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Lyon to Arles cruise review

From truffles to wine and architecture, France’s waterways are centre stage, writes Louise Goldsbury in the SUN HERALD. All the main players in river cruising are expanding their French waterway … 

Guide to Central Park NYC

New York may be the city that never sleeps, but Central Park is where people go to relax. The huge space, stretching 51 blocks through the heart of Manhattan, is … 

Nevada: Road trip from Vegas to Reno

I never thought I would want to leave behind the bedazzlement of Las Vegas to drive across the desert for a week. But the echoic emptiness of mountain ranges and … 

Theme cruises

The union of like-minded passengers on a themed cruise provides a purpose as well as permission to mingle, so it’s a holiday style that suits solo travellers as much as … 

Ocean vs River Cruising

To define the difference between ocean and river cruising is to contrast a resort holiday with a boutique hotel – the mode of travel may be similar but the journeys … 

NEW blog making waves!

After much pushing and screaming, The Cruisey Life has given birth to a bad baby, The Cruisey Life: Uncensored. Not your average cruise blog, this is the cheeky stuff that … 

Missing on the Mekong

Published in the Sun Herald 17 Feb 2013, a story about a cruise without a ship. Cambodia’s worst flood in a decade has coincided with the Mekong’s biggest cruising season. … 

Top 10 luxury cruises

Usually, when someone asks my favourite cruise lines, I say “anything beginning with S”, referring to Seabourn, Silversea and the lesser known SeaDream. But a Top 10 was hard to … 

Best luxury cruises

I have two pieces in the current issue of Gourmet Traveller (Feb 2013). They asked me more than a year ago and then, whoops, Costa Concordia sank so the whole … 

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