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The Bowels of a Cruise Ship

My wife Holly and I just returned from a cruise to the Caribbean. I know, it seems like a pretty bourgeois activity, but this was a lesbian cruise with Olivia, a company that commandeers whole ships so lesbians can commune with each other, be ourselves and be out. 1,300 more words

Tradeswomen

Rock-a-bye es Grande

Friday afternoon is a time of migration in Gibraltar, when a sizable part of its population head towards the frontier, crossing it. The extent of the migration is not statistically quantified, nor is it even known how many Gibraltarians own a second property in Spain. 194 more words

Gibraltar

Identifying Princess ships soon to be easy

Princess Cruises is changing the look of its entire fleet and the first ship with updated colours will be the China-bound Majestic Princess. The change will most definitely make Princess ships identifiable from long distance. 112 more words

Ports And Bows

It Is Tough Being A Gamecock and Panther Fan in Mahahual

Sometimes I feel like an old Rodney Dangerfield quote, “I just can’t get no respect around here.”

As most of you readers may know, I am a South Carolina Gamecock alumnus and fan, and also a Carolina Panther fan.   474 more words

Life

A storm terrifies passengers on a New York to Florida cruise

Royal Caribbean takes cruise passengers into rough seas forecast days before (📹: @jaybrag) https://t.co/apk5yN24n8 https://t.co/NNWO1nZTtJ

— Mashable (@mashable) February 8, 2016

It wasn’t my idea to go on a cruise.

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News

Port Watching

More car carrier ships arrive than cruise ships. Can’t imagine who is buying all these vehicles.

These big container ships unloaded SUV and cars.This is the Ecuador Navy’s one active submarine. 35 more words

Ecuador

Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship Damaged In “Extreme” Storm Turning Around, Heading Back To Port

A Royal Caribbean cruise ship is turning around and heading back to where it started in New Jersey, after the vessel was damaged in an “extreme” storm that forced passengers to take cover in their cabins overnight. 311 more words