Tags » Sea Travel

Space Liners: Technology game-changer series (part 2/3)

Dronies (selfies with a drone), 90 minute flights from Australia to the UK and zero-carbon cities are just some of the great innovations that we can look forward to by 2021. 445 more words



Back in the day, the idea of going on the maiden voyage of any new ship had an aura of prestige and glamour that appealed right across the travelling community. 630 more words

Stylish, Elegant Travel With Some Delightful Twists And Surprises...

Conceptual metaphors in "Riding the Storm" by Running Wild

Hi there! You are reading Digging Metalaphor and I am happy to announce to you that this is my tenth post of the project. I am going to mark this milestone by presenting you something special. 1,852 more words

Conceptual Metaphors

Tide, Wind, and Timeline

The need for an accurate, believable timeline challenges any storyteller’s craft. Writing historical fiction makes this problem especially complex. A number of complicating factors can wreak havoc with the timeline, and my newest release has two of them, sea travel, and pregnancy. 959 more words

Historical Romance

A sojourn on the Atlantic

On a cool September morning last year , I had the most amazing travel experiences. It was not any exquisite museum or an archeological site. It was the… 247 more words


China then and now: How a superpower fell, then rose again from the ashes of close-mindedness

Gautam Adhikari

NEW YORK: How important was China’s role in the growth and spread of civilisation? Clearly massive, as anyone who has taken even a cursory glance at the history of humankind knows. 686 more words


The Shipwreck Coast - A Traveller's Tale

My latest eBook, ‘The Shipwreck Coast – A Traveller’s Tale,’ was inspired by a road trip along Australia’s Great Ocean Road. The powerful memories of many shipwrecks claimed there by the Great Southern Ocean, lingered for years to form the basis of this short novella. 309 more words