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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 the U.S. Mexican border, but well off shore before working our […]

Heavenly Cruise: Day 3 Ensenada, Mexico 

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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 the U.S. Mexican border, but well off shore before working our […]

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Heavenly Catalina cruise, Part 2

As we began our 26-mile journey to not so far off Catalina, California we were treated to a magnificent sunset on the Pacific Ocean. Beyond that spectacular vision there

Catalina by a heavenly cruise

We were rapidly approaching our 35th wedding anniversary —and I wanted to make it very special for my beautiful wife and even for me so I immediately thought, “We

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,

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

‘Joker’ should have you frowning in no time

1.5 out of 4 stars Of all the crimes the Joker has committed since debuting in 1940, I find this to be his most egregious: the killer clown murdered more

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

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

Sosua Beach: A gem of the Dominican Republic

After an all too short a visit to Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic the day of departure had arrived. Neither my travel companion Juan Carlos Arvelo nor I wanted to

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