Mark Twain said it best: "Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover." One of the great pleasures in life is to travel. To travel...near or far, for weeks or days, it fills the basic desire to explore. Photographs can capture the moment but it is in the words, the descriptions of those precious memories that you can memorialize your thoughts in a journal that will stay with you for the rest of your life. Write down those stories; recapture the images of your journey in your own words in "The Cruise Journal."
Would you like to go on a vacation cruise, but just aren't sure if you can afford it? Cruise vacations have become more affordable and now is the time to take advantage of the many offers and discounts available to make your dream cruise a reality. In the brand new book, Vacation Cruises - How To Take A Budget Cruise Without Sacrificing Fun, you will learn how to get prepared and feel confident that you have planned a wonderful vacation cruise without blowing your budget. It doesn't matter if you are a first time cruiser or have been on many cruises around the world - this book has something for everyone.This book on Vacation Cruises has been called the "Bible For Vacation Crusing!" It covers all the information there is to know before you set sail. It is like having a cruise expert at your fingertips everytime you have a question. You will discover a wide variety of tips on not only saving money, but facts you will need to know to take advantage of everything the cruise has to offer while onboard.
Psychological Fiction: Based on 'The Hunting of the Snark' by Lewis Carroll, and actual nightmares; an unknown person takes an opportunity to open a hole in space/time just to catch a Snark, by way of manipulating invasive conscious nightmares, discovering that dreams are also actually alternate realities. Written in Wonderland LA CA.
"I'm going down to the beach to find Jim Libby. If you'll come along we'll have a prime sail; and most likely this is the last chance we shall have to go out with him, for his vessel leaves in the morning." "How can I go when I've got to mind this young one all the forenoon just 'cause the nurse must go an' have a sick headache? I don't believe she feels half as bad as I do!" And Walter Morse looked mournfully out over the blue waters with but little care for his baby sister, who was already toddling dangerously near the long flight of steps leading from the veranda of the large summer hotel. "Can't you coax off for a couple of hours?" the first speaker, Harry Vandyne, asked. "It's no use. Mother has gone to ride, and said I was to stay here until she came back." Harry started toward the beach, determined not to lose a single hour of pleasure because of his friend's engagements; but before he had taken half a dozen steps a sudden, and what seemed like a very happy thought, occurred to him.
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