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In Which Conrad Pulls It Off..... — Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh

As the person responsible in Silversea for scouting out new itineraries and destinations (which, not expedition leading is his actual job), Conrad tells us that the idea of Bangladesh first came up nearly three years earlier. Working with Georgie, Silversea's agent in the Indian sub-continent, Conrad had done several scouting trips and worked with various government agencies in Bangladesh to get the necessary permissions and clearances to bring the ship and its 200... Much of coastal Bangladesh is the delta of the Brahmaputra and Ganges Rivers - the region where these rivers empty into the Bay of Bengal creating the world's largest delta. Immigration officials were to come aboard to take care of the necessary formalities and we were then to be taken ashore in both zodiacs and local speed boats which provide a kind of taxi service for the fishing communities that live on Maheskali... As part of his scouting, Conrad had identified (and GPS recorded) which estuary our ship could approach and anchor in to give us the shortest zodiac ride to our first destination, Maheskali Island. Source: TravelPod.com TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at TravelPod.com

Greenland and Iceland

July 16 Arrive Reykjavík, Iceland. Iceland for Greenland flight time is 1 hour and 40 minutes. Julia, myself, and our friends Cindy and Donald plan to spend a month exploring both Greenland and Iceland. All four of us have traveled the edges of Iceland on previous trips, but this time we plan to explore the hinterlands of this newly formed and most progressive country. We’ll embark the Schooner and get an introduction and a safety briefing by the crew and then sail towards the village of Ittoqqortoormiit where the evening is spent with locals in perhaps the most isolated village of the world. We’ll depart Keflavik Airport Iceland for a flight to Constable Point in Greenland, a small airfield on the west side of Hurry Inlet. But, before we sightsee the environs of Iceland we hope to, fly to, and then sail around the edges of Greenland’s remote and distant east coast. The only direct flight to Iceland from the west coast of the USA is from Seattle, so Julia and I will spend the morning in Tecoma and then take the direct flight to Reykjavík. The latest addition to the North Sailing fleet she is a beautiful two mast, oak ship built in 1918. Representing Danish shipbuilding tradition at its very best Donna Wood was originally built as a lighthouse ship, but in 1990 she underwent massive... Source: David Millett Publications








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Water Operations Training
Cpl. Denise Houston, a Ridgeland, S.C., native, hangs on to a Zodiac boat as she, along with fellow Soldiers, try to get the watercraft turned back over Aug. 14 at Fort Leonard Wood's Training Area 250 Lake. Troops...
Photo by The U.S. Army on Flickr
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Make-A-Wish-Ranger
14-year old Riley Woina, of Plymouth, Conn., (left) became one of the Army’s newest Rangers during a graduation at Fort Benning today. Col. Michael Linnington, United States Army Infantry School's Assistant...
Photo by The U.S. Army on Flickr
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Yacht Basin Landscape, Baltra Island, Galapagos
In this photo, Zodiacs criss-cross the turquoise waters of the yacht basin on Baltra Island in the Galapagos, ferrying passengers and supplies to all manner of cruise vessels preparing to depart for other parts of the...
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