We’re all for adventures Down Under, explorations throughout Asia, and alluring sailings in Tahiti — but you can’t get to your next destination without planning for the flight to your embarkation port. Preparing for an extended trip may seem like the start of a tough ordeal, but we’re here to make sure that you begin your vacation rested and relaxed. Read on for 6 tips to plan a long flight and you’ll start your next voyage ready to explore!
By Oceania Cruises Guest Marisol M.
Santorini, a gorgeous Greek island with whitewashed buildings and towering cliffs along the east coast, enchants all who visit with its romantic sunsets, unique volcanic-sand beaches and jaw-dropping sweeping views. It’s no wonder Santorini is known as a traveler’s dream.
Whether watching gauchos in Buenos Aires preparing an elaborate and savory asado, sampling the local wines near Montevideo or enjoying Peru’s most revered dish in Salaverry – mouthwatering and fresh ceviche – South American cuisine is as diverse as its people. This continent’s dishes are a delight for your senses.
By: Guest Lecturer Sandy Cares
Lush blooms of exotic beauty and diversity welcome you at botanic gardens in destinations across the Caribbean. Established during the British Colonial era as “Horticultural Experimental Stations,” the original mission was to study, collect and disseminate plants that may be of commercial, medical or other advantage.
By David & Anna Smith, Guest Lecturer & ATW Quilt Coordinator
With 36 guests participating during the 180-day Around the World voyage aboard Insignia this year, the colorful ATW quilts have been beautifully completed and raffled. This year, guests created more quilt blocks than expected so two quilts were created, one with 72 blocks and the other with 25 blocks. Each block represents a world port of call visited on the world voyage or life on board. About $2000 was raised in the raffle for the Around the World quilts and was donated to the Insignia crew welfare fund.