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Re: [IP] cruising with a pump



On our cruise we had a small safe in the cabin. The nice thing was that you
decided what the 
combination was. A great place for a pump.

jimb





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> One observation - when we went on our cruise the pool was wall to wall
>children...there was actually a second pool that was adults - but it too was
>often quite full. And if you are using a hot tub the pump should come off to
>protect the insulin. As long as you are on board ship it is really quite
easy to
>just leave it in your room and run up for a bolus if you are spending all
day by
>the pool.
>
> Since our port excursions were land based I don't have anything to add about
>ocean swimming.
>
>Good Luck and Happy Cruising - 
>
>Linda & Dax
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