DrFumblefinger visits Fort Selkirk, a historic site on the Yukon River that can only be reached by boat or seaplane.
Jonathan L takes a look at Taughannock Falls.
While in San Antonio Samantha and her husband were able to see the first running of a new Riverwalk tradition, a Parade of Lanterns featuring illuminated floats.
Samantha shares some information about the free Staten Island Ferry which leaves from Whitehall Terminal.
Marian Morgam offers a few suggestions on which Caribbean islands are the best to visit by sailboat.
Samantha and her husband had a great time walking along the Danube in Vienna. That was until a storm rolled in, lol. Here are some pictures she was able to take before the rain started.
Samantha shares her visit to the Seal Beach Pier and all the wonderful memories it brought up from her youth.
Coincidence, or fate? PortMoresby finds herself on a journey into an improbable, but true, traveler’s tale.
Finding herself a bit out of her element, but loving it nonetheless, PortMoresby embarks on an afternoon spent sailing on the Nile.
Disappointed to find a cruise on a classic Nile paddle steamer beyond her means, PortMoresby is given a second chance, if only briefly, to experience the dream.
PortMoresby leaves Luxor, takes to the river, sees riverside farms & temples along the way, learns a lesson and begins her wish list for next time.
Boston's historic Long Wharf impresses Samantha for its views, and as a place to relax and watch the harbor and airplanes.
The Erie Canal is used mostly by pleasure craft these days, but Jonathan L had the chance to see a major industrial shipment pass through.
After walking beside the River Thames for 3 days, PortMoresby ends this section of path by visiting 2 favorites in Kew Gardens.
On the final day of this walk along the River Thames, PortMoresby pays a visit to Kew Palace, one of a number of fascinating attractions located within the Royal Botanic Gardens, just outside central London.