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Crew Bar, Somewhere in the Pacific Ocean, International travel blog

Crew Bar

A travel blog entry by chrisazharian

... night before we disembarked back in Los Angeles, Tom snuck me down to the 3rd deck. The deck that was reserved for crew only, was somewhere I was now traipsing along on. It was on that deck that I found, without a doubt, the coolest part of the ship: the ...

Leg 3 - Day 18 (17.11.2015), Somewhere in, International travel blog

Leg 3 - Day 18 (17.11.2015)

A travel blog entry by memniasailing

... on the deck floor for a few minutes, panting, being miles away... It is amazing how much adrenaline infused muscles can do in a situation like this... I can't begin to describe how thankful I was for Andrew being there saving X's life... Had it been just ...

030310 to 031410 @Sea Equator Crossing, @Sea Somewhere In The Pacific, International travel blog

030310 to 031410 @Sea Equator Crossing

A travel blog entry by rosaslovian

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... He said he always sits at this table.  I invited him to sit across the table from me.  The slight confrontation ended up in a very delightful exchange of stories as we shared “his” table.  “Bud” is an old salt.  ...

March 31, 2014-Day 3, Somewhere in Atlantic Ocean, International travel blog

March 31, 2014-Day 3

A travel blog entry by jklezok

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... theater. It was very good, with songs from the 40’s up to the 80’s.  It was loosely based around what happens in a museum after it closes. We took some pictures of the art work that is around the ship. We found a picture of the Ryndam, ...

Riding The Waves, Somewhere in the Atlantic Ocean, International travel blog

Riding The Waves

A travel blog entry by b.isabella

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Right. So as you can see by the map pin, I am somewhere in the middle of an expanse of blue ocean. Been on board for four nights now and have another three to go... I found my sea legs back on Tuesday with the help of some travel sickness pills and a cup ...

Shiplife, Somewhere in the Atlantic Ocean, International travel blog

Shiplife

A travel blog entry by ericaleejohnson

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... reason I’m going on this trip.  I want to know more about the world.  Today we talked about poverty and inequality in the world.  Very depressing, but it also is sparking a new passion in me.  I want to know more and learn how ...

Day 7 - At Sea, Somewhere in, International travel blog

Day 7 - At Sea

A travel blog entry by patch64

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... . The lasagne I have is excellent and Peter raves about his pork tenderloins (no that's not a euphemism). We enjoy post dinner brandies in the Champagne Bar before heading to the casino. I bomb out early again but Peter comes up trumps winning $75 from a ...

Day 8 - At Sea, Somewhere in, International travel blog

Day 8 - At Sea

A travel blog entry by patch64

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... details about the ships propulsion and energy consumption. We are running on 3 out of the 6 engines today, Adventure normally operates in the Caribbean on just 2 engines but as we are travelling a little faster across the Atlantic they are using a third ...

Day 9 - At Sea, Somewhere in, International travel blog

Day 9 - At Sea

A travel blog entry by patch64

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... back to the room. I note in the Cruise Compass a professor is giving a lecture this afternoon on whether there is Extraterrestrial Life in the universe. Knowing this will be of zero interest to Peter I take myself off to the Lyric Theatre at 3pm to see ...

Day 10 - At Sea, Somewhere in, International travel blog

Day 10 - At Sea

A travel blog entry by patch64

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... a table booked at Giovanni's tonight with Sue and Malcolm. As with our last visit the food is excellent. I have Mozzarella wrapped in Prosciutto, Caesar Salad and a delicious chicken dish for my main. The wine is so good we order a 2nd bottle. Perhaps a ...

…Now give me some Figgy Pudding!!, Somewhere In The North Sea, International travel blog

…Now give me some Figgy Pudding!!

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin

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Christmas Day. Somewhere in the middle of the North Sea. Today is the first of 2 days spent at sea before arriving back in Southampton. This, though, is far and away at the back of our mind. We have 2 full days of jolliment to get through (although 'get ...

Just A Quick One (Riding The Waves .5), Somewhere in the Atlantic Ocean, International travel blog

Just A Quick One (Riding The Waves .5)

A travel blog entry by b.isabella

... Keeping on the theatre theme, off to go see 'Much Ado About Nothing' this afternoon; only it's a modern version, set in World War Two with much swing music to accompany it apparently. Should be interesting. Original Shakespearean language juxtaposed with ...

Leg 3 - Day 16 (15.11.2015), Somewhere in, International travel blog

Leg 3 - Day 16 (15.11.2015)

A travel blog entry by memniasailing

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... few seconds, till her stern gets picked up again by the next one and another nosedive to the bottom follows! It is thoroughly exhilarating! :D In one of those big swells that picked her up, I did manage to break my own record and my watch's for that ...

It is done....New Blog is up and running!!!, Somewhere in, International travel blog

It is done....New Blog is up and running!!!

A travel blog entry by katclassy

The New Blog is fully up and running...you can always see this site with the link on the other one that brings you back here and just click on the link on this site to bring you there... Yay!!!!  It is done...sorry everyone for the loooooooooong ...

Leg 3 - Day 11 (10.11.2015), Somewhere in, International travel blog

Leg 3 - Day 11 (10.11.2015)

A travel blog entry by memniasailing

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... to in Celsius! Anybody who knows?? Remember, we have no internet for googling around here! :) (Melina: about 4 ⁰C). In temperatures like these, "showering" (whatever that means on this boat) is really out of the question!  I'm ...

Leg 3 - Day 14 (13.11.2015), Somewhere in, International travel blog

Leg 3 - Day 14 (13.11.2015)

A travel blog entry by memniasailing

... block, no, it was still there! What was it then?? I asked the others, "Was that a bird??". Everyone still surprised answers in disbelief "well...yeah I think it was a bird....!". It was indeed a big black bird Peter confirms (perhaps a skewer (??) and he ...

Pirates Night & Pilates In The South Pacific, Somewhere In The South Pacific Ocean, International travel blog

Pirates Night & Pilates In The South Pacific

A travel blog entry by rosaslovian

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... -bed storage, built in chair & table w/stool, 3 mirrored door closets (two for hanging clothes), safe, TV/DVD, in-room private bathroom w/medicine cabinet, hair dryer on wall, shower, clothes drying line and many cubbyholes for storing things.  I ...

News Articles in Cyprus, Somewhere in, International travel blog

News Articles in Cyprus

A travel blog entry by memniasailing

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... ; http://www.sigmalive.com/en/news/local/137408/memnia-theodorou-to-be-first-cypriot-to-sail-ukaustralia Cypriot woman makes history in world’s longest ocean race: ...

On the cruise, Somewhere in, International travel blog

On the cruise

A travel blog entry by dellek

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... the diners and performers below. Being at the front of the line when they opened the doors allowed us a perfect seat in the standard seating section, which in our opinion was even better than the premium seating because there was nothing between you and ...

Leg 3 - Day 21 (20.11.2015), Somewhere in, International travel blog

Leg 3 - Day 21 (20.11.2015)

A travel blog entry by memniasailing

... people's bad traits too. You can't hide on a boat like this. Your true self will eventually reveal itself. Friction crept in and small groups started separating. You'd keep contact mostly with the people you found easier to get on with, ...

Vessel still on time, Somewhere in the Ocean, International travel blog

Vessel still on time

A travel blog entry by toroamarillo

Good chance to reach Halifax on Monday 19th. ...

In the air..., Somewhere in the Atlantic Ocean, International travel blog

In the air...

A travel blog entry by nyandbackagain

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... of the Galaxy and Transformers Age of extinction for the journey back. The chocolate orange mousse I had with my lunch was amazing. In fact, that is an understatement. And a glass of a Spanish white wine with some pasta. I definitely could get used to ...

Hercules barber and a broken wrist on the Royal, Somewhere in the Caribbean Sea, International travel blog

Hercules barber and a broken wrist on the Royal

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin

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... and slightly better quality tea and coffee at any of the bars as well as 15 speciality coffees or gelato from the International Café. Here you can also choose from a selection of pasties, pies and fancy sandwiches as well as a large selection of cakes; ...

02/25/10 to 02/28/10 @Sea East of French Polynesia, Somewhere in the South Pacific, International travel blog

02/25/10 to 02/28/10 @Sea East of French Polynesia

A travel blog entry by rosaslovian

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... Greek names (since the Greeks did not know about them either).  Big Dipper & Polaris (N. Star) are not visible now in the southern hemisphere.  022810 @Sea:  4th @Sea day since last sighting land, two more weeks to Cocos Island, Costa ...

Leg 3 - Day 12 (11.11.2015), Somewhere in, International travel blog

Leg 3 - Day 12 (11.11.2015)

A travel blog entry by memniasailing

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... , the pot of porridge, honey and marmalade pots and everything else, to avoid a very messy situation! There is an interview of me somewhere on Clipper Website, under Team GB I think, just 10 seconds really, talking about this. Have a look!  But I ...

Death in Paradise, Somewhere in the middle of the ocean, International travel blog

Death in Paradise

A travel blog entry by illuminati

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... GMT 8 then to 6 (where was 7?) Which is quite palatable.  No nasty time zone switches, or crossing international datelines as I have experienced in days gone past through air travel. I enjoy the journey. I happily anticipate the destination.  I ...

The road to Shangrila, Somewhere in, International travel blog

The road to Shangrila

A travel blog entry by frisbeemoose

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... ’t be that long for a journey of less than 200km.  Nevertheless I booked a 10am bus to ensure I got there relatively early in the afternoon.  This turned out to be a wise decision as the new highway is not yet open (or perhaps is already ...

Day 28 (27 September 2015 ), Somewhere in, International travel blog

Day 28 (27 September 2015 )

A travel blog entry by memniasailing

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... long race! :) What an achievement for all of us! :) As you may have gathered from this blog, I thoroughly enjoyed my experience in the sea! :) I found myself being a lot better at it than I thought I'd, I enjoyed being physically active, I loved learning ...

Two Final Days at Sea, Somewhere in, International travel blog

Two Final Days at Sea

A travel blog entry by stellarachaella

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We encountered a lot of gale force winds these last two days at sea. I could not wait until we hit the Mediterranean. Over these last two sea days we saw winds of 40+ kn, we've had 10 foot swells, and rainy weather. There were several times throughout ...

Dolphin waves, Somewhere in, International travel blog

Dolphin waves

A travel blog entry by richard.boase

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... . I'm sure he'll have some stories in the coming weeks. Rondel Sheridan, an American comedian was tonight's featured entertainment in the Royal Court Theatre. He kept his audience laughing as he described the pitfalls of the ageing process and described ...

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