Wednesday, November 21, 2018

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 115 Recife (pronounced Heh-see-fee), takes its name from the offshore reefs that calm the waters of its ports and shoreline. It is almost at the easternmost tip of Brazil, closer to Africa than Brazil’s western and southern fringes. Due...
Day 114 We slept in a little bit, had a light breakfast and got to the theater in time for Terry’s presentation on “The Wolf of the Seas – The Amazing Life of Thomas Cochrane.” In a highly political trial...
Day 113 Finally, we have a sea day to unwind and relax, but not with Pat around. After breakfast of yogurt and fruit (we are thinking about being good so we can go to Prime 7 again soon and...
Day 112 We had the Highlights of Rio tour today at 8:15. All the world cruisers had to get off the ship by 8:45, and all others waited for their numbers to be called to transfer to the airport or...
Day 111 Rio is the second largest city in Brazil, second only to Sao Paulo, and was its capital for almost 200 years until it was moved to Brasilia in 1960. We began our exciting...
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 109 Since today is a sea day, Pat informed Lorenzo last night that she would like whipped cream with her breakfast waffle this morning. You would think that everything would be OK, but not. She noticed that the sticky...
Day 108 Terry spoke today on a bit of history of Brazil. Pedro Cabral claimed it for Portugal in 1500 and established a colony in Sao Paulo. Slavery was a part of the indigenous peoples’ lives because of inter tribal...
Day 107 We spent today in Punta del Este, Uruguay, a cute resort town about a 2 hour drive northeast from Montevideo. It was a pleasant 70 degrees and quite uncrowded, since it is fall here and this is primarily...
Day 106 Today we were in Buenos Aires, the capital and most populous city in Argentina. Greater Buenos Aires is home to about 17 million people and is the most visited city in South America. Founded in the 1500’s, it...

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