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5 Must Visit Destinations in 2016

Yup! This is exactly one of those To Do/Must Visit lists that encourage you to visit some obscure places before you die, as if the world is coming to an end tomorrow and you’d have missed something if don’t rush out there now. 1,513 more words

Travel

Holy Smokey ... the show continues

The fire between Gansbaai and Stanford is fully out of control.

Disaster tourism caused several traffic jams and in the village people are collecting food and drinks for the fire fighter of whom many have been in action for more than 24 hrs without a decent break.

Stanford

Disaster Tourism

The local fishing and tourism businesses in Barra de Navidad are, if nothing else, incredibly flexible about making the most of opportunity.

We recently had a chance to see, up-close, the shipwreck from Hurricane Patricia.  169 more words

At The Dock

Cruiser Update on Hurricane Patricia Damage at Barra de Navidad (11/24/2015)

As we all watch Hurricane Sandra form in the waters southwest of us, I thought I would update everyone  to let them know where repairs and functionality are at in Barra de Navidad since many stop here or pass by. 1,302 more words

Sailing And Cruising

Disaster Capitalism in New Orleans

“We finally cleaned up public housing in New Orleans. We couldn’t do it, but God did.” Those were the damning words of Richard Baker, Republican US representative of Louisiana from 1987 to 2008, in response to the disastrous consequences of Hurricane Katrina. 848 more words

Bob Marley