Final Day, May 12 – Saying Goodbye to Seabourn Odyssey
May 14, 2013
Guest Bloggers Adam McCulloch and Emma Sloley are married travel writers based in New York. Originally from Australia, they moved to the U.S. in 2004. They have traveled to over 60 countries and written for a wide range of publications, including Travel + Leisure, Condé Nast Traveler, New York magazine, Gotham, Gourmet Traveller, Coastal Living, Reader’s Digest and Outside. Adam and Emma are sending us stories and pictures daily from their 14-day voyage aboard Seabourn Odyssey between Rome and Venice. Come by and read their blogs often. Wide Awake:
We’ve seen a lot of water pass beneath our keel and been seduced by the ocean’s many moods. At times it had been silken and seductive; at others it turned pewter gray and unyielding. Some days it danced and sparkled like a glo-mesh dress. There were occasions when the ship’s wake with its flurry of whitecaps resembled Hokusai’s iconic print The Great Wave off Kanagawa, and others when it looked black and unfathomable. The ship’s wake also provided an endless pattern on which to meditate or just bliss out.
Wishing you fair winds and following seas.