Monthly Archives: October 2014

Healthy Buckwheat Cookies

In a family full of people on special diets, I needed to come up with a desert recipe for a group trip that anyone there could eat.  Something gluten free, dairy free, low sugar, no chocolate, no peanuts and no … Continue reading

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Memories of a Cruise Ship Doctor Part 3 – The “Seasick” Passenger

Sometimes people get sick on cruise ships.  Each ship has a doctor on board to serve both passengers and crew.  Dr. Len Kreisler spent four years working as a ship’s physician for Regent Lines who ran five 1960’s era ships … Continue reading

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Hanging Towel Monkey with Open Mouth

How To Fold a Towel Monkey Supplies Needed for Hanging Towel Monkey 1 bath towel          1 hand towel           decorations           hangings How to Fold a Hanging Towel Monkey Body The hanging towel monkey uses the standard towel animal body.  Lay bath … Continue reading

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A Very British Cruise on P and O

This is a guest blog from Paul Symonds, who writes a blog about Wayfinding with helpful hints on how to get around in your travels such as this post about navigating yourself around a cruise ship. A Very British Cruise … Continue reading

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Walking Tour of Willemstad, Curacao

On a day that could turn from sun to rain and back in the blink of an eye, our shore excursion from the Divina of MSC Cruises in Curacao included a walking tour of nearby Willemstad after a visit to … Continue reading

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