Author: David Bye
Large (for the Irrawaddy) river cruise ship, 36 spacious cabins. We had one of two suites which had a large forward facing balcony with table and chairs. Lots of floor to ceiling windows made it an excellent for views of the passing countryside. Huge comfortable bed, two armchairs, fitted wardrobes to one wall, refrigerator and personal safe. We also had, tea and coffee making facilities. Bathroom was HUGE, with two sinks and a corner shower big enough for six people. Nice range of toiletries (Locitane) the only criticism was the towels although new were a bit on the thin side. Upper deck had covered area with settees, tables chairs, tea coffee available all day from the bar. The lounge was also on this deck with armchairs and settees. The restaurant was on the lower deck self service for breakfast, there was an omelette/egg station cooked on request. Lunch was buffet style first and dessert course, your choice of main course was served at the table. Dinner was a La Carte and served at your table. Food was excellent. The staff were always smiling and nothing too much trouble.