Busan, South Korea

Busan is South Korea’s second largest metropolis after Seoul, approximately 3.6 million people. It is located at the southeastern tip of Korea’s peninsula. This area is also prone to Tsunamis and monsoons. It hosted 2002 FIFA World Cup and is bidding for the 2020 Summer Olympic Games. With no tour arranged,new took a free shuttle…

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Nagasaki, Japan

Every cruise we book we always ensure our stateroom is on port side. This means the left side of the ship when it’s going forward. The day was 22C, very warm and sunny and just perfect for walking and photo opportunities. Nagasaki proved this to be most advantageous for port side cabin occupants. As we…

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At the bottom of the earth – Antarctica

In February of 2014, Sylvia and I travelled to the bottom of the earth . . . Antarctica.  Why . . . you ask?  It’s on our bucket list, we are healthy and it’s there!  so we did. We flew from Calgary to Houston, USA, then on to Buenos Aires, Argentina; a day later, we…

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