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Each incoming post that meets the rules listed below will either get
an approval message or a rejection message provided that a valid
email address was used. Addresses will not edited to remove any
If you've been to an all-inclusive resort within the last year, we'd
welcome your submissions. If you submit an article, please include
information about yourself -- whether you were traveling as a single,
couple, or family -- and tell us about the food, accommodations, the
entertainment, and the things you liked the best and the things you
did not care for. Make sure to say when your trip took place.
If you do not see answers to questions you may have, please first
take a look at past posts to the group by going to
http://groups.google.com and use the "Advanced Groups Search"
function of that site to see the previous posts about any particular
area or resort.
1. Posts must be about all-inclusive resorts or about the operation
of this group.
Here is the definition of all-inclusive resorts that we use for
- All meals and evening entertainment are included in the package
- There is no tipping, and the resort actively enforces this rule.
- All the guests at the resort are part of the inclusive plan.
For a list of the all-inclusive resorts that currently meet this
definition, see the list at:
2. No crossposts, that is, posts must have only this group in the
3. No spam or commercial posts, which includes posts by travel agents
or travel websites. Also, posts asking questions about travel agents
or travel websites are not allowed.
4. No posts with flames or any other personal invective will be
5. Please place your new comments within the quoted text so that the
discussion is easier to follow.
6. Please delete any quoted text that you are not commenting on since
it makes it easier to follow the discussion. A moderator may delete
such extraneous quoted text at their own discretion.
7. Please limit the size of appended signature files to 2 lines or
less. Articles with excessively long signatures will either have the
signatures deleted outright prior to approval or will be returned to
the author for revision.
Exceptions to the signature restrictions will be made, provided
that the poster has a very good reason for the format of their
particular signature and that they communicate that reason to the
moderators. One example of such an acceptable reason would be
legal disclaimers required by the poster's organization (company,
university, or facility providing their Internet access).
To contact the moderator, send email to:
David Bath - Moderator for rec.travel.resorts.all-inclusive
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