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Lyndey reflects on the Mediterranean

The much-loved cook and author Lyndey Milan has been educating and entertaining Australian food lovers for over 20 years. With seven television series and many cookbooks to her credit, Lyndey is about to share her love of all things Mediterranean aboard a 10 night cruise of fine food and historic destinations.


Celebrity Reflection is the newest in the Celebrity fleet and is the benchmark in premium cruising. Over 11 days this cruise will visit landmark destinations with the finest sight-seeing through the cradle of civilisation.

imageJust last week, Lyndey beat entries (and many celebrity chefs) from 205 countries for her cookbook ‘ Lyndey Milan’s Taste of Australia’ at the Gourmand WorldCook Book awards. It was named the world’s best TV Series Cookbook in English.

Lyndey will conduct intimate cooking classes aboard Reflection and will lead shore trips in Rome, Taormina, Epheseus, Santorini, Rhodes, Athens, the Amalfi Coast and Tuscany.


Celebrity Reflection not only drops anchor in some of the most glamorous ports, it has recently played host to the hit US TV series, Top Chef. You can also be the Grill Master at the Lawn Club Grill, with grass beneath your feat. Reflection boasts 10 dining venues and the world-renowned Canyon Ranch Spa Club.

The once-in-a-lifetime fully escorted cruise begins with three nights in Rome and culminates with 4 nights in Bagno Vignoni with options to include flights from Australia or jump aboard in Rome. The dates? September 7-26, 2015.

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Liz Bond

Liz Bond comes from a PR background and loves fine wine, great food and rewarding travel - all the magnificent things in life. She prides herself in an innate ability to meet famous celebrities at baggage carousels.

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