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July 06, 2008


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What a story! I guess it makes people think twice before they go on a cruise to the arctic- in general i think the arctic is not the place you want to get in trouble. But it is such a beautiful spot to visit, you don't get to see such views every day- not even every life-time :)

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Interesting post. Sometimes bad things happen — why? Could it be that if you’re a negative person you instantly draw negativity to like a magnet? If you’re not a negative person, could it be rotten luck? Life happens and sometimes things happen that are out of your control. Do your best to stay calm and roll with the punches (no pun intended). You could learn a great lesson to share with your fellow travelers.

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