Traveling by sea
December 12, 2009 4:35am CST
Whilst reading about Nova Scotia I came across details of an around the world trip by ship leaving in May 2010. It will take 14 months to travel around the world. Anyone over the age 18 can join it. The full cost is US$46,000 or each leg would cost US$14,000. I don't know anyone that could afford to be one of the 36 travelers on that voyage. If you got a free ticket for one leg of the trip which would you choose and why? Leg 1: Nova Scotia Panama Canal Galapagos Islands Pitcairn Island French Polynesia Cook Islands Leg 2: Cook Islands Tonga Fiji Vanuatu Bali Leg 3: Bali Reunion Cape Town Leg 4: Cape Town Namibia St Helena Brazil Caribbean Islands Bermuda Nova Scotia
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12 Dec 09
Wouldn´t be want to be rich to make that trip, Maxine!!! I think I would like to go to the French Polynesia if I had that wonderful free ticket!I have always wanted to imagine how and where Paul Gauguin lived. Probably it is all different as tourism changes all. But I would do my best to imagine the past. Take care. Hug!
12 Dec 09
Hi my dear friend. I wouldn't be able to afford that trip. I don't think money makes people happy. I am keen on budget traveling. I remember when you went to Panama from Colombia on the yacht. I have been to French Polynesia. I stopped off on my way to New Zealand. It was pricey. I stayed at a camp site and a cheap guest house.
14 Dec 09
I think I would like leg 4 because specifically i would like to visit namibia. it's the country where one miss universe came from i remember. the thing is i don't think I'll have enough money to join it. so I'd just have to slowly make my way around our beautiful world, and visit one country at a time. :)
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13 Dec 09
I think I would pick number 1 because I never have been to Nova Scotia and I would like to go there. I've forgotten everything I learned about it in my geography classes but I hear it's very nice. I hear Cade's Cove is really something to see. This is also where the country music singer, Anne Murray, is from. I see you mentioned Nova Scotia in number 4, too, so I guess any of these would be great to see. Kathy.