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Heavenly cruise day 4: Halloween at sea

Last night we eased our way out of the port of Ensenada and headed out to the vast blue Pacific Ocean. One of the many delights of every cruise is to enjoy the amazing display of abundant stars not seen […]

Heavenly cruise day 4: Halloween at sea

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Last night we eased our way out of the port of Ensenada and headed out to the vast blue Pacific Ocean. One of the many delights of every cruise is to enjoy the amazing display of abundant stars not seen […]

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Ford v Ferrari: Close to firing on all cylinders

3 out of 4 stars Christian Bale and Mat Damon come pretty close to firing on all cylinders in Ford v Ferrari, which is as much about their teaming to

Heavenly Cruise: Day 3 Ensenada, Mexico 

After a full and very fun day on Catalina Island it was time to get back aboard the beautiful Carnival Cruise ship Inspiration and begin our journey south crossing

Travel: The must-see destinations of Monument Valley and the real Hollywood

A major benefit in diverse travel is the ability to see many unique sights often rich in history and also the opportunity to meet many fascinating people. Monument Valley,

Solutions: Pesky impeachments and foreign policy

Thinking ahead to the headlines of the

Must see travel destinations Part 2: French Polynesia and San Antonio

Continuing in the style established in Part One of this series I shall again present two wildly diverse destinations, both very unique and very enjoyable but both very different. 

Tony Chin’s historic, unstoppable career in music (part 2)

 Unstoppable, Historic Career in Music (The Interview: Part 2)  At the end of Part 1 of my interview of legendary guitar player Tony Chin, Tony recounted several never before published stories about

Travel: Must-see destinations on Planet Earth (Part 1)

I have been blessed with the opportunity to visit six of the seven continents and 100 of the 195 countries on our planet. They all have merit, but if

Antonio Brown: Where does he land next?

The endless saga of Antonio Brown seems to be the only story out there with enough legs to match the nonsense that comes from the Oval Office. This time

Hong Kong is a magical gateway to the South China Sea

In 1966 I was a young man, a United States Marine in fact, aboard the USS Valley Forge LPH-8. Not exactly a Princess cruise ship mind you but it

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