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  1. Is this a bad thing? We have a family sailing that requires 6 rooms. 4 people want the drink package,the rest do not. We are considering putting those four in 2 rooms because of the "everyone in the room buys the package" rule... Even though they aren't staying together. My question is, first is this a bad thing to consider? We aren't trying to ripoff anyone, unless I'm thinking of it the wrong way. And as far as inconvenience of not accessing your room because you have the key to another room... I don't see that happening because we are all couples who will (for the most part) all be with their room mate the majority of the time. So I'm wondering if anyone has any thoughts or sees issues with this both morally and/or logistically. Thanks
  2. Hello, I am taking a cruise with RCCL next week in SE Asia, one of our ports is Langkawi and I have no idea what to do there. My girlfriend and I are considering the skycab and oriental village excursion. Mostly though, for the oriental village because she is afraid of heights and might not enjoy the skycab. What I'm wondering is, if we get this package, does anyone know if we can skip the skycab? I'm sure we'll be charged for it, but I want to make sure that he bus doesn't just drop us off at the top of a hill and our only option is to take it down to get to the village. I'd much rather spend the entire time in the village. Thanks
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