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Bobbyoscar on Azura - July 2016

Bobbyoscar on Azura - July 2016

Postby grannyM » 03 Aug 2016 08:14

adogap wrote:Thank you for updates Lesley and Marie. There will be many sighs of relief that all went to plan without too many incidents. Hope Andy continues to feel better and they all have a relaxing and pleasant few days on a calm sea :D

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Absolutely Chris - Big sighs and smiles too as they have had such a lovely time on Azura. :D
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Postby CGBOWLER » 03 Aug 2016 11:42

I'm so pleased you have had a good cruise Glynis and Andy. You deserve it. :clap:
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Postby Trace » 03 Aug 2016 16:55

I'm so pleased all has gone well too. Look forward to hearing all about the cruise from both Glynis and Sue.
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Re: Bobbyoscar on Azura - July 2016

Postby sevenseascoaster » 03 Aug 2016 19:02

Fantastic that the trip seems to have gone so well to a great couple who really needed a really good break :) . Onwards and upwards Glynis and Andy. now look forward to that next cruise :)

Thanks for the updates Lesley & Marie.
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Re: Bobbyoscar on Azura - July 2016

Postby grannyM » 04 Aug 2016 07:48

sevenseascoaster wrote:Fantastic that the trip seems to have gone so well to a great couple who really needed a really good break :) . Onwards and upwards Glynis and Andy. now look forward to that next cruise :)

Thanks for the updates Lesley & Marie.


Seems Andy is already looking at itineraries for the next one Wen. :D
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Re: Bobbyoscar on Azura - July 2016

Postby octocruiser » 04 Aug 2016 07:58

grannyM wrote:
sevenseascoaster wrote:Fantastic that the trip seems to have gone so well to a great couple who really needed a really good break :) . Onwards and upwards Glynis and Andy. now look forward to that next cruise :)

Thanks for the updates Lesley & Marie.


Seems Andy is already looking at itineraries for the next one Wen. :D


The world's their oyster :) Once Glynis has retired they will have so many more options. Positive thinking has beaten the odds and I am sure they will do it again many more times.
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Re: Bobbyoscar on Azura - July 2016

Postby sevenseascoaster » 04 Aug 2016 15:56

grannyM wrote:
sevenseascoaster wrote:Fantastic that the trip seems to have gone so well to a great couple who really needed a really good break :) . Onwards and upwards Glynis and Andy. now look forward to that next cruise :)

Thanks for the updates Lesley & Marie.


Seems Andy is already looking at itineraries for the next one Wen. :D


They are already booked for the next one, replaces the last one they had to cancel :) there's going to be no stopping them once Glynis retires :) :) :) Just how it should be :)
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Re: Bobbyoscar on Azura - July 2016

Postby grannyM » 04 Aug 2016 16:39

sevenseascoaster wrote:
grannyM wrote:
sevenseascoaster wrote:Fantastic that the trip seems to have gone so well to a great couple who really needed a really good break :) . Onwards and upwards Glynis and Andy. now look forward to that next cruise :)

Thanks for the updates Lesley & Marie.


Seems Andy is already looking at itineraries for the next one Wen. :D


They are already booked for the next one, replaces the last one they had to cancel :) there's going to be no stopping them once Glynis retires :) :) :) Just how it should be :)


You know Wen, I did think that but was not 100% if that was this one or not. :oops:
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Re: Bobbyoscar on Azura - July 2016

Postby sevenseascoaster » 05 Aug 2016 12:00

Perhaps I'm wrong, but I thought the cruise they had to cancel was a Celebrity one, now re booked for 2017 :)
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Re: Bobbyoscar on Azura - July 2016

Postby grannyM » 05 Aug 2016 12:44

sevenseascoaster wrote:Perhaps I'm wrong, but I thought the cruise they had to cancel was a Celebrity one, now re booked for 2017 :)


No, Wen, I am wrong, you are right. Didn't mean to imply I knew. Just got a bit confused - easy for me. :oops:
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