Please, the least said about it the better.
- cruise line documents;
- each "day program" in each language (up to six sometimes: english, french, deutsch, spanish, italian and japanese - which I can't understand a single ideogram);
- each "guide to port of call" (again up to six);
- all our cruise cards;
- whatever the stateroom assistant leaves in the cabin;
- one item of any bathroom supply (never to be opened in times to come);
- cruise line marked writing paper (never to be used ITTC);
- picture postcards representing the cruise ship (never to be posted ITTC);
- Coca Cola labels from bottles purchased during excursions in various languages;
- as an expansion to the previous, labels from any other beverages from ports of call;
- free newspapers and advertising magazines picked up walking during excursions;
- bus/metro/taxi tickets, cash vouchers and so on.
Since 1990 - our first one was "ITALIA 1990 WORLD SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP", bought at home - we try to get, everytime and everywhere, one of those plastic ashtrays painted with the name of the place we're visiting, as well as ... a little flag of the country. As we waved the Egyptian flag before an egyptian soldier at the dock in Alexandria, he smiled and leapt to attention !
We practically disembark with an additional bag of luggage ... any more suggestion ?