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The First Thanksgiving - What you May have Missed

Our national holiday stems from the feast held almost 400 years ago by the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag Indians to celebrate the colony’s first successful harvest.   1,302 more words

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All at sea - like sleeping with someone new

This is the first instalment of my blog from the Queen Mary 2 transatlantic crossing from Southampton to Brooklyn, New York. The first night on board was disconcertingly like sleeping with someone new – I am not referring to sex, but the intimacy of sleeping together – and I have a cabin to myself! 613 more words

All at sea.

I was hoping to share with you hilarious tales of John’s trip to Belfast on his beloved ‘S’ boat. After last years crazy adventure I was looking forward to watching his videos with him and hearing all about what he got up to. 1,288 more words

Abandon ship

In breaking cruise news, another large liner (Bahamas Celebration) has had to be evacuated with passengers having to abandon ship and make their way home early, courtesy of the cruise line, after their ship hit an unknown object as it headed back to Florida. 501 more words

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Queen Victoria Cruise Ship To Get Multi-Million Upgrade

Cunard Line is continuing its fleet upgrade with a multi-million refurbishment scheduled for January 2015.

The Queen Victoria will have a dry-dock at the Blohm & Voss shipyard in Hamburg, Germany. 323 more words

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Where does the time go! - Norway and Iceland.

Indeed, where has the time gone since I last posted in June!

Firstly, let me introduce you to my flickr stream where just about the best of everything I’ve done over the last 6 months and longer, can be viewed. 247 more words

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Bon Voyage 1

I took this photo on March 14th 2010 when I joined the flotilla to watch this magnificent ship, Queen Mary 2, embark on the next leg of her voyage from Fremantle Harbour to Mauritius.

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