June 6, 2005

Carnival Cruise Lines Port Training: Puerta Maya Marine Terminal, Isla Cozumel

Carnival Cruise Lines Port Training: Puerta Maya Marine Terminal, Isla Cozumel

Carnival Port Training: Puerta Maya Marine Terminal, Isla Cozumel Photos:  Carnival’s Photography Crew Members In fourty five days we sailed 0 nautical miles, visited only one Caribbean port, applauded great entertainment, and enjoyed a special camaraderie.  Our cruise into the Mayan world, Carnival Cruise Lines, international cruise industry and JWU provided lively adventures and remarkable [...]

May 9, 2012

Glaciers, lattés, whales, bears, and some really stupid salmon, oh my!

Glaciers, lattés, whales, bears, and some really stupid salmon, oh my!

Cruising  Alaska’s Inside Passage Life in Alaska is epic! offering larger-than-life experiences and like most people we saw the 49th American state from the deck of a cruise ship. Cruising Alaska’s Inside Passage gives you an opportunity to step foot or just listen to the thunderous roar of a glacier calving from a 1,000-foot wall [...]

October 27, 2012

THE WORLD: Life on the ocean wave

THE WORLD: Life on the ocean wave

Who needs an island when you can buy a home on a luxury, globe-trotting liner? Ever wonder like many of us how to best spend your retirement years? Perhaps not, though that may change with this wonderful proposition for you to consider.  How does it sound to wake up every morning in your own glorious [...]

January 19, 2013

Cruise: JOBS

Cruise: JOBS

Fine Dining Restaurant Server The World, - Private Mega Yacht – World Wide (Miami/Fort Lauderdale Area) Job Description Who we are - The World, Residences at Sea, is the finest private mega yacht at sea.  We offer the best of the best at every level of our organization. We are searching for a superstar Waiter/ess to join our elite [...]

December 3, 2012

“Good / Common Man in the Arawak Language”

“Good / Common Man in the Arawak Language”

Hispaniola, or the Dominican Republic: The idyllic Caribbean island that Christopher Columbus named “Hispaniola”, the same Island he wrote to Ferdinand and Isabella “Esta es la tierra mas bella bajo los cielos! ” (“This is the fairest land under heaven! after stepping to Dominican coasts.  The place where Spaniards first introduced Christian civilization to the [...]

December 2, 2012

Savoring Rio – A City of Visual and Culinary Charms

Savoring Rio – A City of Visual and Culinary Charms

Superlatives fly when visitors share their stories about Rio de Janeiro, one of the world’s most beautifully situated cities. Its natural splendor and dramatic setting framed by miles of dazzling beaches and lush jungle vegetation is unparalled. The huge statue of Christ the Redeemer towers atop Corcovado, arms wide open to embrace you and welcome [...]

December 2, 2012

La magie de la Perle Noire, a true jewel of the Polynesian Sea

La magie de la Perle Noire, a true jewel of the Polynesian Sea

Of the world’s 70 species of oysters, the rarest and finest pearl oyster thrives only on the Tuamotu atolls scattered 300 miles northeast of Tahiti. Populating the warm coral reefs of the South Pacific, these “black pearl” oysters create lusterous jewels that have beckoned divers for centuries. As relative newcomers to both the oyster and [...]

November 28, 2012

POST CRUISE: Jerusalem

POST CRUISE: Jerusalem

Jerusalem is one of the oldest cities in the world, with its earliest records going back almost 4,000 years to Egyptian texts. During four millennia, it has become the repository of the most sacred sites of the world’s three monotheistic religions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam. It is a complex and exotic city, divided into quarters, [...]

November 27, 2012

PORTS-OF-CALL: Constanta, Romania

PORTS-OF-CALL: Constanta, Romania

Visiting Romania is to discover a civilization, a country where old traditions still live and where Romanians, despite being among Europe’s poorest people, are hospitable and always ready to receive you as a guest of honor in their homes and where even the slightest event, however insignificant, may spontaneously become a feast. Crossing from Bucharest [...]

November 26, 2012

POST CRUISE: Luxembourg

POST CRUISE: Luxembourg

Luxembourg may not be as big a tourist attraction as its powerful European neighbors, but its charms are nonetheless irresistible and its people justifiably proud of their heritage.  With a size not even big enough on most European maps to contain the letters of its own name, Lilliputian Luxembourg makes up in beauty what it [...]

November 26, 2012

CRUISE LECTURE: Under the Tuscan Fun

CRUISE LECTURE: Under the Tuscan Fun

Italy is blessed with many beautiful regions, but one stands above all others: Tuscany. If you are daring enough to skip Florence — a sacrilege to some – go to Siena instead. Here you’ll find half the crowds and twice the atmosphere. To be given the honor of a scholarship to study in Italy is [...]

November 26, 2012

TOP PORTS: Two Days in København

TOP PORTS: Two Days in København

Copenhagen, the Capital of Europe’s oldest country, wears its age well. From its charming street life to its gentle canals, lively old Copenhagen was designed to please. Founded in the 12th century, it gladly treasures the old while savoring the new with a relaxed, welcoming quality and a pace not quite as bustling as other [...]

November 25, 2012

POST CRUISE: Liechtenstein

POST CRUISE: Liechtenstein

Travelers visiting here will need to look very hard at their map, for you just might miss this  tranquil little country thriving as nature intended. Tucked between Austria and Switzerland Liechtenstein offers a panoramic view of the Rhine River threading through the valley, rising up to alpine ridges.  Liechtenstein’s central location makes an ideal resting [...]

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