Canary Isles March 2019
Andrea Foster | April 16, 2019 | P&O Cruises | Azura
This cruise was just right for me and I loved everything about it. As a solo traveller, there was plenty of opportunity to meet other travellers so there was never any fear of feeling alone.
I spent a lot of time with Jason and Sarah the dance Instructors who I found to be very professional, enthusiastic and friendly and loved the opportunity they provided for me to brush up on my Ballroom dancing.
I found the food especially good and fully met my needs as I have an intolerance to dairy products. Such a pleasure to be able to eat the lovely meals and desserts prepared especially for people with this complaint, so special thanks to the catering staff who were very helpful throughout the cruise. A little disappointed that the Headliners were not in the theatre as much as previous cruises but overall a lovely ship. Very enjoyable in all respects
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