A day docked in Malaga
Mar17

A day docked in Malaga

The second stop on my P&O Oriana cruise was Malaga. We docked early today, when I woke up we were already in port and ready for disembarkation. I could get used to waking up with a new destination to explore each day. It is a very easy process exiting the ship. You are directed to which part of the ship the gangways are located, you then have your cruise card scanned which keeps a register of who is onboard and ashore, and then...

Read More
Holidaying on P&O’s Oriana
Mar08

Holidaying on P&O’s Oriana

When looking at cruise holidays, P&O have many different cruise ships and itineraries to choose from. There really is a ship for everyone. Ships that are only for adults, family friendly ships, medium sized ships carrying 1500 passengers and huge Goliath’s with over 3000. In this post, I’ll be talking about the cruiseship I holidayed on, the ORIANA, giving you a full overview of the ship and what it has to...

Read More
An introduction to Cruise holidays.
Mar06

An introduction to Cruise holidays.

This February, the opportunity arose to holiday onboard P&O’s Oriana cruise ship. Sailing from Southampton, over the course of 10 days the cruise took in destinations in Spain, Portugal and also Gibraltar. I have been on one cruise before around 6 years ago and I thoroughly enjoyed the experience after being initially apprehensive of taking a cruise holiday. Since then, I’ve been championing them to friends and family...

Read More