The Ketchikan Hostel

Address: 400 Main Street, Ketchikan, Alaska, 99901, United States | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Ketchikan

First Sea Day

A travel blog entry by rockfsh on Sep 14, 2014

2 comments, 18 photos

... over to the Epernay Restaurant at the other end of the ship to participate in the galley tour. solstice has 12 galleys, employs 170 cooks and prepares about 15,000 meals a day.
In the afternoon we had the cabin crawl organized by Trish. I suggest we stuff all 40 crawlers into Bill and Rosie's cabin and refuse to leave but this did not happen.
That evening we meet Captain ...


A travel blog entry by sallyglass on Sep 01, 2014

2 comments, 39 photos

... Man's Way where apparently they could sneak home and not be caught! oh yeah !!!! sure!!!! This whole area is home to the First Nation People called the Tlingit. They can be traced back as far as 12,000 BC and arrived from Siberia over the polar ice caps. Because of the productive summer months hunting and catching food, their winters of snow and ice were spent making tools and art. Apparently nothing has changed and the Alaskans follow the same ...

Ketch Me If You Kan

A travel blog entry by kirstenelise on Jul 23, 2014

7 photos

I ordered some room service for breakfast just because I can. It comes tiny, lil' bits of bites. I got a strawberry and three slices each of pineapple and melon, a baby croissant, a carafe of coffee and some yogurt. It was a nice snack to have delivered to me before heading up for big breakfast. What am I, a hobbit?

I had some Cassablanca with my breakfast. You know, I’d never watched that movie all the way through. Now I get why ...

Our trip home

A travel blog entry by martyandbarbara on Jul 22, 2014


... and on- I could stare for hours. The scenery along the shore was pretty spectacular too- moutains - but not snow covered this far south - green and beautiful and rocks and eagles- wonderful. there was only one activity - the walk for the cause - a cancer walk to raise money for cancer research. Of course no one had to walk and the important thing was to get money but having the walk built up an excitement and interest which probably got ...

The native clans are working to keep the culture

A travel blog entry by martyandbarbara on Jul 19, 2014

... about learning. we saw a clan house and these people are famous for their totem poles - totem poles tell stories and they carry the culture. the most famous pole maker has a son who is also a pole maker and he says his son is better than he is. I will fill in details when i ahve more time - i am afraid i will run out now and i think if i just post this much it will remind me and i can fill it in ...

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Skagway Alaska, United States