1. Very Merrytime Cruise Documents – Disney Wonder

    In two weeks time, we will be boarding our fourth Disney cruise. We never originally planned to do another cruise so soon after our Halloween on the High Seas cruise on the Disney Dream back in September 2016 but sometimes these things are meant to be and happen for a reason. We will be returning to the Disney Wonder (the first Disney ship we ever sailed on) for one of her Very Merrytime sailings from Galveston in Texas. (more…)

  2. Navigator’s Verandah Stateroom – Disney Wonder

    Whilst writing my recent travel diary about my time cruising on the Disney Wonder to Alaska, I did not include any information or photos of our stateroom. The reason was that I wanted to write a separate blog post about our cabin to include as much information as possible. (more…)

  3. Disney Wonder to Alaska: Day Eight – Vancouver

    As is normal when I know I have to wake up early in the morning, I barely slept on our last night of the cruise. I had set my alarm clock for 5.30am as I wanted to be outside on deck as we sailed into Vancouver. After getting dressed I checked the map on the television to see where the ship currently was and then headed up to Deck 10 with my cameras where you could already see Vancouver in the distance. (more…)

  4. Disney Wonder to Alaska: Day Seven – At Sea

    After another good night’s sleep we woke up to what would be our last full day onboard the Disney Wonder. We were due to be at sea all day before arriving back into Vancouver the following morning. After getting dressed we headed to a very empty Triton’s for breakfast. (more…)

  5. Disney Wonder to Alaska: Day Six – Ketchikan

    Today was the first day of the week that we were able to have a proper lay-in and a lazy morning as we were not due to dock into Ketchikan until 12:15pm. As we’d been woken up in the middle of the night by the loud obnoxious woman in the corridor, we were incredibly grateful for the later start and took full advantage of it. (more…)

  6. Disney Wonder to Alaska: Day Four – Skagway

    Today was the only day that we set our alarm clocks to wake up nice and early. The Disney Wonder was due to dock in Skagway at 7am and we wanted to be off the ship as early as possible to start our day of sightseeing. We had nearly finished getting ready for the day as we started to arrive in Skagway around 7am. (more…)

  7. Disney Wonder to Alaska: Day Three – Tracy Arm Fjord

    It had taken a while to get to sleep the night before due to the rocking of the ship so for the first time in a few days I ended up not waking up at the crack of dawn which was very welcome. After a quick run to the drinks station on Deck 9 for tea to drink back in the room, we put the map on the TV to see where we were. Shortly after there was an announcement made to say that the pilot needed for Tracy Arm Fjord would shortly be boarding the Wonder. (more…)

  8. Disney Wonder to Alaska: Day Two – At Sea

    On the Tuesday morning, I woke up very early again. Even though I had only had about five hours of sleep that night, I didn’t feel too bad at all. I was happy that the previous day had gone so smoothly and was looking forward to our first full day at sea on the Disney Wonder. Given the amazing views that we had seen the previous evening, I immediately went out onto the verandah to look at the passing scenery. (more…)

  9. Disney Wonder to Alaska: Day One – Vancouver

    We had started our trip on the Friday afternoon when we left London and headed to Los Angeles. Our flight was great and sitting in Upper Class definitely made the journey a lot more comfortable. The only downside was we landed just after the Air China flight which meant despite being first off the aircraft, we queued at immigration for nearly an hour and a half. (more…)