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    TrulyBlonde was formerly portofinoitaly. FYI! easier to type

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  1. Shanghai is worth the price of the Visa. The Bund is fabulous especially at night. We embarked in Shanghai and spent two days prior to enjoy the city. Well worth it and you won't be disappointed. Just my suggestion. It deserves more than one day.
  2. Yes, Incheon for Seoul and Jeju Island. Shanghai, Beijing, the 2 stops in S. Korea, Kobe for Kyoto, Shimizu for Mt. Fuji, and Tokyo.
  3. After reflection, Viking may have been a one off due to change over in crew. I typically sailed Oceania, but based on the people posting on that Board, I think it is the New "O". As a friend of ours stated, old hippies and bad food. Not going back there and Viking does have beautiful ships.
  4. Maybe one for you and one for me and Hum will make it 3? Not sure Jim is a fan of mine anymore because I did not like Viking? If he forgives me we can make it 4. xoxo
  5. Heading back to my SeaDreamers. What a delightful group to be a part of. See you soon! xo
  6. How I wish Hum would be back with his daily updates to give me my morning laugh. With all that is going on with the Royals right now, his humor would be greatly appreciated. At least I have you to provide a smile. I am done with that other cruise line and now crazy board. It has turned into a Boones Farm group that most likely are having Flashbacks. 😉 Heading out to the slopes now. Have a nice weekend everyone.
  7. My friend Raggie is having a Petrus party on the Jeans Board. Sounds Wonderful, don't you agree?
  8. This is the new "O".🙄
  9. Great Idea Raggie. When I am in OC next, let's share some. I will buy, a lot cheaper than a cruise. I am still blonde. 😉
  10. Agree. Just there this past November. Head up to Sir Elly's bar at the Peninsula Hotel for some magical viewing. My favorite hotel brand in Asia.
  11. The style was popularized by skaters and hip-hop artists in the 1990s.[5][6] It later became a symbol of freedom and cultural awareness among some youths[7] or a symbol of their rejection of the values of mainstream society.[8] It is often claimed the style originated from the United States prison system where belts are sometimes prohibited[9] and there can be a lack of appropriately sized clothing. I think you very well understood without the image. Not the plumber. Thug Life.
  12. I think what she meant were the baggy jeans that are falling off their rear end. If they don't hold them up, they will be at their ankles. Thug Life
  13. Yes, but there is Hep C. Happy your did your research prior. "Making the choice to adorn your body with ink is ultimately your decision but if you currently have cancer or may be predisposed to it, please weigh your options carefully. Hopefully, in the future, there will be more medical research done on the lymphatic system and how it responds to the various types of tattoo ink. Until then, be wise. Think before you ink"
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