Oops – there are actually 12. In alpha order:
French Polynesia – on the MS Paul Gaugin, 6 star, amazing, great stops, leisurely and lovely
Cornwall – lovely coastline, ruins, clotted cream, nice seaside towns like Bude and Penzance
French river/canal cruising – on a hotel barge, calm, tranquil, great food and wine, interesting places to visit. Try to research who the fellow passengers are likely to be – I ended up with mostly Americans which was a mixed blessing.
Martha’s Vineyard – a classy part of the
. Picturesque island reached by ferry from Woods’ Hole. US
Fiji – this was many years ago because I now have political qualms about visiting post coup/s. Great all inclusive resort. You have your own stretch of beach. If you want something, you put your flag out and a little boat comes to you. Communal dining optional but a lot of fun. At night the staff go off duty and you are just left with an open bar which makes for some interesting cocktails. Fiji