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  1. Not quite Voyage of the Vikings, but several years ago we did a Princess cruise that left from NYC. It had port stops in Halifax, St. John's Labrador, three in Greenland, four in Iceland, the Shetland Islands, Edinburgh, and ending in Dover, England. It was a small ship, one of the Renaissance R class ships, and had entertainment similar to what the smaller HAL ships have. We totally enjoyed this cruise. The ports were interesting--especially in Greenland, Iceland, and the Shetlands--and for the second time we saw the military tattoo in Edinburgh. Charles
  2. Roy, I am glad you made it home. Condolences on not being able to complete your world cruise(s) for the second time. THANK YOU so much for taking the time to post your daily logs. They are the highlight of my day. Charles
  3. Hi, I've enjoyed reading your blogs here and on your inside cabin. I have a question: From my reading over the years, I know you served in the US Navy. But I don't recognize the medals you wear on your tux on "gala" nights. You are not wearing a uniform. So, what are the medals you proudly wear on your tux jacket? (As you can guess, I have no military background.) Thanks in advance for your response. Charles
  4. We did east to west several years ago. We saw Antarctica before going up the west coast of South America. We thought the Chilean fjords and glaciers were rather blasé compared to what we left several days earlier in Antarctica. I'd suggest going west to east. Charles
  5. Roy, you have no idea how much I look forward to reading your posts each day. Thank you so much for taking the time to do this. Charles
  6. I too have been following your travels here and on your blog. Thank you so much for taking the time to do this. Charles
  7. Thanks for taking the time to write your daily reports. I've looked forward to reading them each morning. Safe travels home. Charles
  8. We did this in 2015. What a cruise! We couldn't get off in the Falklands b/c of heavy seas. Crossing the Drake was rough. Antartica was spectacular. There's nothing like it! As was mentioned above, a cruise of a lifetime. One suggestion: Start from Santiago. You will appreciate the Chilean fjords and glaciers much more starting out from there then seeing them after your visit to Antarctica. Charles
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