Glowing reports of
THE WEEKLY STANDARD'S
" Nassau :The water is turquoise, the houses ...
cotton candy pink.
How good..How interesting our cruisers are ... A Disney
ship's horn played 'When You Wish Upon a Star '...
William Kristol… and Fred Barnes… procured.. .magnetic bracelets
to cure motion sickness… It's a good look.”
St. Martin A few dollars procured a wide variety of fruity, girly rum drinks...Then …the islands of adventure... and back to Fort Lauderdale...
Hubbard Glacier let a dog team pull you. View holy paintings of the Czarist days, visit recuperating eagles ...stroll... Ketchikan's red light district
Are only reinforced by the Log of this years Voyage, already found floating in a bottle by Bermuda Triangle fisherfolk--
Bimini : Great news--no going back to Fort Lauderdale. The good ship Hegemonic has just been bought by some Greek tycoon who thinks we deserve a longer vacation!
Eleuthera : Captain says new owner, Tacky ,or whatever his name is, has set a new itinerary including South Georgia--Savannah maybe ?
East of Grenada : Had poolside consommé with Fred Barnes watching Bill Kristol’s great imitation of Robert Maxwell walking the plank.
The Equator : Our blog uplink is toast. John Podhoretz dissed King Neptune about Georgia
Devil's Island : Put Senator Craig and Congressman Foley ashore with the ship's goat.
Beagle Channel Native canoes came alongside offering Inca Pisco, Vicuna coats, and a neat new powdered soft drink called Coca Coca.
Cape Horn Ambasador Bolton and Bill Kristol
went ashore to pay a courtesy call on
General Pinochet's brain..
Pitcairn Day 200 Newsstand refuses to stock our mag. until it runs out of The American Mercury and Look.
Bill Kristol and Fred Barnes put in irons after jumping ship for Tahiti
Easter Island : Finished giant stone head of Rupert Murdoch this afternoon -- damn white coral contact lenses kept falling out
East of Java Bill Bennett broke the bank at chemmy last night, but lost the last of his 300 sequel advance playing Hold Em.
Native newsboys in a fast catamaran followed us flogging the pidgin edition of The Economist. Kristol and Barnes beat them off with lifeboat oars and scalding consomme
Demerara Day 300. Bill Kristol and Fred Barnes threw Rummy a farewell bash at the Pusser's distillery- the 151 makes a dynamite Thermobaric Daisy Cutter and a smoooth Planter's Punch. The AA crowd went inland to Jonestown for a Pina Koolaida party instead.
Bahia Cocinas Venezuela's new Sec Nav for life was waiting on his diesel submarine. he wants a gig on our next Alaska Cruise. Michael Ledeen has a very bad feeling about this, and David is looking for his Canadian passport.