Blog Posts - Seasickness



Splashing Waves

Written By: Tahreem NaseemOur heads are dangerous places, our thoughts are like a choppy, rocky sea, pushing back and forth, waves splashing against the sides of our skulls and screaming won't help because you can't drown your thoughts if you are dro...
by Finding Neverland on Jun 11, 2015

Ginger and Motion Sickness Prevention

According to Japanese traditions a half a teaspoon of ground ginger is more effective than chemical medication in suppressing motion or seasickness. And unlike most medication, it will not make you feel drowsy.Ginger or ginger root is the rhizome of...
by Body Health Pro on Nov 4, 2014

Ginger and Motion Sickness Prevention

According to Japanese traditions a half a teaspoon of ground ginger is more effective than chemical medication in suppressing motion or seasickness. And unlike most medication, it will not make you feel drowsy.Ginger or ginger root is the rhizome of...
by Body Health Pro on Nov 4, 2014

Trini Penguin Power Picture Post #MissionCurryPenguin

If you’re looking for Penguin Pictures, then this is another post for you. These are some of the common expedition pictures from the cruise … Trini Penguin all the way Here’s a bunch of human penguins huddled up! OK  … here&#...
by Ah Trini Travelogue on Jan 22, 2014

A Trini at the Church at the Bottom of the World

The Russians are a hardy, tough people … and they obviously love their god and religion. When I think about the Russians building churches in the frozen ridiculousness of Siberia, I give them total ‘props” on being able on their his...
by Ah Trini Travelogue on Jan 20, 2014

Ginger is a great remedy

Ginger is very effective in healing Arthritis, Fatigue, Muscular Aches and Pains, Poor Circulation, Rheumatism, Sprains, Strains, Catarrh, Congestion, Coughs, Sinusitis, Sore Throat, Diarrhea, Colic, Cramp, Flatulence, Indigestion, Loss of Appetite,...
by Black seed benefis on Jan 15, 2014

Flying to Antarctica : From Punta Arenas into King George Island #missioncurrypenguin

Our Antarctic trip was delayed by almost 48 hours!! When you lost almost 20% of your trip because of weather and being stuck in Chile, one is bound to be impatient and unhappy. However, you will have opportunities to see a departure board with Antarc...
by Ah Trini Travelogue on Jan 13, 2014

Antarctica Cruise = 53/100 on my Hillman Wonders list

For many of you who follow this Trini’s blog, you’ll know that my first source of travel inspiration was the Hillman Wonders website. There wasn’t anything super special about the list … I even wrote an open letter to Howard H...
by Ah Trini Travelogue on Jan 13, 2014

My Very Heart Melted

At the 1771 Methodist Conference in England, John Wesley said, “Our brethren in America call for help. Who is willing to go over?” Francis Asbury, five-foot-six, 150 pounds, sat listening. For months the young man had longed to visit America. So...
by Laboring In The Lord on Oct 27, 2013

Travel health: getting rid of seasickness

Travelling by sea can be a wonderful thing. The sea-air, the sense of adventure... and the seasickness. Seasickness is the bane of many a sailor’s life and there are an almost infinite number of remedies to get rid of it...
by Globalgrasshopper on Aug 22, 2013

My Very Heart Melted

At the 1771 Methodist Conference in England, John Wesley said, “Our brethren in America call for help. Who is willing to go over?” Francis Asbury, five-foot-six, 150 pounds, sat listening. For months the young man had longed to visit America. So...
by Laboring In The Lord on Oct 27, 2012

Enjoy Your Ferry Trip Seasickness Free!

If you take a quick survey of people that don’t like the idea of travelling on a ferry, you will find that most of the people you ask will give one common reason – they get seasick. With all the pharmaceutical and natural remedies in the...
by UK Ferry Tickets on Mar 16, 2009


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