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Unibok

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About Unibok

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    Cool Cruiser

About Me

  • Location
    North America
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Silversea
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Anywhere I can get to; I'm trying them all!
  1. Unibok

    Athens to Muscat - The Middle East with a Muse

    Silver Spectre, thank you for taking us along, and for facing the frustrations of the new interface. When you have a chance, I have a quick question for you: which stretch is the one where you need to go dark for pirates? I'm doing the reverse of your sailing in 2020, and I'm just curious.
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    Silversea website refurb. Oct 2018

    Using Safari, the web design does look different to me. I started to notice a difference a few days ago.
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    seeking Vietnam excursion opinions

    gnome12, thank you! We will be in port only from noon to 8:00 pm, and my instinct has been to spend as much time as possible on the water in that gorgeous bay.
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    seeking Vietnam excursion opinions

    Getting excited for my February sailing from Singapore to Hong Kong, especially now that the ship's list of included excursions has been released. I have narrowed my choices to the ones below, and would love to hear from anyone who has experienced these options. I am equally interested in all of them, but won't be able to do them all in one trip. At other ports I will be doing some active hiking and snorkeling, as well as visits to assorted temples and big Buddhas. As I make my choices, I'm interested in your experiences and opinions. In the Danang/Chan May area, I've narrowed my choices to 3, but can only do 2: Hoi An exploration, Cham Civilization and My Son, and/or Hue and the Perfume River. Which two would you choose, and why? In Ho Chi Minh City, there is a street food experience. Has anyone done this excursion? Has anyone gone on their own to the FITO museum of traditional herbs and pharmacy? In Halong Bay, I have the choice of a junk boat ride or a visit to an inland Zen monastery. Which would you do, and why? And finally, in the first of our 2 days in Hong Kong, I can do the Central Foodie Adventure (which seems to be very popular), or a new excursion that includes Tai Chi, Dim Sum, and a tea tasting. Again, which would you choose, and why? I look forward to hearing your thoughts, with thanks in advance,
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