30 days on a metal island: From USA to Australia on cargo ship MV Bahia


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Oceans and Seas » Pacific
September 27th 2011
Published: September 27th 2011
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It may come as no surprise to regular readers of this blog, but I just love unusual, slow forms of travel. I am particularly enamoured with trains and cargo ships. There is just nothing like travelling across the vast oceans or landscapes of the world in slow motion, with plenty of time to reflect, absorb and prepare for the next destination to come. Hence, in line with most of my trips over the p... Read Full Entry



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My Tagalog mentor Benjamin BalgosMy Tagalog mentor Benjamin Balgos
My Tagalog mentor Benjamin Balgos

This man simply delights in singing Karaoke
Bosun with passengerBosun with passenger
Bosun with passenger

Six passengers in the form of horses joined us in Auckland for an outing to Sydney
My bodyguards Albert and BenjaminMy bodyguards Albert and Benjamin
My bodyguards Albert and Benjamin

These two gentlemen kindly accompanied me to my hotel in Sydney to make sure I arrived safely.



18th April 2012
Mr Noel Perlas in street wear

ooops
what happened to his head ?
6th January 2013

Never would have thought of that!
How fun and exciting! I never would have thought of utilizing a cargo ship as a way to travel. I will have to think about that in the future... :)
11th May 2013

How true !
Madam, I am from India and have traveled all over India.I very much like your comment that Travel is all about the people we meet. Happy traveling!
2nd September 2014

30 days on a metal island
I really like reading this story. Though this is a large blog to read, but it is very interesting. The pictures are also very nice and beautiful. Thanks a lot for sharing the blog. Keep sharing.
2nd September 2014

Thank you, I am glad you enjoyed it :)

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