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The Myth of the Storm Petrel
Cruise Magazine
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The Myth of the Storm Petrel

Janet Groene - December 24, 2020

Poets have called them “gypsies of the sea” and “black lightning.” Some sailors see them as omens of bad luck, while ancient sailors are said to have…

Appreciloving The Harmony at Rastafari Indigenous Village
Cruise Magazine
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Cruise Magazine
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Appreciloving The Harmony at Rastafari Indigenous Village

Lola Méndez - December 22, 2020

Rastafari is the second-largest faith in Jamaica and has been practiced since 1930. Across the island, people coexist in Rastafari villages with horizontal societies and equitable exchange.…

A Tale of Two Transatlantic Cruises
Cruise Magazine
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Cruise Magazine
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A Tale of Two Transatlantic Cruises

Steve Leland - November 27, 2020

Cruising has always fueled the imagination with dreams of far-flung destinations, and 2020’s unimaginable pause in cruising has amplified those dreams tenfold. It is very likely that…

Let’s Fully Appreciate Alaska’s Glaciers
Cruise News
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Cruise News
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Let’s Fully Appreciate Alaska’s Glaciers

Eric Lucas - November 24, 2020

“Have a taste,” my guide on Alaska’s Mendenhall Glacier says, handing me a canteen cup he’s just filled at a tumbling freshet on the slope we’re climbing.…

A Deep Dive into Oceania Eats
Cruise Magazine
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Cruise Magazine
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A Deep Dive into Oceania Eats

Janice Wald Henderson - November 10, 2020

Lobster pad Thai. Raw vegetable juice spiked with immune-boosting spices. Lavish dinners paired with France’s most famous bubbly. Few cruise lines hit such high, diverse culinary notes…

Travel Gear & Good Stuff
Cruise Magazine
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Cruise Magazine
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Travel Gear & Good Stuff

Evan Gove - November 3, 2020

What better way to embark upon 2021 than by preparing for actually getting out into the world? (Particularly with something that’ll help you toast to 2020’s departure.)…