I appreciated that this was something I could do at my own pace. The places on the tour were interesting.
However, some caveats. Make sure your phone is fully charged as the location feature which lets you know when you’ve reached the next spot, really drains your battery. I had a full battery and still ended up needing my portable charger.
I found the directions to the next spot somewhat confusing sometimes. I didn’t find that there was a map feature until halfway through the tour. For example she says to walk along a path till you come to a road with a bridge, then cross. Cross the bridge or the road?? Turns out it was the road.
Also, I found the detail on a spot a bit lacking. For example, she says a bridge with giant horn features was named for a slave, but doesn’t say why or what the horns have to do with it.
She gives some suggestions for places to eat, but these seem more like ads.
The tour covers a good bit of the harbour and I think was worth the cost, but I wish there had been more information on why things were the way they were. I did end the tour with her suggestion of the ferry to get back to the starting point, and ended up buying a longer fare to see the town from the harbour all the way to Temple Mead train station, which was very enjoyable.