Articles in Seafaring
In Homer’s epic ‘The Odyssey’, it takes enemy of Poseidon and all round faffer Odysseus ten years to make it home after the fall of Troy. While it’s not taken the Oddies quite that long …
I enjoyed the floating garden, it was a garden that floated and for that reason I edified it to levels of flabbergastment which was probably a bit over the top given the dour nature of the garden.
The Basin was hosting Atelier[Zero] which had built a row of seaside bathing huts along the side of the water’s edge.
Audience agog at such an unseemly sight, looked on in wonder.
When they did eventually reach a more interesting part of their odyssey, Hackney, they drifted through in the same sterile manner.
My hope of many a seafaring story effervescently spewing from the history of the Dirty Dicks was sadly and cruelly dashed.
‘Noah Royal at Partington taught me how to drive his train and I taught him how to drive my boat.’
Following the popularity of the (aqua)lung’s recent coverage of the Killer Whale atrocity in the Americas, readers may be interested in this story concerning an altogether different Wales – South Wales, the southern part of the country …
The shocking news that an actual killer whale actually killed someone, briefly turned to hope when it was revealed the tragic event happened in a Florida water park. Hope, that is, amongst the wildly optimistic of us that the Glazer family had suffered a disastrous day out at their local SeaWorld in Orlando.