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About northerngirls

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    Iqaluit, Nunavut
  1. I saw you leave...and waved[emoji4] Sent from my iPad using Forums
  2. I live in Iqaluit, Nunavut. I was out walking my dog this morning and saw your ship in port. Will you disembark? Sent from my iPad using Forums
  3. Yup...I had many of them! As well as the frosty cappuccino [emoji4] Sent from my iPad using Forums
  4. Ummm... we had to be out of our rooms at 11:00 am. We were not cleared to disembark until 4ish. We didn’t have any choice but to be in the public areas for 5 hours. Sent from my iPad using Forums
  5. 11:00 am...I think we disembarked around 4 Sent from my iPad using Forums
  6. I witnessed a man outright refuse to sanitize his hands while staff were at sanitizing stations after the code red had been declared. During the code red tables are sanitized after use in Terrace Cafe and a card placed on it stating when it will be available for next passenger...5 minutes for sanitizer to work. I witnessed a man sit down with a group and take a pen out of his pocket and change the time. When we questioned him he laughed and said a few minutes wouldn’t hurt. I have heard women leave the washroom without washing their hands. I believe illness is absolutely spread by passengers with the mentality that it won’t happen to them. Sent from my iPad using Forums
  7. And I would have been one of them! It was a fabulous cruise from food to crew to fellow passengers. Yes there were some glitches but that happens. I was merely wondering how they would get a deep cleaning done in such a short time Sent from my iPhone using Forums
  8. That sounds odd We disembarked at 4 and the crew had to still do a deep clean before the new passengers were let on. I’d say weather had nothing to do with it and it was more the code red they had to deal with Sent from my iPhone using Forums
  9. ETA in San Francisco is now 2:00 pm Captain announced about 1/2 hour ago Sent from my iPhone using Forums
  10. We are going on our first Oceania cruise May 6-22, Panama Canal on Regatta. I have a couple of questions Firstly I know the topic of dress is beaten to death on these boards but I still have a concern. I get country club casual....but I noticed it says no sandals in the grand dining room. Do you really have to wear closed toe shoes? I’m not talking beach flip flops...but comfortable sandals. Along the lines of Birkenstocks that aren’t 20 years old. Also...how do I find out if there is a guest lecturer on our specific cruise? Or are they on all of them? Or only portions of the cruise? Thank you in advance for input...these boards have been a wealth of information for me Sent from my iPad using Forums
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