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[117-365] 30th. November 2020- Even though it was a bit misty and grey today, it was at least dry. That's our cue to go somewhere, anywhere, just to get some…

Odds and Sods, or "an assortment of small, miscellaneous items, especially those that are not especially important or valuable". Because I am doing the 365…

The Ray Stoker Jr is one of six ferryboats operated by the State of Texas servicing Galveston/Port Bolivar Texas.

The wooden abra has been a feature on Dubai’s waterways for hundreds of years, ferrying people across from one side of Dubai Creek to the other. Originally…

Well, technically not "free" because it's tax dollars that pay for it but you can ride the ferry from Galveston to Bolivar Peninsula without having to pay to…

Today I went across to Vancouver Island to see friends, some of whom I have not seen in quite a few years. The ferry trip satisfied my urban/industrial…

So we were leaving Ko Chang, the weather turned to sunny with clouds and the sea was calm. The wait at the ferry was a bit longer than we had expected, about 3h…

We have left Bangkok and took the plain to Trat and from there we went with the ferry to the island Ko Chang. Everything was very green there , only the weather…
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