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One Way to do Hawaii – O’ahu Edition

Earlier this year my wife and I visited the Hawaiian Islands while cruising onboard Star Princess…   The Hawaiian Islands are an archipelago of eight major islands, several atolls […]

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One Way to do Bali

The Indonesian island of Bali is a tourist’s dream offering a wide variety of culture, religion, excellent scenery, beaches and fine temperatures – being just 8 degrees south of the […]

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One Way to do Jakarta

In October 2017 my wife and I had the good fortune to be on a cruise transiting the Java Sea which called at Jakarta, Indonesia’s Capital city. Jakarta is a […]

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One Way to do New Orleans – Part 1

My wife and I visited New Orleans earlier this year when we arrived onboard the P&O cruise ship Oceana for a two night and three day visit. So welcome to […]

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One Way to do Hong Kong

Welcome to this, my take on something different to do while in Hong Kong. Both my wife and I have visited Hong Kong on numerous occasions over the years and have […]

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One Way to do New York – Memorial Edition

Welcome to this the  fourth of my offerings of a ‘One Way to do New York’ which in this edition covers visits to the National September 11 Memorial, Museum and the One […]

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New York Brooklyn Transfers – Update

This update should certainly be of interest to Cunard passengers who sail to New York on Queen Mary 2 and who wish to travel quickly and cheaply ($2.75 per person […]

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One Way to do Bordeaux

Welcome to Bordeaux , hub of the famed wine-growing region of the same name and  port city sitting on the Garonne River in south western France.   It’s known for […]

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One way to do Santorini

Santorini is probably the most archetypal of Greek islands on the Mediterranean cruise ship circuit,  and on most days of the season can accommodate upwards of six ships. It is […]

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One way to do Yangon (Rangoon)

Until recently visiting Yangon has been the preserve of a small number of river cruise ships and their passengers. Over the last 12 months it has been noticeable that this […]

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