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Perks of Cruising Around The Caribbean

Being someone who loves the Caribbean, I always want to go to as many islands as I can. There is just something about the turquoise oceans and beautiful palm trees that I just love and can’t get enough of. 346 more words

Weird wanderings in Stockholm

I know I’m extremely behind on this post, and I apologize. Life has been a little crazy the last two months finishing up the term and preparing for exams and essays. 890 more words

The Massive Derelict

Under customary circumstances, the last night of a voyage on board the extravagance turbo-electric sea liner SS Morro Castle was an astonishing occasion. Many woman and refined men travelers would accumulate in the Grand Ballroom in their finest night clothing for the standard Farewell Dinner, where veteran mariner Captain Willmott would dazzle his visitors with salty stories from his years adrift over unlimited glasses of champagne. 258 more words


Life on the ocean save

Round-Britain cruise, July 2009:

There are two ways to book a holiday at sea… easy but expensive or tricky but cheaper…

We saw the whole thing. 915 more words

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Cruise Sale

By choosing one of these 7-night Mediterranean cruises, you will not only visit some of the best cities that the Mediterranean has to offer but you will also enjoy sensational service, sleek modern facilities and a fantastic choice of activities and entertainment on board. 247 more words

Sights to Behold

Enjoying an excursion on a scenic railway during an Alaskan cruise.  The railway links Skagway with Yukon, Canada.  Very exciting tour as we journeyed to the summit of the White Pass at nearly 3,000 feet in elevation.

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Discovering dragons and pearls in Halong Bay

Visiting the colossal limestone formations of Halong Bay in Vietnam has been on my bucket list for a few years now, so when I had the opportunity to go recently, I was on that plane quicker than you can say “check in”! 1,339 more words