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  1. Kathi!! Both Snort and Ollie got great window seats in business class for our flight to Los Angeles.
  2. Snort and I arrived home a couple of hours ago. 3 flights, 18 hours actual flying time, 17 hours of wait time in airports. Total : 35 hours. exhausted but happy to be back in my home country.
  3. Thanks Andrea. Miss you, girl! Our 30 minutes begins now.....
  4. Roy, I am surprised you aren’t on a flight home yet. Has Cunard at least been in touch with you so you know you haven’t fallen through the cracks? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. The internet is very challenging. Sorry for the multiple posts. I only hit the reply button once but it got into a loop for some reason. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Snort is doing well, thanks for thinking of him! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. HAL is helping as best they can, on board. They have supplied several telephones on and near the fro t desk and are letting people use them free of charge to call their travel agents or airlines to arrange their air travel. They’ve also set up extra computers in the classroom so people can use them (assuming decent internet which is spotty). Crew members such as the shore excursion staff are also individually helping some passengers feed who are having difficulties navigating their way to make travel arrangements. I think the offer from HAL is very fair. It’s not HAL’s fault any of this happened. I don’t blame them and I think, under the circumstances, they are stepping up and doing the very best that they can. Our staff and crew are working under extraordinary conditions right now and I have nothing but praise for them. As for Miss Dolly, my understanding is that she does NOT live on the ship full time. She goes home for a few months each year. Her stuff may be on the ship full time, however. Adventures aren’t always all fun and games (trivia!!). They sometimes are scary and unknown. And trying, and like a good pitcher throwing us curveballs. But we are travelers! Not tourists! Let’s all stay positive!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. HAL is helping as best they can, on board. They have supplied several telephones on and near the fro t desk and are letting people use them free of charge to call their travel agents or airlines to arrange their air travel. They’ve also set up extra computers in the classroom so people can use them (assuming decent internet which is spotty). Crew members such as the shore excursion staff are also individually helping some passengers feed who are having difficulties navigating their way to make travel arrangements. I think the offer from HAL is very fair. It’s not HAL’s fault any of this happened. I don’t blame them and I think, under the circumstances, they are stepping up and doing the very best that they can. Our staff and crew are working under extraordinary conditions right now and I have nothing but praise for them. As for Miss Dolly, my understanding is that she does NOT live on the ship full time. She goes home for a few months each year. Her stuff may be on the ship full time, however. Adventures aren’t always all fun and games (trivia!!). They sometimes are scary and unknown. And trying, and like a good pitcher throwing us curveballs. But we are travelers! Not tourists! Let’s all stay positive!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. HAL is helping as best they can, on board. They have supplied several telephones on and near the fro t desk and are letting people use them free of charge to call their travel agents or airlines to arrange their air travel. They’ve also set up extra computers in the classroom so people can use them (assuming decent internet which is spotty). Crew members such as the shore excursion staff are also individually helping some passengers feed who are having difficulties navigating their way to make travel arrangements. I think the offer from HAL is very fair. It’s not HAL’s fault any of this happened. I don’t blame them and I think, under the circumstances, they are stepping up and doing the very best that they can. Our staff and crew are working under extraordinary conditions right now and I have nothing but praise for them. As for Miss Dolly, my understanding is that she does NOT live on the ship full time. She goes home for a few months each year. Her stuff may be on the ship full time, however. Adventures aren’t always all fun and games (trivia!!). They sometimes are scary and unknown. And trying, and like a good pitcher throwing us curveballs. But we are travelers! Not tourists! Let’s all stay positive!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. HAL is helping as best they can, on board. They have supplied several telephones on and near the fro t desk and are letting people use them free of charge to call their travel agents or airlines to arrange their air travel. They’ve also set up extra computers in the classroom so people can use them (assuming decent internet which is spotty). Crew members such as the shore excursion staff are also individually helping some passengers feed who are having difficulties navigating their way to make travel arrangements. I think the offer from HAL is very fair. It’s not HAL’s fault any of this happened. I don’t blame them and I think, under the circumstances, they are stepping up and doing the very best that they can. Our staff and crew are working under extraordinary conditions right now and I have nothing but praise for them. As for Miss Dolly, my understanding is that she does NOT live on the ship full time. She goes home for a few months each year. Her stuff may be on the ship full time, however. Adventures aren’t always all fun and games (trivia!!). They sometimes are scary and unknown. And trying, and like a good pitcher throwing us curveballs. But we are travelers! Not tourists! Let’s all stay positive!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. HAL is helping as best they can, on board. They have supplied several telephones on and near the fro t desk and are letting people use them free of charge to call their travel agents or airlines to arrange their air travel. They’ve also set up extra computers in the classroom so people can use them (assuming decent internet which is spotty). Crew members such as the shore excursion staff are also individually helping some passengers feed who are having difficulties navigating their way to make travel arrangements. I think the offer from HAL is very fair. It’s not HAL’s fault any of this happened. I don’t blame them and I think, under the circumstances, they are stepping up and doing the very best that they can. Our staff and crew are working under extraordinary conditions right now and I have nothing but praise for them. As for Miss Dolly, my understanding is that she does NOT live on the ship full time. She goes home for a few months each year. Her stuff may be on the ship full time, however. Adventures aren’t always all fun and games (trivia!!). They sometimes are scary and unknown. And trying, and like a good pitcher throwing us curveballs. But we are travelers! Not tourists! Let’s all stay positive!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. HAL is helping as best they can, on board. They have supplied several telephones on and near the fro t desk and are letting people use them free of charge to call their travel agents or airlines to arrange their air travel. They’ve also set up extra computers in the classroom so people can use them (assuming decent internet which is spotty). Crew members such as the shore excursion staff are also individually helping some passengers feed who are having difficulties navigating their way to make travel arrangements. I think the offer from HAL is very fair. It’s not HAL’s fault any of this happened. I don’t blame them and I think, under the circumstances, they are stepping up and doing the very best that they can. Our staff and crew are working under extraordinary conditions right now and I have nothing but praise for them. As for Miss Dolly, my understanding is that she does NOT live on the ship full time. She goes home for a few months each year. Her stuff may be on the ship full time, however. Adventures aren’t always all fun and games (trivia!!). They sometimes are scary and unknown. And trying, and like a good pitcher throwing us curveballs. But we are travelers! Not tourists! Let’s all stay positive!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. HAL is helping as best they can, on board. They have supplied several telephones on and near the fro t desk and are letting people use them free of charge to call their travel agents or airlines to arrange their air travel. They’ve also set up extra computers in the classroom so people can use them (assuming decent internet which is spotty). Crew members such as the shore excursion staff are also individually helping some passengers feed who are having difficulties navigating their way to make travel arrangements. I think the offer from HAL is very fair. It’s not HAL’s fault any of this happened. I don’t blame them and I think, under the circumstances, they are stepping up and doing the very best that they can. Our staff and crew are working under extraordinary conditions right now and I have nothing but praise for them. As for Miss Dolly, my understanding is that she does NOT live on the ship full time. She goes home for a few months each year. Her stuff may be on the ship full time, however. Adventures aren’t always all fun and games (trivia!!). They sometimes are scary and unknown. And trying, and like a good pitcher throwing us curveballs. But we are travelers! Not tourists! Let’s all stay positive!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Sherita and Snort reporting in here. There’s no cheating going on at trivia! Not by our team or any other on the ship. We occasionally hear a question that was asked a year or two prior and we all wrack our brains trying to remember what the answer is or was. Most of the time we remember wrong. twodjs - While you are most certainly entitled to your opinion and to posting same here, please be aware that you are massively outnumbered on this thread by people who enjoy the blog and love Kathi’s trivia q and a. Please direct your hostile attitude elsewhere. Namaste.
  15. Is it quiet? I’ve heard over and over that the air mini is noisy.
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