABCs are our favorite of the Caribbean islands too. Both times in our Bonaire stops we did snorkeling which I love, but your golf cart road trip looked like so much fun. I want to do that next time. For one of my isolation projects I have been scanning in all my paper photo albums from previous cruises. Yesterday I scanned in our 2003 Panama Canal transit from FLL to San Diego. It made me think of you because we met the nicest family on that cruise from Ontario Canada, the Cooks. We had our two young boys along and they had two young girls and we enjoyed dinners and a few port stops together. Anyhow, I think you should look at the Panama Canal transit because there was much wildlife along the way and it is a photographers paradise. Costa Rica is a must! We typically cruise every year but at this time have nothing booked. We will need to wait and see what opens up and what the restrictions will be before putting the $$ down. Hoping it all gets going again soon.
  11. Thank you Marvy Mare for another great photo review, I read your March 2020 review first but also enjoyed this one (especially since it doesn't have anything to do with _ _ _ _ _-19) Can't wait to get back to these beautiful cruise destinations!
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