21 Jan Considering the Future Brought Joy from the Past
With the world encumbered by Covid, it is difficult to imagine an extensive trip overseas within the next few years. By the time it’s “Covid safe” it may be too late for Maggie and I to undertake another long haul journey. This realisation has definitely made us reflect on what we have already experienced. Looking back to 2016 for example makes us realise even more, what an amazing voyage of discovery we had that year and how privileged we have been. In turn, that understanding makes me want to share our pleasure with more readers.
So, if you didn’t read or see any of the photo blogs covering our 2016 Mediterranean cruise (or even if you did) hopefully you will find this photo summary enjoyable.
From Sorrento Harbour, looking back towards Naples, one can clearly see the outline of what could be the world’s most famous volcano, Mount Vesuvius.
La Alhambra, Spain
To see many more photos of our 2016 cruise, plus find out more about these destinations, please search out the 21 original blogs under the heading “Voyage to Antiquity” in the Journal (Home Page – Journal – Voyage to Antiquity). Alternatively, if you want to view a blog on a particular destination you can search through the “Tags” on the right hand side of the blog page to find name of the destination you want (Tags presented in alphabetical order).
Richard HawkinsPosted at 15:11h, 21 January
What an amazing man you are.
To want to share your journey’s with friends is our privilege.
Thank you so very much and stay safe the both of you.
Cheers Shirley n Dave
alistairstravelPosted at 19:01h, 21 January
Thank you Shirley and Dave. It is my privilege to have friends who are interested in what I share. All the very best for 2022
Rodger JamiesonPosted at 23:18h, 22 January
Great Work Al – beautiful shots. Mal and I love Venice too!
alistairstravelPosted at 11:15h, 23 January
Thanks for your response Rodger. I’m pleased you liked the photos. All the best to you and Mel for 2022