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HAVE CRUISE SHIPS SIMPLY GOTTEN TOO LOUD?

It is time for me to confess.

There was a time, about a decade ago, when I said to anyone dumb enough to listen that the cruise lines simply did not make enough use of their outdoor decks as entertainment venues. 462 more words

Cruise

After The Gold Rush

In the most gorgeous places I have been, there are pictures of near nothingness. Everything that is normally seen—the rocks, the boats, the seaweed, the early morning fishing crew a-sea—is wiped out, wiped away. 315 more words

Refracted World

2014 Bali and Lombok: Back to Bali and Goodbyes

Hello! Are you new to this blog? You might like to start reading here, for a bit of explanation. Or, you could check out my… 988 more words

Travel

Pier Snapshots: Balanacan Port

When I’m in Manila it doesn’t feel like I’m living in an archipelago, but whenever I travel by sea, that’s when I can deeply feel our life in the archipelago. 198 more words

Island

LATER

LATER

Advancement of Land and Water Transportation Through Information Technology

Millennia ago, we did not have computers that can do what humans cannot, or automobiles that can take us across miles with little effort. 829 more words

Easy Travel

Downtown Saigon Tour (War Remnants Museum)

Part 4 of 5

Saturday, 04 October 2014

I went home after lunch at L’Usine to catch up on some zzz’s. My next destination would require me to be tough and not a faint of heart. 789 more words

Vietnam Travel Journal

Ubud In My Mind

Everyone has his/her happy place. So far, mine is Ubud. Sorry, Batanes, Albay and Puerto Princesa.

A year ago, April 26, I flew to Bali on what would become the first leg of my Southeast Asia (SEA) Travel Project. 101 more words

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