Since starting my cruise blog, my bucket list has steadily grown. There are destinations in the world I would love to visit, and experiences I would like to take part in.
There is a world of destinations to discover.
Arriving by cruise ship is only one part of the experience. Now it is time to dive in and explore the sights, the sounds, the food, the culture, and the customs.
Organised shore excursions, or shore tours, are a good way to experience the highlights of a destination. Self-organised tours can offer a more tailored experience.
Whatever you choose to do, throw yourself into the destination with your eyes wide open. Soak in the experience and become more enlightened.
MSC Cruises has unveiled ambitious plans to create a £134 million marine reserve island experience in the Bahamas. MSC Cruises will join other cruise lines that offer guests access to their own private islands or resorts.
Montréal is one of my favourite cities in the world. The relatively young city lies on the banks of the Saint Laurence River on the eastern coast of Canada. The city is a port of call worthy of many bucket lists.
Miami is the cruise gateway to the Caribbean and Mexico. But the city at the base of Florida is a destination in its own right.
Norway is such a beautiful country. With an abundance of picture-perfect landscapes, it is the perfect place to escape. It is also a food lover’s paradise with plenty of local dishes on offer prepared with locally sourced ingredients.
Just five hours from London by plane is Tromsø, an ideal base-camp for exploring the Arctic Circle. Located in Northern Norway the small, green and clean city is very welcoming and very easy to get around.
Trace the route migrants took as they sailed into New York in search of the American Dream. Today the city still makes many dreams come true. It is both the melting pot and beating heart of America.