Tips For Travellers: The Global Travel Destination Blog & Podcast

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Gary Bembridge's Tips For Travellers: The Global Travel Destination Blog & Podcast. Based on 1st hand experiences from the 130 days a month he travels for work and pleasure.



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You’re about to discover everything you need to know about Paul Gauguin Cruises. What’s good? Who it’s really for and important watch out? Watch My Paul Gauguin Tips Video Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/G_R52Pu9jP8 Who is Paul G...

You’re about to discover the10 Best Bucket List Cruises in The World that I believe everybody should have on their to-do list, their bucket list or must do list. the 10 essential cruises that I really believe that everybody should try and do at...

In this latest guest post, we explore Tips for a stress-free move to Hong Kong How to manage everything, from packing to international removals, when moving to Hong Kong Moving to Hong Kong, even for short-term period, is incredibly popular – and i...

You’re about to discover the ten things you should never do on a cruise ship balcony. Watch the video Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/ubJbof6V21E Balcony Railings The first of these is really something very practical, and sensible, never sit...

You’re about to discover the nine weirdest, rudest and strangest cruises that you can go on. Watch my video about unusual  cruises Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/G8ZSpVFia-s Nudist The first cruise is a nudist cruise. These are surprisingl...

This is my Air Tahiti Nui Business class review based on flight between Paris and Papeete. In the video I discuss and review the seats, food, service and entertainment. Watch My Air Tahiti Nui Review video Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/U9scQqmKQ...

12 Worst Cruise Habits

on Jul 13, 2019

What are the worst cruise habits that annoy cruise passengers about other cruise passengers more than anything else? I noticed there are things that seem to really wind up cruisers about their fellow passengers more than anything else, so I thought...