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Latest Blog Posts for Arie's Travels

  • Now Released: Cross On Me – A Novel By Arie Uittenbogaard
    on Aug 16, 2011
    PRESS RELEASE: A brilliant man flees from reality and drives in a panic from scientific Boston to the wilderness of Alaska. When his father learns of his son's plight, he sets out to find him. Before they can meet again, both men must pay an ultimat...
  • Mahon, Menorca
    on Apr 17, 2011 in Menorca Europe Spain Mahon
    We’re gliding into town through what’s said to be the largest natural harbor in the world. Since Menorca is also a tiny island, I’m forced to conclude that half of it consists of harbor. But what a sight for sore eyes; I feel home at once. Tiny...
  • Mahon, Menorca
    on Apr 17, 2011 in Menorca Europe Spain Mahon
    We’re gliding into town through what’s said to be the largest natural harbor in the world. Since Menorca is also a tiny island, I’m forced to conclude that half of it consists of harbor. But what a sight for sore eyes; I feel home at once. Tiny...
  • Cartagena, Spain
    on Apr 14, 2011 in Cartagena Draga Europe Spain
    We arrive when it’s still dark but as soon as the sun is up and I tear away from the goings on, the town of Cartagena fills me with memories of grandiose plans and romance. Row after row of yachts of all sizes bob in the marina. Buildings from ever...
  • Cartagena, Spain
    on Apr 14, 2011 in Cartagena Draga Europe Spain
    We arrive when it’s still dark but as soon as the sun is up and I tear away from the goings on, the town of Cartagena fills me with memories of grandiose plans and romance. Row after row of yachts of all sizes bob in the marina. Buildings from ever...
  • Gibraltar StraightIt’s always a milestone in any journey: crossing Gibraltar Straight. We look forward to it for weeks and then it’s over in an hour or two. But thank God we’re off the Atlantic. From a sailor’s point of view, the Mediterranean really is a big...
  • Gibraltar StraightIt’s always a milestone in any journey: crossing Gibraltar Straight. We look forward to it for weeks and then it’s over in an hour or two. But thank God we’re off the Atlantic. From a sailor’s point of view, the Mediterranean really is a big...
  • Casablanca, Morocco
    on Apr 11, 2011 in Morocco Africa Casablanca
    A couple of tired-eying line guys tie us up in the congested cargo port of Casablanca.“Where’s Rick’s?” we yell, visibly making the line guys even more tired. We’re not the first foreign fools to refer to the 1942 movie, and we’re also no...
  • Casablanca, Morocco
    on Apr 11, 2011 in Morocco Africa Casablanca
    A couple of tired-eying line guys tie us up in the congested cargo port of Casablanca.“Where’s Rick’s?” we yell, visibly making the line guys even more tired. We’re not the first foreign fools to refer to the 1942 movie, and we’re also no...
  • Agadir, Morocco
    on Apr 10, 2011 in Agadir Morocco Africa
    We’re in Agadir, Morocco, for only half a day. Ahead lies the town in the blistering heat; a scorching dessert wind comes pelting over the mountains, carrying sand that scrapes the paint off the bulkheads and settles in corners and blows in through...
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