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When I got notification from Google Maps that one of my photos had 1,000,000 (yes 1 million ) views, I thought I should take a look and see what was the most popular. Let’s start with #5. When visiting London … Continue reading
The summer has ended and the fall has started. In the fall, this is usually the kickoff of many events – sports, theater and orchestras. But unfortunately, across most of the world, we are restricted from travelling and even thinking … Continue reading
Memories from the past! It was over 25 years ago when we returned on the JFK CV-67 aircraft carrier on its very last combat cruise in the first week of April!
We flew north on South Africa’s Airlink airline on a very unusual British Aerospace jet. Almost looks like a cartoon jet or an old Soviet based cargo carrier… But I have to admit, they have better coach and food service … Continue reading
Since we are in South Africa, we needed to check out the wine country! Last night we took a drive to Steenberg which is in Constantia Valley and outside of Cape Town. We checked out the Steenberg Vineyards which is one … Continue reading
This morning we to the top of Tabletop Mountain which is one the modern wonders of the world. Because we did not want to spend the full day hiking up 1500 meters, we took up the Swiss made cable car … Continue reading
On the way to the latest adventure, we chose to stop overnight in Amsterdam to break up the long flight sequence. So, we hopped on the train from the airport to downtown Amsterdam. Bikes are VERY popular here. I only … Continue reading
(this is an updated blog post from 2007 migrated to the new platform) We took a cruise ship along the coast and we pulled into Melbourne a day early since we passed the port of Hobart. Melbourne is a much older … Continue reading
(this is a recap from a 2007 trip and adding to blog) We pulled up to the city on a Princess cruise ship. Dunedin is the Edinborough of the southern hemisphere. It was a gorgeous day and the scenery amazing. … Continue reading