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Voyage of a Lifetime 27—Hong Kong

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We in the US see ourselves as living in a melting pot. Hong Kong is more of a lasagna. The bottom layer represents the first four thousand or so years of the area’s history. A spunky sauce covers the next layer with the Imperial Chinese Kingdom, which held the island was part of its territory. At the beginning of the...

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Voyage of a Lifetime 24—Singapore

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Singapore packs five official language, six million plus or minus residents, and eleven centuries into an island less than two hundred eighty square miles. The waterfront of the city abuts one of the world’s busiest harbors and reflects the city’s reputation as a financial and trading center. Area architect...

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Voyage of a Lifetime 23 Airlie Beach

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The title “Free day at Airlie Beach” didn’t make my heart race with enthusiasm. The setting is the best thing about this community nestled in the Whitsunday Islands, which are the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef. Captain James Cook sailed alongside the reef on his exploration of this part of the...

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Voyage of a Lifetime 22  A Sydney Reprise2

By @EsteeKessler |

After a two day of the roughest seas we’d encountered, we put in again to Sydney. While some said the acrobatic walk we’d perfected exercised our stomach muscle, we experienced little regret at having to walk on an unmoving surface. Some were up at 4:30 to see the docking. I was not one of them. W...

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