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SOME CRUISE NEWS AND VIEWS FROM THE WEEK

One way and another, it has been quite an eventful few days in the cruise industry. And at least two of the biggest stories originate, or at least impact, on the potentially burgeoning cruise trade in and around Cuba, 412 more words

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British ports are attracting thousands of new cruise passengers

British ports are riding a wave of success as the number of cruise passengers using them continues to grow, new figures show.

Southampton remains Europe’s busiest cruise centre, with an expected 11 per cent increase in passengers passing through the terminals this year to 1.75million.  441 more words

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Hadrian's Wall, day #5 | Once Brewed to Walton

Today has beem the big walk. Once Brewed to Walton, 20 miles (33km) of pure walking across fields and next to the Wall. And with a swollen ankle too! 251 more words

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Hadrian's wall, day #4 | Chollerford to Once Brewed

It may sound a bit dramatic, but I am knackered like hell! Today’s walk was merely 14,5 miles (22,5km) but added to the last couple of days and the horrendous heat that has followed us today… I am quite exhausted to say the least. 313 more words

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Hadrian's wall day #2 | Newcastle to Heddon on the wall

First day at the wall. Sounds like some sort of epic fantasy opening line, but it has actually been one exciting, beautiful and also very exhausting day. 239 more words

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Hadrian's Wall, day #1 | Newcastle

Newcastle is an odd city. It’s a very vague term to describe anything or anywhere, I’m well aware of that, but still I find it’s the most accurate I can think of. 256 more words

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