We sailed on a 24 night cruise from Sydney to Hong Kong and stayed in cabin E150. The cabin was spacious and had a slightly larger balcony than other deck cabins, as we were aft of the lifeboats. Cabin steward, Mitesh, was excellent and managed to clean our room most days without us even seeing him.
Overall the cruise, entertainment and food were excellent and very good value for money. Although some passengers considered the decor slightly tired we thought it was fine but understand that the ship is due a refit in May.
We did have to pay for wi-fi connection, which seemed a little penny pinching for what otherwise was great value.
Very much enjoyed Chris Shaw, who was fab on the saxophone and also Iris Gonzales who tried very hard to teach us Spanish! Never short of things to do and had a very enjoyable and relaxing holiday.
Embarked our cruise in Sydney. The boat was moored between the Opera House and Bridge wow! So much to see and do all within easy reach of the port, so did not feel the need to book an organised trip. Caught a local bus to Bondi Beach (you need to purchase a card to travel on the public network - and 10 Dollars was enough to get us to Bondi and back.
Cruise was enjoyable and the food good, but did not leave anytime to explore by ourselves afterwards. Very good trip for those who may not be able to walk any distance.View All 9 Brisbane River Reviews
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Fabulous. Traditional dance groups entertained us and locals bought their wares to sell. Really colourful and enjoyable trip.View All 26 Alotau Cultural Festival Reviews
Peace memorial park was very thought provoking. Time to reflect on past events.View All 26 Nagasaki Peace Park Reviews