West Africa & Cape Verde Islands: Braemar Cruise Review by jeanlyon
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West Africa & Cape Verde Islands
The food was really excellent all the time and one thing that I noticed particularly having sailed with P&O 4 times was the buffet. On Fred O you don't get a tray, get your food and then try to find a table. You wait to be called, not more than a minute or so, then go and get your food. Also, all tables have white tablecloths and napkins. Really nice.
Entertainment was pretty good, although my one reserve about Braemar would be that the theatre is very small and not well raked, so if you are in the middle, you have to crane your More neck to see. However she is a small ship, and we had a similar situation on Artemis.
this cruise was Choirs at Sea and we joined that, although I have not sung since I was 14! It was such fun and we gave two performances on the third last evening at sea.
I have put our ports under Madeira as they don't exist on the list. Less
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