Cruise travel Pt. 2: The Hermit of Alaska

Yesterday night when I heard we were stopping at a place in Alaska for a few hours, I didn’t really care. Frankly speaking, I thought Alaska was a dull place where nothing happens and where no one lives. A few hours after the cruise docked at Juneau, Alaska, the ship was virtually uninhabited. Everyone had... Continue Reading →

Cruise travel Pt. 1: Excitement of Arrival

“We’re here!” I thought, after entering the Port, but we weren’t; more luggage-checking, and stimulating security officers who stare at large, black screens, scratching their noses and pretending they know what they’re doing. “Ok, now we’re really here!” A steward guided us to the entry and we stepped foot on the cruise, the magical moment... Continue Reading →

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