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    Japan we were there for 3 weeks with our 23 month old

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    Not that I've been on many holidays to choose a 'best' one, but Fiji was an awesome family holiday.
    Also the great barrier reef/cairns we loved sooo much, but I wouldn't do that with really young kids/toddlers.

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    In Australia I found Brisbane too be really fun for kids

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    We live 5 mins from the beach so that's just a regular summer day here

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    Quote Originally Posted by preggasaurus View Post
    I'd never considered a cruise ship holiday before. The idea of being stuck on a ship, unable to get off if we hated it kinda freaked me out!

    But.. Inspired by this thread, I had a look on the carnival cruise website. I found a "pack and go", last minute cruise. Departs the 30th of August, 10 nights, and a guaranteed balcony cabin for myself and my 2 girls was only $2500.. That seems really really good value, and I'm sure that I could handle a balcony room.

    I didn't book it as we are going to Bali in a few weeks, but i think I'm going to keep an eye on that website.
    Are you a single mum pregasaurus? What age kids? That sounds like a great idea for a holiday for me as a single mum with two 3 year olds. Hadn't considered it before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NAT2561 View Post
    Are you a single mum pregasaurus? What age kids? That sounds like a great idea for a holiday for me as a single mum with two 3 year olds. Hadn't considered it before.
    Yep, I'm single! My girls are 6 and 4.. The cost was approx $980 each for myself and 6 year old, 4 year old was $500.. All in one room. The kids club was included, all food included.. It's looking quite appealing tbh! It was about a 50% discount for booking on the pack and go last minute fares..

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    Quote Originally Posted by preggasaurus View Post
    I'd never considered a cruise ship holiday before. The idea of being stuck on a ship, unable to get off if we hated it kinda freaked me out!

    But.. Inspired by this thread, I had a look on the carnival cruise website. I found a "pack and go", last minute cruise. Departs the 30th of August, 10 nights, and a guaranteed balcony cabin for myself and my 2 girls was only $2500.. That seems really really good value, and I'm sure that I could handle a balcony room.

    I didn't book it as we are going to Bali in a few weeks, but i think I'm going to keep an eye on that website.
    The cruise we did, we were sailing for 2 days, islands for 3 days and the another 2 days sailing back so you can get off. Currently I am looking at possibly doing the Singapore to Brisbane cruise next year as an option for our holiday. I know kiddo would love to see different places and doing that will allow us to go to many different places.

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    Quote Originally Posted by preggasaurus View Post
    Yep, I'm single! My girls are 6 and 4.. The cost was approx $980 each for myself and 6 year old, 4 year old was $500.. All in one room. The kids club was included, all food included.. It's looking quite appealing tbh! It was about a 50% discount for booking on the pack and go last minute fares..
    I just had a look and mine was about the same. I hadn't thought of it before but it does seem like a great option! Was thinking of inviting a friend though in her own room so i have company too. Even though i think I'd be okay alone too. Hmmmm.....definitely food for thought!

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    Quote Originally Posted by littleriv View Post
    Subbing. Cruise is on my wish list- for fanilies with 3 or more children, which cruise lines have cabins bigger than quads? We like Gold Coast, with 3 kids of different ages, it does cater for everyone.
    Royal Caribbean has family suites.

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    We have taken our 3yo DD on 3 cruises now. We love them. So relaxing


 

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