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Southbound to Australia 2014
Thank you for making this voyage so much more interesting than it would have been without your fascinating lectures, especially all that information about endemics!
The recommendation of Aqwa was spot on, as was the fish and chips at Hillarys - we hope to be back there in January as we didn't manage to spot a little pied cormorant this time.
I think I have just about curbed the desire to shout "bird" and take a photograph every time something flaps overhead, but we're still looking with more interest than before we met you.
The only disappointment is that we didn't get to meet Sue, as we have discovered that our 10 year old Australian grandson has a burning ambition to be a marine biologist.
Posted by Ann Joss on 16 December 2014
Thanks for adding so much interest and knowledge to our North Cape trip home yesterday I will miss the brain stimulus
What is the name of your book being published next year
Hope the sea is calmer today
Posted by Marie Milton on 13 August 2014
Hi, Marie. Thanks for your message - and my greetings from Olden in the southern fjords of Norway on my final "Discovery" cruise (sniff!).
The book will be called "Mountain Flowers" in the British Wildlife Collection, published by British Wildlife Publishing. It is due out about this time next year (if I can manage to finish the writing my the end of the year!).
Posted by Michael on 15 August 2014
Journey to the North Cape
Duncan & I were fortunate to be passengers on this wonderful trip.
Black Prince is a lovely ship, we were blessed with good weather, the scenery was stunning and we had some amazing sightings of whales, dolphins, white tailed eagles and much more.
The interesting lectures and helpful on-deck guidance from Sue and Michael made a special trip even more special for us.
Posted by Olga Mathews on 05 July 2009
Many thanks, Olga: I'm delighted that Sue and I were able to add in some small way to a memorable cruise. We await news of any further cruises, but perhaps we will meet again on a cruise ship somewhere: it is certainly a wonderful way to spend part of our summer.
Posted by Michael on 03 August 2009
I really enjoyed your tslks on the recent Spitzbergen cruise (though from the comfort of my cabin, as I have difficulty sitting for any length of time) and look forward to seeing the photos published on your website.
Posted by S.Withers on 24 July 2008