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Its beautiful.

CT, how rough is the water there? Likely a problem for the seasick-prone?
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Beautiful pictures. One problem, no images of kayaks.



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CT, do a few laps in that tepid water.

By the way, great photo.
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CT, how do you deal with the seasickness? Is it just a day or so, or have you been sick the whole time? I'd like to try a cruise, but the thought of being sick for a week is more than I can handle.
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I am taking the drug Meclizine, however when the sea really gets rough, I feel a bit ill.
Lot of people feel a bit nauseous when first taking mescaline.

Oops! wrong drug.
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To quote Jim Stafford - "Take a trip and never leave the farm"!! 8)
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I definitely need to go to Alaska one of these days. I use the patch for seasickness and have not been seasick since using it.

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This is my first post after monitoring this site for a couple months now. DW and I Took this trip fist week in July 2005, and I had a blast. Ship was a bit small though and we enjoyed our Royal Caribbean cruise more. Holland America was not quite up to par on this trip. We went from Seward to Sitka, Juneau, and Ketchikan and ended up in Vancouver. Sea was a bit rough when we were out to sea and not in the inside passage.
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