Earlier this month, five couples went on a cruise together for their annual vacation. The trip lasted for a week and the couples spent most of their time together. Each morning they would meet for breakfast and decide what to do for the day. On the fourth morning however, the ship stopped at a tropical island resort and the couples discovered that everyone wanted to do something different. At length, they decided to split up for the day and meet back on the ship for supper to share their adventures with each other. Each couple brought back a single souvenir and remarkably, they all brought back something different. Determine the full name of each couple, what they did for the day, and what souvenir each couple brought back.
1. The couple who went scuba diving didnít buy the homemade candies but loved the souvenir that Bob and Judy brought back.
2. Jake, whose last name wasnít Horner, was disappointed by his golfing scores. Peter, who wasnít married to Tracy, wanted to go sight seeing with Bob Gallop but he went surfing with his wife instead.
3. Each couple is represented by the following: Mr. and Mrs. Peel, homemade candies, Cindy, Bob, and golfing.
4. Mike was not Tracyís husband. Jane was not Edís wife. Ed didnít go hiking.
5. The couple who went sight seeing bought a beautifully carved wood dolphin at one of the local attractions. The dolphin and Sarahís model ship were voted the best of the souvenirs.
6. Ed, who was not married to Cindy, liked the shirts that Jake Bremmer bought. Mike, whose last name was not Elmwood, bought the postcards.
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