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This afternoon I went to see the ship Queen Mary 2 while it was in port at Outer Harbour in Adelaide, South Australia on its 4 month around the world cruise which began in January. 276 more words


Steamship Sunday - Tuscania Torpedoed Off of Ireland

Poster advertising the Anchor Lines’ Tuscania. Carrying troops to Europe, she was torpedoed by the German submarine U-77 and sank off the coast of Ireland on 5 February 1918. 879 more words


Civitavecchia (Med Ports vol. I)

Italy’s advanced capital port to the Med, Civitavecchia figures some impressive numbers. According to the latest statistics, the port on an annual basic handles nearly 2.3 million cruise passengers from no less than 794 calls. 76 more words


Theatre night

There are many fun activities in Charlottetown which are very special to this Capital. Art in the Dark I already mentioned, there are also many cultural nights organized by groups, music and art etc. 458 more words

The Long Pond Classic – for the love of the game


That one shouted word is an iconic Canadian experience.

Other nationalities don’t get it, but you can always find a Canadian in a foreign crowd by shouting it. 318 more words


The Trip 

So, for this summer excursion…my daughter and I have a short flight into the New York area , one night in New York, then 7 glorious nights on Cunard’s Queen Mary 2 before disembarking in Southampton, catching a ride up to London and staying in the London area for a total of 11 adventurous days. 230 more words


154 Days! (It'll get less vague, I promise)

Well, 153 technically…but who’s counting?

153 days until what? I’m sure you’re asking yourself, if you’ve found yourself on my blog. I have a trip planned with my little girl, E, in June of this year. 222 more words