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Interesting read. Thanks for the link.

Anyone with a lick of sense knows those advertisement pictures can't be accurate.... a public beach with two chairs and pristine sand...really! Anyway, I enjoyed the article. Laughed at a few of the photos, both real and advertisement. Thanks for sharing.

And then reality set in .....


The article was funny, and those who believe that all ad pictures a perfect have never heard of photoshop.

Thanks for sharing. Had to show my wife, we had a good laugh. Some of those, though probably fake, were not far off the mark.

I enjoy being around people

though many do not.

If you are among the latter kind,

buy a yacht.

Crowds can have their upside. While waiting in a huge crowd for our shore excursion, we met a nice couple and spent several days having good conversations with them over dinner. As Aunt Pinkie says, anyone with a lick of sense...

Yet, there are those who see a cruise as some sort of private interaction between them and the cruise line staff.

It is like the TV adds for a high performance car, we never have clear streets to race around on, we get stuck in city traffic not able to get out of 2nd or 3rd gear Crying

Do people really believe those ads? Surprised

They were on the internet, so they must be real.Wink


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