1. She thinks there could be another problem. She is
worried that they wonít go on a trip.
2. The ship will be going to different countries. A
passport is required to prove citizenship.
3. No, she doesnít. The women donít plan on being in it
4. Sea-sickness is when the motion of the ship makes a
person feel dizzy or ill.
5. In an emergency, a doctor can read what a person is
taking. It is also proof of a medical reason for
taking the drug.
6. Formal clothes mean long dresses for women, tuxedos
for men. Semi-formal means women can wear short
dresses, while men can wear suits. Casual clothes
mean that men and women can wear pants or shorts.
7. There is a library, a jewelry store, a gift shop, a
beauty salon, a physical fitness center, a tobacco
and liquor store, laundry rooms and several night
clubs with dancing.
8. Children have their own activity director who plans
lots of things for them to do.
9. There is a cruise director who plans all the
10. There is golf, tennis, shuffleboard, and lots of
inside games, too.
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