Special Guest Cruising with Honey Shares Cruise Tips and Australia’s Cruising Comeback Story
Cruising is back in Australia, and we have a special guest with us to share the news.
We’ll have all the details along with tips and personal experiences from our amazing guest, Honey! Honey is a well known journalist and blogger from the greater Sydney area, and she’s spent many years sharing her passion for the industry with her devoted Facebook audience!
The cruise industry in Australia was shut down for 26 full months, and needless to say, the cruising restart there was moving, and emotional! Honey tells us all about what it was like to be on P&O’s Pacific Explorer, and lots more.
Honey from “Cruising with Honey” is sharing the SCOOP on:
- What the shutdown was like for Australia
- Her experience cruising in Europe before the Australia restart
- Long haul flight tips
- Seasickness tips and remedies
- What cruises you might consider taking if you plan to visit Australia
- What itineraries cruise from Australia (so many choices!)
- What areas of Australia you can cruise from (embarkation port)
- Her exciting future cruise plans
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At end of our evening my wife and I relax listening to your podcast. Clear presentation without the ‘err’ and ‘um’ so often heard between words on other podcast. Having watched your three part packing video on YouTube my wife looked at me and went ‘wow’ it’s like magic. We have been practising for our next cruise! Anyway, when I was much younger cruising on P&O out of the UK (1970’s) on the SS Canberra I remember two things not seen today as cruise activities. 1) The ‘greasy poke’ whereby a pole was covered in something slippery and placed horizontally across the pool with a small prize for anyone who could make it across without touching the water. If I recall, everyone who attempted it fell into the pool as they tried to scoot across. 2) The ‘turtle race’ actually used live turtles (happy that this went way!) to see which one crossed the finish line placed on the dance floor and wagers were placed. Thanks for all you do a comment of time to educate and entertain about cruising. Sincerely, Andrew Alberta, Canada