Recently, I flew British Airways for the first time in a few years and it can be summed up by saying: My how the mighty have fallen! Check out all the grim details in my review.
Recently I went on my first ever cold weather cruise! This is what I made of the ports of call on my Scandinavian Adventure.
Sapphire Princess, how I wish I was still on you! Sapphire Princess was launched in 2004, making her the grand old age of 15 years old – To this end she is also the oldest Princess ship I have sailed on; she was also the smallest Princess ship I have ever sailed on holding a mere 2,670 guests (any non-cruisers reading this will think how on earth is that small!? But once you have been on a ship that holds 6,360 passengers,
When I travel I like to be cut off from the outside world, I guess you could say that I embrace digital detox – Here is why I think you should follow my example.
Winter can be a great time to pick up those cruise essentials! Especially because during the January sales they tend to be absolute bargains.
Dear Santa, define good? Because I’m not sure I have been well behaved but I still have a request! All I want for Christmas is a cruise.
I recently stepped out of the cruise bubble and went on a mini break of the land variety! This is how I fared in the wilds of the northern countryside on a great British adventure
Coming home from travelling is hard! Not everyone will understand but your fellow travellers definitely do. Here is how I feel post-adventure…
Any chance to be at sea is great! But these ports make being on dry land almost as good as being at sea. Here are my top five cruise ports!
Princess Cruises are my all time favorite! But I recently sailed on Royal Caribbean and this is how the Royal WOW! Measured up against my favorite.