Cruising to Buenos Aires continues

Well we sailed into Puerto Madryn, Argentina. We had the option to take a shuttle bus into the town or walk, we choose walking , a good hike. We strolled around and did a little shopping, got a beautiful leather bag for my mom, a leather cap for my friend while the other members chose […]

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Cruise to Buenos Aires continues

Processing to go aboard did not take very long and we were soon on our shuttle Bus to the ship. Our first port was Puerto Mont a quaint town considered as the gateway to the Andes. Our next stop was Puerto Chacabuco, on this tour we had a trainee guide who wasn’t able to answer […]

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Cruising from Chile to Buenos Aires

After an overnight flight we arrived in Santiago Chile. I should say this was a few days after there was an earthquake in off the coast of central Chile With a Richter scale of 8.8 causing widespread damage, we thought our trip would have been cancelled. We had enough confidence that GCT our tour operator […]

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Memory lane continues

When I visited the leaning tower what struck me was, depending on the angle you are standing the structure appears straight and with a slight shift the lean is so pronounced. A visit to Athens should include changing of the guard of the unknown soldier. Reminded me of the changing of the guards at Arlington […]

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A trip down memory lane

As I look forward to my planned trips coming up I was looking through some pictures reminiscing on some of the beautiful places I have visited. I have to thank my friends for suggesting I do this blog because as I peruse some pictures I marvel at some of the cultural experiences I have had […]

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Year in review

Well 2019 was a busy year for me. As my friends know I generally stay home during the winter time still trying to find someone to take care if there is heavy snowfall while I am away. Still I got to the Philippines, Jamaica, Orlando, Washington, Iceland and back to Jamaica for my dad’s funeral. […]

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A taste of Santiago de Cuba and Cienfuegos

Traveling by ship has its drawbacks one of which is the amount of time a traveler has to experience everything that a city has to offer, however getting to interact with the natives and visit some of their museums and projects gives you a good taste of the culture. In Santiago a visit to Revolution […]

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