Saturday, November 12, 2011

Sunday Bridge/scenic Sunday: Cruise



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My Cousin Bart Ngieng is the Travel Manager with Wah Tung Travel Service Sdn Bhd. in Kuching, Sarawak Malaysia. www.wahtung.travel

He took his wife and my aunt and uncle to a cruise to Europe. Ka pai , paki paki Bart for being a good husband and son. Ka pai means good job and paki paki means clap clap in New Zealand.

Addition: Bart tells me it is "Pacific Primcess cruise ship, together with Silversea anchored off Sorrento, Italy How cool is that?

This is the introduction of this cruise, I will be posting more photos.

17 comments:

mick said...

I like the photo of the harbour and cruise ships.

BartNgieng said...

Pacific Primcess cruise ship, together with Silversea anchored off Sorrento, Italy

CameraCruise said...

Beautiful photos!
I've voted.
Good luck!

Ginny said...

It is a really pretty picture. I wish I could just be transported to Italy without having to travel!

Ewa said...

I voted today :)

as per your questions about snakes, I really only new the St. Patricks story,I am from Poland myself, but live in Ireland for the last 12 years, so I askd my daughter and she mentioned the story as well, but after reading your question I've got curious and here's the link I found with some info:
http://www.irishabroad.com/news/irish-voice/news/Articles/No-Snakes-in-Ireland150308.aspx

Louis la Vache said...

Beautiful image, Ann!
«Louis» thanks you for your contribution to Sunday Bridges.

Pat said...

What a gorgeous shot!

Liz said...

i voted! good luck ann, i hope you win the contest. :)

dharma owl said...

great photo here...

J Bar said...

Beautiful harbour shot.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Genie said...

I have been on two cruises, and they were both wonderful. I love having everything in one place and lots of good food to eat. This is a lovely photo...all that blue and then the white ships. A gorgeous harbor. genie

Lesley said...

The harbour is lovely.
I am always amazed at how huge those cruise ships are (and have never seen one in real life)

Francisca said...

Those cruise ships are like floating apartment complexes: HUGE!

Kim, USA said...

Beautiful view Ann. Done voting today. ^_^

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Suzy said...

Beautiful pic. I would love to take a Mediterranean cruise. Voted for you.

Reader Wil said...

Wow! That' s a long bridge! One of those cruise ships anchored in Rotterdam?

The Japanese Redneck said...

Cool picture.