Luxury Down Under: From Cattle to Clotted Cream

July 13, 2012 | By | No Comments

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Although most of us have experienced the serfdom of economy-class flight and being herded like cattle during embarkation, it was the remainder of CalifCruiser326‘s three-week luxury cruise to New Zealand, Tonga, Fiji, New Calendonia and Australia on Oceania’s Regatta that left us drooling for the fresh scones with clotted cream at high tea, the Oholei Beach & Hina Cave shore excursion and the tufted leather banquettes of luxury sailing Down Under. She had us at “kept our refrigerator stocked with our favorite beverages.” Check out her envy-inducing review. For her efforts, CalifCruiser326 — along with the four other R.O.W., Artemis, FlaFam3, agru and 8milfan — receives a Cruise Critic insulated sportsbag.
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