Friday, December 14, 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 75 Expect to hear about the usual sea day activities. All is safe. No pirates spotted yet. Seas are calm and we are proceeding at a fast clip still. We crossed the equator heading south overnight. Technically, we entered...
Day 74 This is the first of two sea days, in allegedly risky waters, on the way to the Seychelles. All is quiet, the seas are calm and we are making maximum speed of 18 knots. Today is a trifecta, of...
Day 73 We met at 8:15 to tender into Male, Maldives for our walking tour. We had our bathing suits under our clothes because we would be snorkeling right afterward. It took a while to clear the ship by Maldivian...
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 71 After a quick breakfast, we met at 7:55 for our “Colombo City and Kelaniya Temple” tour. Sri Lanka, an island off the southern coast of India, has existed for thousands of years, but had been colonized by the...
Day 70 This is our third sea day before we reach Sri Lanka tomorrow morning. Today’s schedule of events is slightly re-arranged from the usual sea day. Terry’s morning lecture began at 9:45am. His topic and light-hearted presentation (including an...
Day 69 Our second of three sea days still has us about half-way to Sri Lanka or 590 nautical miles to go, with arrival scheduled for 8 am Tuesday. Sundays at breakfast, there is champagne and caviar provided. Pat added orange juice...
Day 68 Happy St. Patrick’s Day. This is the first of three sea days with its usual morning lecture. Michael Scott, of Scotland, is a new arrival on the ship and is known as a Destination Lecturer, someone many of...
Day 67 This is our third consecutive excursion day in very hot, 95 degree and humid, 80+ percent humidity weather. Our tour was Spectacular Phang Nga Bay. We had to wait in the theater with most of the remainder of...
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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