Norwegian Sun Cruise Review to South America

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4 out of 5

Not for the Faint of Heart.

Sail Date: April 09, 2016

Reviewed: 7 months ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Suite

This cruise was Great, " The unexplored So. American ports of call."  The Cruise itself a pleasure. Annoying to see Wealthy Ship passengers not paying a fair price for a product in the Poor Port Stands, then indulging in massive amounts of Wine & mixed beverages in the Ship. Treating the Indigenous Port Peoples, inhumanely.  The Food served on the first days is the best, after that food quality, not so good. Want Great Dinners?We recommend for future guests is to purchase many "Specialty Dining packages"!  Great "ProductionShows", aimed @ the 50+ age group.  Other "Booked Shows", also aimed for the 50+ age groups.  

Cabin / Stateroom
For the faint of Heart, Leaving Cabo San Lucas all the way back to L.A. then to the Port of San Francisco, The Ship travels Mercilesly FAST, the sea sickness Patches will not work At ALL, the waves & wind add to the problem of speed. The rest of the Cruise was a BREEZE , until we sailed back home from Cabo san Lucas.
Embarkation and Disembarkation
Ship Quality
Destinations and Excursions
Onboard Activities
Children's Programs
There were only a hand full of Kids, Not a Childs favorite pick.
Entertainment
Service and Staff
Food and Dining
Valparaiso (Santiago), Chile
Arrive in a Hotel 2-3-4-5 or more days in advance to enjoy their way of life.
Coquimbo (La Serena), Chile
Arica, Chile
I got a CHILE tattoo from a local Artist on my arm.
Callao (Lima), Peru
Ride in an air-cond. car only.
Salaverry (Trujillo), Peru
Ride in the 3 wheeled motorcycle coaches for $5.00 . Some rich Lady got the same ride we did, but paid $1.00 fare. Remember, we are Living on the same Planet, You are no better than the Indigenous Peoples of PERU !
Puntarenas, Costa Rica
Take a bus ride to and from the market entrance it is free, & will save you from HeatStroke !
Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala
Take Video of the port itself& mingle with the Ships crew men & women.
Puerto Chiapas (Tapachula), Mexico
Wear a Big Hat for shade. Packed 10 pounds of Holloween & day after Christmas candy, handed it out by the handfuls to the Locals until i sadly ran out of candy.
Huatulco, Mexico
Stayed in the Port & bought things from the stands & looked at the many green parrots high in the trees.
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Cover your head with a sombrero. Shop for Mexican souvenirs.
San Pedro (Los Angeles), California
San Francisco, California


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