Some of the Hurtigruten ships, such as ours, double as cruise lines and ferries along the Norwegian coast. Throughout the day and night the ship stops to let travelers get on and off. When there is enough time in port, the … Continue reading
We wake up to a few clouds but no rain and it is surprisingly cool. Things heat up while we wait in line for the Victoria Peak Tram. Claiming through the mid-levels the sun breaks through for clear but … Continue reading
Koh Chen, silversmith village Udong Temple, Buddhist Meditation Center lunch on deck in flashing electrical storm. Cooking demonstration history presentation
Paradise. Wake up, coffee on the porch, brekkie, beach, pool.
Early AM we fly off to Cairns. It is there we catch a 50 minute flight to Lizard Island. Jon sits up in the co-pilot seat chatting up the pilot on the way over. We skip around a few cumulus … Continue reading
A day to relax & enjoy the slow pace of the resort with no commitments – a massage doesn’t count. So a few notes on the news here. Aussies seem genuinely interested in the upcoming election in the US. There … Continue reading