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Day 54. Hamilton Island h, Whitsunday Isles, Australia 27th February - 08:00 – 21:00


Part of the Whitsunday Group, Hamilton Island is a beautiful resort. There’s something for everyone - with a marina, shops, restaurants and water sports. Be sure to take the optional boat trip to the breath-taking Whitehaven Beach.


Day 56. Yorkey’s Knob h for Cairns, Australia 1st March - 06:00 – 20:00


Yorkey’s Knob (giggle once and move on) is a beach suburb of Cairns in North Queensland where you’ll find your own piece of paradise on the large expanse of golden palm-fringed beach. From nearby Cairns is a not to be missed opportunity to visit the Great Barrier Reef or discover the amazing World Heritage Rainforest.


Day 60. Rabaul, Papua New Guinea 5th March - 07:00 – 18:00


Rabaul is located on the north eastern tip of the island of New Britain in Papua New Guinea. The island contrasts between lush rainforest and grey ash landscapes from its famed volcano, Mt Tavurvur, which in 1994 covered Rabaul. Take in the surreal atmosphere of the up and coming port area of the city whilst exploring the near abandoned east side which suffered the most from volcanic activity.


Crossing the Equator – 6th March


Day 67. Yokohama for Tokyo, Japan 12th March - 07:00 – 19:00


Travel one hour north of the port of Yokohama to experience the frenetic energy and bright lights of Japan’s capital, Tokyo. Whilst the city is one of the most densely populated in the world, and is constantly evolving, it is also deeply rooted in its traditions and has areas of calm amidst the rush hour crush.


Day 69. Kagoshima, Japan 14th March - 08:00 – 20:00


Located at the southerly tip of Japan, Kagoshima is often compared with its Italian sister city of Naples due to its similar climate and palm tree lined streets. The Senganen Garden, UNESCO World Heritage Site, offers beautiful Japanese style landscaped gardens with views over the striking Sakurajima and Kagoshima Bay.


Day 72. Tianjin for Beijing, China 17th March - 06:00 – 22:00


Beijing is the perfect mix of ancient Chinese culture, modern architecture and commercial innovation. The cultural heart of China, few places on earth can compare to Beijing for historical interest. A visit to any of its six UNESCO World Heritage Sites should be a must including the Forbidden City and the Chinese Imperial Palace, which was the heart of Chinese rule.


Day 75. Shanghai, China 20th March - 06:00 – 22:00


Sitting majestically at the mouth of the Yangtze River, Shanghai is China’s most cosmopolitan city. Shanghai has a mind-blowing, ancient past which is displayed in a wealth of museum’s and temples. A visit to the Art and History Museum, China’s premier museum and home to priceless collections and life-sized terracotta figures from the third century B.C., is an absolute must.


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