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Around The World With Pat and Mac

The ultimate bucket list item for any cruise-lover is a world cruise. We are excited to bring you the adventures of Pat and Mac and their 137 night Regent World Cruise. Follow along on their adventure as they sail away on the Regent Seven Seas Navigator.

Day  82 A sea day means more lectures. Terry’s talk was on “The Zulu Wars.” Like the usual colonies in this part of the world, there was a great deal of European presence. In 1704, the French were in South Africa,...
Day 110 Today we arrived in Brazil and took the Best of Santos excursion. This began with a tour of downtown Santos and a visit to the Coffee Museum, a tribute to the crop that made the southern portion of...
Day 72 For us, it is Happy Autumnal Equinox. (Technically, we will be in autumn after we leave the Maldives and re-cross the equator, but close enough. I just wanted you to be as confused as I am). This is...
Day 122 We woke up to smoother seas and had a light breakfast before the morning lectures. For a change, we ate on the rear balcony of the ship outside La Veranda. Terry introduced us to “The Times of Edward Vernon.”...
Day 36 After continuous excursion days in New Zealand, it feels really good to have a few sea days to relax a little, or as much as Pat would allow. After a slow start, the morning was filled with enrichment...
We arrived at the Travel Clinic at the hospital early so we could fill out paperwork and identify our itinerary so the nurse could research our necessary medical needs. We sat in a conference room with her to review...
Day 54 This morning we tendered to Komodo Island from Slawi Bay, only a 10-minute ride to the Komodo pier in very gentle waters. Komodo is one of the 17,508 islands that comprise the Republic of Indonesia. I never knew...
Day 28 We had a lovely day in Bay of Islands, New Zealand. It started out cool and foggy, but the fog lifted, the sun came out, and temps were in the mid 70’s. Tenders brought us to Waitangi,...
Day 120 Had our usual morning routine on a sea day, but at 10am, we skipped Terry’s lecture, which was going to be about Cricket in the Caribbean. We had seen the cricket introduction and simulated playing back somewhere in...
Day 66 Today’s port was Hangkewi, Malaysia, with arrival scheduled for 11:00am, so there was time for a Terry lecture entitled, “Thailand-The Land of the Free with a dark past and The Railway of Death.” Siam (as it was known...

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