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Kathamo

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About Kathamo

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    Los Angeles, CA
  • Interests
    Food, cocktails, Disneyland
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Celebrity Cruises

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  1. I’m not interested in characters, but I do have a small child and would like lots of photos of our cruise experience. Are there photographers wandering around taking candid or spontaneous shots, or are there just formal/scheduled photo ops?
  2. Well not that I need to explain it to anybody, but maintaining my business requires that I at least check in once per day. An hour of emails should do it. I can’t just go totally MIA for a week.
  3. Has anyone tried truly working from a Disney ship? Frequent slack messages, emails, etc. I suppose Zoom audio calls are too much to ask? Has anyone heard rumors of unlimited internet plans like on other cruise lines?
  4. Hi all, long-time Disneyland passholder here (RIP), and I just booked my first Disney cruise. Do passengers wear Mickey and Minnie ears on board like we do at the parks?
  5. Hello, my husband is interested in lap swimming in the new lap pools on Edge class. Are there designated lap swimming hours?
  6. Reviving this thread to ask a question: I'm assuming that the Celebrity Suite can accommodate at least three people (me, my husband, and our small child), since most of their staterooms accommodate up to four. But where does the third person sleep? Does the sofa convert to a bed? Does anyone have a photo of that configuration?
  7. @snoozecrooze Did I miss the patters from the rest of your trip? I'd love to get a glimpse of the last two days (Thurs/Fri) of this itinerary. Thanks!
  8. I, too, was pleasantly surprised to see this!!!
  9. Hi there, I'll be cruising with my two-year-old on the Royal Princess in April. The Princess website says that children younger than three can "explore" the kids' club with an adult (i.e., there is no drop-off childcare for kids younger than three, but they are allowed inside with a parent or other adult). My question is: Can children younger than three participate in the activities that may be going on in the kids club, under the supervision of their adult (me)? For example, a sample Kids Patter listed "Play-Doh Fun" as an activity. Another listed face painting. It would be frustrating for my
  10. Can anyone recommend a children’s book to prepare a toddler for a cruise? Ideally something to get them used to the idea and get them excited.
  11. Hi, I know this is kind of an old thread. I need to participate in a 3-hour videoconference call in Puerto Vallarta in April, so I need a reliable and relatively secure wifi connection. Any suggestions? I'm considering a day pass at a coworking office: https://vallartacowork.com/
  12. Thanks for the info. At my son's age, we probably won't get off the ship much anyway, so I'm less concerned about that. We cruise for the ship, not the itinerary.
  13. Hi! Cross-posting from the Family Cruises forum. My family of three needs a vacation! My husband and I are contemplating taking our 2-year-old on his first cruise, but only if we can find something with child care so that we can have time to relax and enjoy ourselves. My son has no chill, so the only way to really relax is if someone else is watching him for a time. He is outgoing and is not afraid of new environments and new people. Is Disney the only cruise line that provides child care (paid or unpaid) for two year olds? Most cruise lines seem to offer kids' clubs fo
  14. Hi! My family of three needs a vacation! My husband and I are contemplating taking our 2-year-old on his first cruise, but only if we can find something with child care so that we can have time to relax and enjoy ourselves. My son has no chill, so the only way to really relax is if someone else is watching him for a time. He is outgoing and is not afraid of new environments and new people. Is Disney the only cruise line that provides child care (paid or unpaid) for two year olds? Most cruise lines seem to offer kids' clubs for age 3+ only. We are in Southern California and prefer t
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