- - -- by Ed Reif»
Bermuda, Bahama, come on pretty mamma. Another week at sea onboard the Disney Magic. It all starts on embarkation day here in Texas.
|And it goes like this...|
|Finding Alaska is easy. My eyes mint gold. Nothing shines so brightly.|
The scenery paints itself. I'm just the middleman.
You can't create experiences like this, you undergo them.
|The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes|
|Helped By Hidden Hands-Huna|
A Corona in one hand and Tequila glasses, shots to the head
cuz some memories they need assassins.
I used to be a MexiCAN't; now I'm a MexiCAN
You can't be a real country unless you have a beer and an airline - it helps if you have some kind of a football team, or some nuclear weapons, but at the very least you need a beer.
The Cliff notes on Corona, the gold standard for Latin American lagers. Position in the beer category: Mexican Beer Slogan: Change your Latitude Mantra: Vacation, No Worries, Relax Corona's slogans (it has had so many) convey the feeling of the brand: vacation
|Dating Outside My Species|
|Bain Capital's Banksters mailing |
address for its funds in the Cayman Islands
|Sailing Under the Ultimate" Flag Of Convenience"My other home's a yacht." deduction.|
The emperors added holidays until, eventually, the Romans spent half their days attending gladiator games, public executions and chariot races. Disgusted, the satirist Juvenal accused his fellow citizens of selling out for bribes of “bread and circuses.” The Romans did nothing to prove him wrong, until two centuries later the empire was divided forever and Rome was sacked by Visigoths.
|“Life is like stepping onto a boat which is about to sail out to sea and sink. We may as well enjoy the journey, because the destination is the same for all of us.”|
|So I called up the Captain, ’please bring me my wine’...|
|This morning Downtown has the look and feel|
of of a Matthew McConaughy movie set
Architecture is a Verb-The Classic Land Yacht
It's a beutiful is a beautiful piece of art and aerodynamically very functional
From Airstream: The History of the Land Yacht
Sleek and shiny, Airstream trailers have been turning heads on the highways since they first started caravanning across America in the 1930s. These "aluminum skinned, gleaming silver bullets" are currently enjoying a revival in popularity. Praised for their clean lines and timeless aesthetic, movie stars and design buffs are snapping up these vintage beauties. Airstream equal parts travelogue, cultural history, and biography of Wally Byam, Airstream's charismatic inventorcelebrates the trailer's enduring appeal as an icon of simple, aerodynamic living. A dazzling array of images tell the story of how Byam, the father of modern trailer travel, created less a product than an entire culture. From the Eiffel Tower to the pyramids of Giza, from the Acropolis to the Golden Gate Bridge, Airstream caravans continue to travel to the far reaches of the earth. Amazing photographs from the Airstream archives document this metallic nomad's significant place in the history of design, from its streamlined origins to its current vogue. Airstream has always been synonymous with the freedom of the open road. Today the dream lives on.
|Now it reminds me of New Orleans and Key West|
A Corona in one hand and Tequila glasses,
shots to the head because some memories they need assassins.
1. Santorini, Greece
3. Bora Bora
|4. The Fjords of Norway|
|5. The Fjords of New Zealand|
|6.Full World Cruise|
|7. The Oasis Of The Seas|
|Too much cruise ship? Quantity is its own kind of quality.|
|8. Honorable Mention-The Hawaiian Islands|
1994-My First Ship -
A Rust Bucket- SS Constitution(a glorified ferry) with a lot of heart
known as "American Hawaii Cruises"