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... of sea lions frolickingin the water was an added bonus. We have had so many compliments about the kids' behaviour that it has madeup for the rude gentleman on the first day. We have met so many lovely people on board. We will try to upload our photos now. Love to you all. Hope youare all well. Sorry for typos!
... and Kombucha, even several types of Chia! I walked back to the ship and started some laundry. As soon as we were underway, we have a safety drill training for what to do if there is trouble and where to meet - called a "muster" spot. They had some cute kids as volunteers. I can tell that we are on the open water now as it is definitely a bit more choppy, and not quite so smooth since we have left behind the shelter of the Inside ...
Arriving in Ketchikan at 0530 A.M. up showered etc and up for breakfast on the 15th floor, we joined Christine, Richard, Graeme and Suzanne, and had suffice again. Pamela and Geoff went and had a proper coffee in the same coffee shop again and it was vry good. We then disembarked and went for a walk into town, and what a quaint spot it is, known as the Salmon Capitol of the world, with 5 different species, and we watched as the Sporning season happened, we saw many ...
... flying over 30 years! She started when she was 16 yrs. old! We took the plane to Misty Fjord which is part of the Tongass National forest for great scenery and spectacular views! We even got to land and get out from the plane for a bit which was really good for me since I was feeling a little queasy! Michelle had some ginger and that really helped! That was the only time it rained on us and it was appropriate being ...
... repute” now house souvenir and art shoppes. The creek also hosts spawning salmon. One sign mentioned that while the fish only returned once a year, the men visited the Creek much more frequently.
Ketchikan is home to several Native tribes, including the Tlingit, from whom the name Ketchikan (or Kitschk-hin) comes. It’s said Ketchikan has the world’s largest collection of standing totem poles. The Totem Heritage center works ...
Other places to stay in Ketchikan
3434 Tongass Ave., Ketchikan | 2 star hotelfrom $190
800 Venetia Way, Ketchikan | 3 star hotelfrom $175
4871 North Tongass Avenue, Ketchikan | 2 star hotelfrom $141
326 Front Street, Ketchikan | 1 star hotelfrom $102
1471 Tongass Ave., Ketchikan | Hotelfrom $95
207 Stedman Street, Ketchikan | 3 star hotelfrom $145