Check out these entries on my trip around the world on Semester at Sea's SS Universe Explorer. After clicking the "trip around the world . . ." then click Mueller TravelBlog, then Go To Archive. Sorry, it's a little complicated but worth it. The Semester at Sea 2004 button takes you to all the pictures of the trip. Thanks for looking. Leave a comment. I have separated the various ports into their own entries, so there are now two ways to check this trip out.
Mid-January 2004 left Nassau, heading toward Cuba and then Brazil, crossed the South Atlantic to Cape Town, and around the Cape of Good Hope to Tanzania, then to Chennai on the east coast of India, Saigon with a quick trip to Cambodia, then Hong Kong, Korea and Japan. Long trip across the Pacific to finally arrive in Seattle mid-April 2004, about one hundred days, or a semester, later. Tired but happy.
This is a small experiment in the blogosphere. "If you have no interest in what it's like to grow old, what follows is not for you. However, if it's going to happen to you, and the outcome is ultimately going to be negative, then finding a way to make the process as bearable, even as enjoyable as possible, might be worth a little attention."—from John Jerome's On Turning Sixty-Five
01 May 2004
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