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Fear the Jackrabbits


Posted By on Dec 29, 2014

The tail of the Jackrabbits is known throughout the sea, It started with five men who all sang karaoke. This small group of Flowriding dreamers, Formed together a sweet band of singers. They were good separate, but not renowned, Once combined their true power be unbound. Unknowing what to call themselves, They tried “Ortega”, “Mordok”, even “The Elves”. They cried out to the gods: Poseidon and Zeus. Their prayers and effigies were of...

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Jackrabbits, Assemble!


Posted By on Dec 29, 2014

Navigating the shmorgishborg of food options? Check. Followed the handy-dandy-mandy-sandy guide to making friends? Check. Story of how the premiere Karaoke band of the seven seas was formed? Un-check? Well, love me tender and call me Elvis! In order for this story to be told appropriately, I will share some very unflattering details that must be dealt with delicately. To avoid prolonged embarrassment to these individuals I’ll conceal...

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Tube Travel Guide


Posted By on Dec 13, 2014

Since my lists seem to be the “Bell of the Blog,” I’ve compiled very real guidelines in order for one to appear like a native Londoner whilst riding London’s underground choo-choo train. First of all, do not talk under any circumstance. This includes family members, long lost relatives, best friends, and even newlyweds. No speaking to anyone (or anything for that matter). Even if you were to spontaneously catch ablaze and the...

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Wind Beneath My Sails


Posted By on Dec 8, 2014

Meeting interesting and engaging people with similar likes becomes increasingly difficult with age. Walking up to someone, offering them a sip of your Capri-sun, and then asking them if they’ll be your friend doesn’t hold up as well as it did as a child. If you have trouble meeting people then follow my 18 Step-by-Step instructions on making life-long friends while stuck at sea for 13 days. 1. Find an event that interests you that is...

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Cloudy with a Chance of Cruise Food


Posted By on Dec 7, 2014

After witnessing the undocking I was quite famished. Nothing builds up an appetite like watching someone else do an astonishing three-point turn in a 120,000 ton vessel. Luckily, it was dinner time (even if it wasn’t dinner time this has made an exceptional transition)! The Cruise Gods were very secretive and sent messages to us via our Cruise Card Every night you had the option of going to a sit-down dinner with waiters, menus, the...

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The Undocking


Posted By on Oct 4, 2014

After a lengthy informational video, brought to us by our captain, we were dismissed and set free to roam the boat and all of its splendor. Before my personal roaming could commence, it was time for boat-off. Which is similar to take-off but way different than take-out or make-out. Not knowing the best vantage point for the boat-off, or “undocking” if you will, I decided to ask someone that worked on the ship to use their hand to...

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As with all journeys, it began when it started. Weeks after selling, planning, selling, quitting, selling, driving, and selling, it was time to begin this year-long travel around the world. How I decided to approach the beginning of this journey, was to let my mom do all the research and just have her tell me where to be and when to be there. It seemed to be the best option, and once I’ve made up my mind, I never change it. Whether...

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Welcome to Málaga!


Posted By on Sep 11, 2014

I touch land for the first time after 11 days at sea. First place in Europe, Málaga, Spain. I’m fairly certain that I pronounce “Málaga” incorrectly throughout the duration of this video. That’s my fault. I take full responsibility.

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