Family Holiday on the High Seas- Part 7 Final days

Port Vila, another lovely spot for different reasons.
This time we decided to pay the price and visit a cultural centre to find out something about Vanuatu culture. I am so glad we did, we have gained so much knowledge from the two hours we spent walking around the forest home of a traditional tribe of 500. 
Ekasup Cultural village is not a show as such, but you are walked through the village and talked to about different ways of life, food, hunting, traditions, etc, etc.
Really worth while and fun.
This Island reminds me of Fiji, the people want to engage and are smiling and gentle (other than those with the spears hiding in bushes)

The Port is amazingly clear, you can see the fish and rocks next to the boat!
Coming in was quite and relaxed. 
Perhaps we take another look at the resort beaches next time.
 Well that was the last stop before three more days at see having fun.

 We all had an amazing holiday and we can't wait to save up for another cruise!
Carnival Legend was a great fun filled family ship, seventy percent of the passengers were families, and the rest a mix of young couples and older retired couples, great for kids. I think their entertainment will evolve considering the amount of families cruising, which will only make a great ship better (as would a change in decor).
It seems the cruising life is for us!
Signing off!


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