It costs less than the price of a biscuit on the aeroplane.

Royal Caribbean is offering €1pp with selected 2020 sailings to Europe. www.royalcaribbean.ie.

So what you have to do is:

  • Book an eligible stateroom on the selected 2020 sailings 
    (excluding GTY rooms)
  • Select your €1 flight
  • Book by 12th August 2019

And now I’m back from Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas, I’m dying to tell you all about boogie boarding, surfing/falling zip lining and stomach-filling. In the Irish Daily Star http://www.thestar.ie and on this blog.

Twenty million reasons to….

Cruise with MSC.

MSC Cruises has reached the 20 million passenger milestone.

Your favourite Travel journalist cruised with MSC and The Scary One last year in the fjords on Preziosa.

And believe me it’s invigorating to swim in the upper deck pool as you approach land (with your bandana on, of course).

MSC Cruises offer some great late deals. Seven nights on MSC Sinfonia. Leaving from Venice and taking in Ancona (Urbino), Split, Dubrovnik, Mykonos and Santorini. Depart July 13 or 20.

Visit http://www.msc.cruises.co.uk. You will need to book your own flights with this package.

Majorca corker

Photo by Kai Pilger.

Patrick and Maureen were heading off to Palma, Majorca when I met them at the bar (naturally) on board my day on my cruise ship in Barcelona at the weekend.

The Irish-Chicagoans are in for a treat as Palma retains its Old Worlde charms despite what the Love Islanders and the salmon-pink tourists are doing up in Magaluf to the image of this beautiful island.

TUI offers all-inclusive cruises Dublin to Majorca, Treasures of the Mediterranean. Inside Cabin, seven nights from €1,089pps. Depart on August 27. From €1,089pps. Or Inside Cabin, depart July 13 from €1,179pps. Visit http://www.tuiholidays.ie or call 1850 45 35 45.

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Published by funtime65

Lets dance! I’ve waltzed with Judy Murray, partied with Brian Lara, manned the barricades with Civil Rights leader Myrlie Evers and even unmasked The Donald as a mariachi fan. Join me (and my bandana) on a madcap tour of the world with the people who make it all possible, our wonderful travel providers.

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