The prestigious Bloomberg company has released what they say are the best paces to go on a cruise ship.
Here you go…in their order:
Papua New Guinea
West Papua in Indonesia
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I’ve had free cruses by speaking on various cruise ships to many of them. Here’s my take.
Cuba – While I can’t speak for the rest of Cuba, Havana is where most want to go. Good for one day. You’ll see it after decades of isolation. Bottom line: Communism doesn’t work. The place is (generally) a dump. “Bombed out” looking buildings, litter, flaking paint, crummy roads. BUT nice people and very safe. They cart out any rule breakers. And the old cars are neat.
Egypt – My favorite place is … ancient Egypt. The pyramids and temples are awesome. Go! The terrorist thing is under control and the country wants tourist dollars, so you will be safe on a tour.
Galapagos – The Garden of Eden. GO! But soon, too many Ecuadorians and tourists are ruining the place.
Alaska – I love it. The scenery is awesome…the air clean, and the animals are approachable. Go!
Papua New Guinea – Huh? I was scuba diving and the underwater life is the best. But Port Moresby is a mafia-like town…. don’t stay…not a whole lot to see in PNG, unless you like jungle and a lot of Japanese cannon emplacements from WW2.
Antarctica – Wow – the bottom of the earth. Serene. Go! But good luck on Drakes Passage. Dramamine.