Adam Coulter, UK editor of Cruise Critic, says: ‘Cruising is an excellent value holiday because all major expenses (lodging, meals, activities and entertainment) tend to be included with most lines.’However, confusion can arise when a cruise is described as “all inclusive” as there are some items, which are mostly optional, which come with an extra cost, and it’s these which can quickly run up the bill.’Cruisers should be aware that activities such as shore excursions, specialty dining options and spa treatments typically come with an extra cost as do most drinks, including alcohol and soft drinks. Tea, coffee and water are generally included.’The reality is that it’s all about choice, and it’s down to the individual how many extras they enjoy.’For cruisers, being caught out by extra costs is avoidable we advise being savvy and doing your research before you book to ensure you know what is and isn’t included. This helps to avoid any surprises and help your cruise sail smoothly.’You should always haggleWhile bartering over handicrafts in a local market might be a romantic notion, it’s often only a couple of pence you’re arguing over.Yes, prices for tourists are considerably marked up but consider the difference in wealth between you and the vendor, and you might think again over counting the pennies.While in South East Asia, bartering is practically a game, it’s worth baring in mind that handmade itemsmay be marked up to the same extent as the more generic trinkets, but there is a lot less room to negotiate, and haggling over food is a total no no.When it comes down to haggling, it is an art form.
There are many motivating factors. One was my longterm interest in Klimt, Kokoschka and Schiele, the three Austrian Modernists, my fascination with Vienna 1900 and with Freud. I wanted to become a psychoanalyst and I Viennese so I sense a shared intellectual history, particularly with turn of the century Vienna.
Scottish Procurement have introduced new electronic mini competition templates within the Public Contracts Scotland Tender module (PCS T). These are for use by all public sector buying organisations calling off from the two Marketing Services Framework Agreements. The templates are designed specifically to help to streamline the process for public sector buyers and are pre populated with the overarching Framework evaluation criteria..
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