Get intimate with Fiji

Kate Webster takes you aboard the Fiji Princess for an intimate escape in Fiji. Fiji is known as a flop and drop destination. White sandy beaches, shading palm trees and clear blue waters enhanced more by a relaxed warm vibe. It really is paradise. But what if you could flop and drop knowing you will wake the next morning, or from your afternoon snooze, to look at a new magical destination? That is the appeal of a cruise around the islands of Fiji. One day you can be anchored in a small cove sheltered by a rocky mysterious island, the next tendering ashore to a remote local village and school.

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It’s always happy hour on Radiance of the Seas

With the magnificent backdrop of Sydney Harbour on a summer day that couldn’t be more perfect, I found myself stepping onto the decks of Royal Caribbean’s Radiance of the Seas. Initial reactions of awe enveloped my body.  She is a big girl.  A total 220 square meters to be exact.  But she needs to be to house2100 passengers and over 850 crew to look after them. The last cruise I took was on PO Pacific Sky, and well let’s just say, it was an eventful cruise after we became shipwrecked on an island off the Isle of Pines.  So I was slightly hesitant as to what this cruise would deliver.

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