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The Diabetes Society presents . . .

Fish in the ocean Cruise Camp
Carnival Cruise Lines

For teens 13 to 17 years old
Monday, June 16 to Friday, June 20, 2008
A 4 day Cruise to Baja Mexico from Los Angeles
Carnival Cruise Lines Fun Ships: Ship Paradise

Students with school still in session can bring independent studies and time will be allocated each day for homework.

Where:Los Angeles to Baja Mexico
For:Teens ages 13 to 17 - Co-ed
Dates:Monday, June 16 to Friday, June 20, 2008
Times:9:00 am Monday - 12:30 p.m. Friday (approximate)
Ensenada Mexico and Catalina Island Excursions, Cruise Ship Activities, Diabetes Education, plus much more. Each teen needs a valid U.S. passport for this cruise.
Cost:$650, due by April 15, 2008. The camp fee includes meals, cabin accommodations, round-trip ground transfer to/from port, and diabetes education materials.
Note:Parents providing their child's own ground transportation to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) need to contact the Diabetes Society office to make special arrangements. All air travel MUST be made through the Diabetes Society for teens flying into LAX.

Map of Route
Mon.Los Angeles 5:30 P.M.
Tues.Catalina8:00 A.M.5:00 P.M.
Wed.Ensenada9:00 A.M.4:00 P.M.
Thurs."Fun Day at Sea"  
Fri.Los Angeles8:00 A.M. 

About 24 miles off the California coast rests the island of Catalina, where awesome beauty comes naturally. Here the buffalo truly roam. Hundreds of them. Beneath tall cliffs, the waves spill onto sun-drenched, sandy beaches. We will take a glass-bottomed boat ride and look beneath the waves to see neon fish, manta rays and sea lions. Journey back in time to catch an unforgettable performance of the high-stepping, Arabian steeds at Rancho Escondido. It's all part of the mini-camp packed with maximum fun!

Experience the beauty of the Mexican Baja Peninsula as we explore sunny Ensenada, Mexico. Here you'll find glistening beaches just right for a leisurely stroll. Visit Ensenada's rugged coast and marvel as Las Bufadora, a natural geyser, sprays water 50 feet into the air. Browse the shops along Avenida Lopez Mateos for colorful Mexican blankets and Aztec art. Practice the art of bargaining down the prices. Sure to be included in our camp, a visit to the historic missions and downtown with its mariachi bands, festive atmosphere and amazing picturesque scenery.

Space is Limited!

For more information, contact:

Diabetes Society - Camp Department
1165 Lincoln Avenue, Suite 300
San Jose, CA 95125
1-800-989-1165 x121 Phone
(408) 287-3785 x121 Phone
(408) 287-2701 Fax

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