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La Marguerite Mekong cruise

La Marguerite Mekong cruise

La Marguerite Mekong cruise

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http://vietnamhalongbaycruise.com

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La Marguerite is to set the first sail from HCMC - Siem reap on 20 September and for this very special occasions we launch a Grand Opening Special program in which offer 2029USD for Mekong Stateroom based on 2 persons occupancy including: All excursions including entrance fees, transportation, English-speaking tour guide. Taxes, fuel, pilot, port dues, passenger levies, full board during program. All meals: Beer 333, Angkor Beer, Packet Juices, Soft Drinks, Vietnamese Vodka & Rum. Transfer between the ship and meeting points at the start and end of the voyage

Published on 7/21/09

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Contributor: jehnavi [20] 3/22/10

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A vacation is an opportunity to get a tan, relax in comfy clothes, wade in the water, etc. Although, be cautious, others may feel uncomfortable by what you are wearing. A good rule to follow is if you wouldn’t feel comfortable wearing the outfit in a public place at home, don’t wear it here on the ship.
http://www.cruise360.net/tips-and-guidelines-for-cruise-traveling.html

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