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Trip Report Ira's Off to Dig the Big Ditch

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Hi All,

My Lady Wife and I shall be setting off for foreign lands on Sunday, 04/24.

We fly to Miami, which I am told is owned by Cuba.

We then board The Regatta for a sail to the Conch Republic, where we are scheduled to meet with the Head Parrot and other Parrot Heads.

We touch down in Cartagena, CO before reaching the Panama canal. It will be interesting to compare the lochs there to those in Scotland.

Other stops in foreign lands are Puntarenas, CR; San Juan del Sur, NI; Puerto Quetzal, GU; Acapulco, MX; Cabo San Lucas, MX and San Francisco, CA.

It pays to have a good TA, because I didn't know we would need visas for San Francisco. She got them for only $100 ea. Much cheaper than the ones we had to get for Brazil.

I shall try to keep a daily log of sights and sounds and post on Cruise Critic at

http://boards.cruisecritic.com/showthread.php?p=49784492#post49784492

((I))

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