Arrived in Amsterdam this morning and we were on an all day tour to see Delft, The Hogue. The best part of the the day and it was a surprise was the Panorama Museum (www.pm360.nl), the Van Gogh Museum was also nice.
I took the horse picture for my grand daughter Sarah.
Pictures from the day click here.
The rain in the morning prevented me from taking my camera out. However the weather cleared on and off during the day to capture the pictures in the link below:
Anchored in Geiranger Fjord, view of the town of Geiranger, Norway.
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Yesterday at Breakfast we met Paul Bland, a Story Teller. You can see and read his writings at:
Alesund, Norway. Went to see the Sunmore Open Air Folk Museum
Day two in Reykjavik Iceland and we took a boat tour to see Puffins.
Margo the blog is for you ( click here for pictures )
We took the Golden Circle tour with CSI and saw a lot of scenery in 8.5 hours. The entrance to hell and the Geyser was at the top of my list.
The pictures click here.
Today we cruise Prince Christian Sund and made our way through the Atlantic Ice Shelf:
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An island in the southern part of Greenland.
The rest of the pictures
Yet another new port of call for me. Red Bay is extremely small but very friendly people. It was foggy, cool and rainy.
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First time to this port. Took a cab for a 90 minute town tour. Here is what we saw:
Note: Did you ever wonder why my posting are so irregular while at sea? While, 90 percent of the it is do to slow or no internet access. For the last ?? hours this is what I have gotten.
The photos below were taken this morning just outside my back door.
So rewarding, when you get gifts like this.
I have posted this with good reviews on Facebook, Holland, and Cruise Critic, so I thought I would do it here as well. The link below opens the Digital Photo Album of my photo selections of the 2015 World Cruise. The port titles listed in the pdf file are hyper texted to the source in case you wish to see all the posted pictures.
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Only 12 days left to the World Cruise. And I can tell I am ported out. Did not get further then internet to copy a few photos from Bing and share them with you my blog viewers:
Enjoy just a few pictures of Malaga and the area:
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Short visit to this small town in Spain. Did not explore much but here are a few pictures for your enjoyment:
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A great tour guide/drive makes the difference. We had one today. He really knew his stuff. Thank you Luca and the amazing tour company “Joe Banana Limos” “https://www.joebananalimos.net/” or email@example.com.
Yesterday I failed to mention this company and our great driver “Palo” from the same company.
Here are the pictures of the day
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We arrived at Naples on time and went out and joined the tour to the Amafi Coast. The Amalfi Coast (Italian: Costiera Amalfitana) is a stretch of coastline on the southern coast of the Sorrentine Peninsula in the Province of Salerno in Southern Italy. The Amalfi Coast is a popular tourist destination for the region and Italy as a whole, attracting thousands of tourists annually. During the 10th-11th centuries, the Duchy of Amalfi existed on the territory of the Amalfi Coast, centered in the town of Amalfi, until it was sa
cked by the Republic of Pisa in 1137. In 1997, the Amalfi Coast was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site as a cultural landscape.
Here are a few of the spectacular things we saw:
This visit pictures
See what a difference sun can make:
Last visit pictures:
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A truly wonderful 3 day overland trip in Greece during the Greek Easter. Our first stop was in Meteora. This UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Monasteries that float in air.
Picture of Meteora:
The next day we drove to Delphi and visited the large cache of offerings at the Center of the Earth at one time:
Delphi Cache Pictures:
Delphi Site Pictures:
More pictures will be posted in May. (Pictures added to all folders May 3rd)
Over 2200 years ago a tribe called the Nabataeans built a trade route outpost (Petra). What an wonderful feast for the eyes. We then travelled through the desert to Wadi Rum. After seeing what man could accomplish your mind is treated to what nature can create, as you visit Wadi Rum.
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