A thousand dancing Indians ruined a cruise for vacationers
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It's no secret that the people of India just love dancing. The Indians treat this matter as responsibly as possible, especially during the holidays. This was confirmed by the passengers of the Australian cruise liner "Sea Traveler", who were lucky enough to be on board with a large group of employees of the Indian tobacco company Kamla Pasand, who were determined to "have fun" to the fullest.
Could the tourists, most of whom traveled with their families, imagine that a group of 1,300 swarthy male and female citizens who decorously climbed onto the deck of the ship would turn their journey into hell?
As soon as the "Sea Traveler" sailed into the open sea, the Indians completely occupied its entertainment facilities, pleasure decks and restaurants of the huge liner, depriving the rest of the passengers of cultural leisure.
If the clerks of the tobacco giant had just been abusing alcohol and making noise for a couple of hours, then their event would not have interested anyone except a few elderly brawlers from VIP cabins.
Unfortunately for everyone, the merry citizens of the most dancing country in the world decided to show what they are capable of and gave themselves up to unrestrained mass dancing to deafening music. In this positive activity, they were helped by ladies dressed in Playboy bunny costumes and behaving in full accordance with their outfit.
The bacchanal, which at first only amused the other passengers, soon ceased to cause smiles, as the Indians turned out to be tireless dancers and no less gifted drinkers. In addition to the cruise ship's supplies, the corporate party participants had boxes of food and drinks that got on board in their luggage. The party in the style of "disco" lasted all three days of the cruise, not stopping for a minute. Since the "Sea Traveler" is designed for 3,000 passengers, it is not difficult to calculate that more than a third of the vacationers had fun, which is quite a lot even for a sea cruise giant.
Cassandra was also outraged by the fact that all the men who formed the backbone of the friendly company were constantly filming what was happening around on their phones, not really worrying about the comfort of the other passengers. Another passenger, Kristin Whaling, is outraged that the cruise organizers did not notify the vacationers about the reckless corporate party on the high seas, spoiling their trip.
We must pay tribute to the company Royal Caribbean International, which owns the "Sea Traveler". After returning to Sydney, all passengers who applied to the firm's office with claims were fully reimbursed for the cost of tickets. In addition, the employees of the cruise company promised to sort out the unpleasant incident and take measures to ensure that the story of dancing in the ocean does not happen again.