Azura Caribbean Feb 2014
Allen Evans | November 2, 2014 | P&O Cruises | Azura
The organisation on board, and getting luggage on and off the ship is superb.However quite why one has to stand in a que, with your luggage , trying to fill a health questionnaire is beyond me especially when you have to use the wifes back for support.(That needs organising)
Thomsons flights are dated, service slow and food nothing to write home about,The return flight was chaotic as there had been a flood so carpets upto row six were saturated and it took me 3 days for feet to thaw out. (Especially when you upgrade flights and book seats)
Islands were again superb although once you have been to Dominica once or twice you will probably stay on the ship the 3rd time.
We would probably consider the freedom dining from now on.There are so many other options on board now, with other restaurants ,that inevitably many guests dont turn up at fixed dining and i have to say the standards , for fixed dining appear to have slipped backwards ,with the food quality.
The Glass House was our favorite venue,great value.It was also well worth booking a room on board on last day in Barbados , as we had a late flight and had a good 5 hours on beach.
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