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Listening to: Bastille – Of The Night 

Loving: my Converse high tops

Yay! Here we are.

Lochte and I found our paths criss-crossing in Miami in early January 2013, which happened to be the first time in the States for both of us. 646 more words

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Baja California

Cabo San Lucas’ clear bodies of water make for great shots. The photo above was taken with a water-proof camera as I was on a kayak.  55 more words

The ghosts of Pentland Firth ...

We looked out of the window last evening and thought we were seeing a ghost ship rounding Dunnet Head … Susanne began humming ‘The Flying Dutchman’ but high-brow Wagner is lost on us dogs! 64 more words

Carnival's Sun King A Royal Food Experience

Bob and Nancy Dunn are a big part of Ports and Bows and they wrote a great blog about the Carnival Freedom’s steakhouse on cruisingdoneright.com… 365 more words

Ports And Bows

The foreign-flagged city on the seas heads to Alaska

Alaska cruise ships operate in U.S. and Canadian waters, yet are exempt from U.S. labor laws and most corporate taxes by virtue of being incorporated and flagged in third countries and because of the  428 more words

Photography

Voyage, Voyage with the X100S

One of my favourite visual exercises is to venture out with the Fuji X100S. I usually do it on the weekends and in the early morning and it’s not only for the good light. 264 more words

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It's Make or Break for the World's Biggest Marine Salvage Operation

It’s a record attempt in heavy lifting that nobody wishes to ever be matched. On Monday, the operation to raise and refloat the capsized 114,500-ton cruise ship… 382 more words