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Chasing Constantine Raises (Part 1)

Or: A reflection on the sadistic humour of the goddess Clio.

There is an alternative origin story for the Floating Univeristy that does not (at the moment) get told in my book. 1,161 more words

First Person

Dreaming the Future part 3: The New Phoenicians

I’m just back home after a great session in the town. There was this ship came in to the bay. A fairly regular visitor over these last years since the ancient sea lanes were opened up again. 921 more words

THE NAVIGATORS Pathfinders Of The Pacific

Insightful documentary about the importance of The Navigator in ancient South Pacific culture

Wishing to Sail the Seas

Something I have always wanted to do was go sailing. To be able to just throw my gear and provisions on a boat and just go where ever I pleased for next to nothing; to just disappear for years and visit the countries that I have not been to yet. 448 more words



RoRo/Ferry schedules and fares posted below are sourced from the ticketing booth found in the Port’s of Larena and Siquijor, both of which are located in the island of Siquijor. 448 more words

Philippine Ports


It isn’t so very long since the venerable tour operator, Thomas Cook, announced that it would be starting up a cruise line of its own at the end of 2017, initially with a pair of second hand ships. 426 more words