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“Vaðlaheiðarvegavinnuverkfærageymsluskúraútidyralyklakippuhringur”: What do you think that means? If you thought the name of the volcano that erupted in 2010, Eyjafjallajökull, was a real challenge to pronounce… good luck with the Icelandic language’s longest word! This 64-letter word means "a keychain ring containing the key to a storage shed used by road workers in a place called Vaðlaheiði". Alright, now that you have tried to say it about 5 times, you are officially ready to explore an incomparable world of natural treasure troves (and unpronounceable names).

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There is no doubt one needs to explore our planet to be a better world citizen, to understand the fascinating diversity of cultures, people, customs and to appreciate its extraordinary beauty. Sharing moments with locals is one of the best experiences to delve deeper into the local culture… and that includes our own culture! Because of its geography, Canada has multiple identities, cultures and even languages within its borders. So why not venture out and meet Canadians for a change and perhaps learn about a side of Canada you didn’t know before?

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The Norwegian cruise line Hurtigruten is well-known as a trend setter in creating a more environment friendly cruising experience for its guests.

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Cruising is a bit like finding the perfect mattress. You go window-shopping; you do endless research about the product; you ask around for recommendations and seek additional information from your sales advisor; and finally you try it out. Most of the time, the effort pays off and you find THE mattress that will make your dreams the sweetest and your nights effortless and restful. Where is the connection with picking the right cruise line? Read on…

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Cruisers who have experienced years of enjoyment as a Holland America Line guest will be delighted with the launch of Club Orange. What is Club Orange you’ll ask. It is the cruise line’s new club that will allow you to take your cruise vacation to a different level of pampering. Yes, it is possible!

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Arabesque, Pas de Chat, tutus and pointe shoes will soon be a daily routine onboard Cunard’s majestic Queen Mary II. Next August, the cruise line is taking their guests on an extraordinary experience into the elegant and delicate world of Ballet dancing. Just like you, the English National Ballet will join the ship in Southampton, UK, on August 11, 2019, and will dance the Atlantic until the ship reaches New York, USA, on August 18.

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This winter, you may have made the decision to escape the cold and spend Christmas on the beach, but we know you don’t want to leave behind the warm feelings you adore the holiday season for. Here is a list of items you can pack to remind you that even if you're wearing shorts on December 25, it will still be Christmas!
 
1. Cabin Décor
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This past September, Roslyn and I, together with a wonderful group of friends and past clients, enjoyed our first “barge“ experience. We collaborated with a river cruise company that has a long and glorious history in both barging and river cruising on many of Europe’s great rivers. CroisiEurope is a family business owned by Patrick and Daniele Schmitter. The business involves many members of their family. Today, the company operates close to fifty ships, riverboats and barges, sailing throughout Europe and in the Mediterranean.

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Why not plan with a few friends to go sailing around the British Virgin Islands? The British Virgin Islands are among the world’s most popular sailing destinations and you only have to look around to understand why. Laid-back and low-key, the BVIs are flat-out gorgeous to sail and explore. Hop aboard a state-of-the-art catamaran and discover secluded coves, impossibly beautiful snorkelling spots, and breathtaking islands virtually untouched by humans. Each catamaran has four cabins, maximum eight passengers and a skipper who is eager to show you the most beautiful of islands!

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We are pleased to have Roselle on our staff as a Cruise Specialist as of September 2018.

Roselle, how long have you been employed in the travel industry?
I have been in the travel industry for the past five years. I was employed at Thomas Cook Travel, a wholesaler for travel agents and at Air Canada Vacations. My area of expertise has been primarily the Caribbean. 

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