Monthly Archives: May 2014

Guayaquil, Ecuador

  Guayaquil, with a population around 3 million, is the largest city in Ecuador. It is about 140 miles south of the equator. If you are flying to the Galapagos Islands, this will most likely be a stop on your … Continue reading

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Adamstown – Pitcairn Island

  The Pitcairn Islands have the smallest population of any democracy in the world. The island is about 2 miles long, and one mile wide. The island is located in the “naval” of the South Pacific Ocean, 4000 miles from the … Continue reading

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RAPA NUI – Easter Island

Cruising into Rapa Nui, one of the most remote populated islands in the world.   Most famous for these Moai. They are like our grave markers, used to acknowledge an honoured ruler. However, when you have to honour your recently … Continue reading

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Rogue Wave

In the last few years I have cruised to many interesting ports such as San Pedro, Encenada, Cabo San Lucas, Ushuaia and seen places like Cape Horn and Marina Del Rey. I mention these places because they are mentioned in … Continue reading

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