Food was excellent and too plentiful- not many of us can have large breakfast, lunch and 3 course dinners every night. Your not made to eat but its so good its hard not too. I liked having cooked omelet with what ever i wanted in it each morning.
Wine was included but was often a little too sweat for my liking. After so feed back on that topic I got dry wine I liked :)
Activities were professional and too plentiful. We often had up to 4 options in one day and could only do 2/3 of them so what to miss out on was hard to decide as we hand not been on any before. Guides were usually locals who spoke English well and they used radio transmitters to communicate with the groups (normally 10 to 20 people). To fit in with the boat schedule the time of departure varied from 8am to 10am in the mornings and usually cam back for lunch but again times varied as the activities too different times. There was 2 paces of walking slow ( called normal)and very slow called slow)- often there were 3 groups and people would have liked a faster group which could have been organized but didn't happen. On reflection now back in Melbourne I think I would have enjoyed missing a few activites and staying on the boat more - the boat was very comfortable and the views from the boat were often just as good as going ashore but more comfortable and relaxing.
On Board activities were very varied one was awful, 3 were OUTSTANDING and most were good. My favorite was the Glass blower.
Everything went perfectly on the trip so I recommend the trip to anyone