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  • Cozumel: Home to Cruise Ships, Shipwrecks and CrocodilesAfter a rather harrowing 30-minute high-speed catamaran ferry from Playa del Carmen, in which many of us emerged nauseated, if not actually vomiting, we landed into the welcoming arms of Cozumel's many, many vendors, tour operators and strangely, diamond Posted by millerburr in Leaving Ourselves Behind | Jan 10, 2022
  • A day out in Wonsan[center] Masikryong Ski Resort[/center] After a good night’s sleep in our comfortable room at the Masikryong Ski Resort, and a reasonable breakfast, we set Posted by ToonSarah in Travel with me ... | Dec 12, 2019
  • Kri Bima Suci Indonesian Tall ShipThis 111 meter long tall ship from Indonesia docked at the deep port in Phuket. An invitation via the local press was given to members of the public to come and visit it, and so I did. It was in Phuket Posted by TheJohnsons in Thailand The Johnsons | Nov 7, 2019
  • Portugal Day 17: Semana Do Mar Walking to mass in the morning. We went to the church up the hill, which is newly renovated and open for the first time in over 20 years. [img=https://photos.trave Posted by danielcatherine in Daniel and Catherine's Adventures | Aug 9, 2018
  • The Big Year Out-Tha Abandoned ships at MoynaqOne of the most profound journeys I took was from Nukus to Moynaq in Uzbekistan. To the last port on the Aral Sea in Uzbekistan, which is a sea no more. The desolation caused by the overfishing and redirection of Posted by TheJohnsons in The Silk Route & SEA 2012 The Johnsons | Jun 19, 2018
  • Muscat - Sur - Ras el JinzThe breakfast buffet this morning is huge, with choices of various breads, Indian, English, American and Middle Eastern dishes, plus Continental cold meats / cheese and cereals. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/435774/large_3AD04B4700B607EF21F6 Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Feb 14, 2018
  • Honfleur continued . . . [center][/center] Hotel breakfast this morning but it was fine and we were by a window overlooking the harbor so watched the morning fog lift to a beautiful day. I checked Vi Posted by Beausoleil in Pays de la Loire - the Western Loire | May 4, 2017
  • Aral Sea Visit[float=right][/float]After I had been looking for an entry to the old factory buildings for Posted by askgudmundsen in Asia Less Travelled | Jun 29, 2013
  • Waking Up In SitkaI remember very clearly lying on a picnic table in Petersburg, Alaska. I said to my friend, “I wish we could do this all afternoon. We could get a bottle of wine, maybe do a crossword and fall asleep.” She Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | May 30, 2013
  • Under The DockOn Wooden Docks The tidal change can be severe in the Pacific Northwest. It is not uncommon for the tides vary by fifteen feet or more. Coastal communities have to build tall, beefy d Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | May 22, 2013
  • Consider AlaskaConsidering Alaska Here are some things I’d like you to consider about Alaska. Male Orca This whale marks my first orca sighting of the season. This male carries a fin that Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | May 11, 2013
  • Russell Tall Ships Race - R. TuckerThompsonYesterday we spent the day on the Tall Ship - the [[http://tucker.co.nz/|R. Tucker Thompson]]. We picked a good day to do a tour, because it was the [[http://www.eventfinder.co.nz/2012/tall-ships-race-classic-invitation/russell|Russell Tall Ship race day] Posted by Markfr in Mark's Travels | Jan 6, 2013
  • Free Lance Tour Guide/ Translator in Manta and Sorroundings.[float=right][/float] My name is Annia Larkins I have duel nationality British and Ecuadorian. This is way English is my first language and my home town in Manta Ecuador. I feel very priveleged to live here... Manta is a beautiful city with Posted by Anniandrea in traveln'living | Dec 13, 2012
  • The Elements of Antarctica After much thought, I’ve decided I’m a struggling as a writer. I don’t know what adjectives to use when trying to describe the landscape of the Antarctic Peninsula and surrounding islands. My Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Nov 25, 2012
  • South Georgia Island In Pictures There are many things I want to write about South Georgia Island. However, South Georgia is another one of those places where the written word struggles against the island‘s reality. It’s Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Nov 20, 2012
  • Antarctic DreamsAntarctic Dreams It was somewhere near ten in the morning when my friend busted into my dark man cave. She beat my leg and announced, “Thom! THOM! Wake up. WAKE UP! I got the e Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Oct 21, 2012
  • In The Raw: Journaling From Alaska to WashingtonI decided for this week’s entry to offer you my journal entries in their rawest form. These entries are the starting point for what will eventually become another thrilling edition of this blog. In a given week, I’ll head out Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Sep 23, 2012
  • Fog, Fog, Glorious FogIt was an inauspicious start. After a few good nights, I had reverted to only very limited and poor quality sleep. I had finally dozed off properly and was in the middle of a very strange deja-vu style dream (I Posted by Gelli in Gelli goes South-ish | May 14, 2012
  • Last days at seaA few days along and I have settled in. As is normal for me on a ship, I have acquired a basic routine now I know what is going on. One logical curiosity of the trip is the combination of Posted by Gelli in Gelli goes South-ish | May 12, 2012
  • Slop onboardOne of the main events of any time at sea is the cuisine. Whether a container ship or a cruise ship, life almost inevitably ends up revolving around food. It is quite interesting. The QM2 was no exception. The number Posted by Gelli in Gelli goes South-ish | May 10, 2012
  • Little detailsOne of the things I traditionally enjoy about any trip is the bit before - the dreaming; the planning; the anticipation. In this case, everything had happened so fast that I hadn't really had time to take it all in, Posted by Gelli in Gelli goes South-ish | May 6, 2012
  • Transatlantic speed recordsBefore Jet air travel suddenly became regular and affordable in the 1960's, journeys on ocean going liner were common and transatlantic voyages routine. And whilst some people were interested in price and others in opulence and luxury, for many the Posted by Gelli in Gelli goes South-ish | May 5, 2012
  • Sublime Times in MexicoI gave up my long johns for my adventure pants, and I’m back on the southern Baja Peninsula. My reasoning is that March is one damn fine month to be in Mexico, and a poor month to be anywhere in Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Mar 17, 2012
  • Anatomy of a Lock TossEach week, I travel up and down the Columbia and Snake rivers from Portland, Oregon to Clarkston, Washington. Along the way, I pass through seven different lock and dam systems that the US Corp of Engineers has constructed for hydro Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Oct 5, 2011
  • Infatuated With Isla Magdalena: Beware of the StingraysMagdalena Bay is located on the southwest coast of the rugged and beautiful Baja Peninsula. The town of San Carlos is the only real town of size in the area, and one can reach this small, dirty, fishing town by Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Feb 19, 2011
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