March of the Penguins

My daughter has a thing for penguins, so when I saw this photo on Facebook I shared it with her immediately, not realizing it was part of an advertisement for a cruise line.

Now, my daughter is ready to take a cruise to view penguins; whereas, I’m thinking if I go on a cruise do I really want to go somewhere cold? Can’t we just ship some of the little fellas over here like in Mr. Popper’s Penguins?

Peace and march on, people.

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

8 thoughts on “March of the Penguins”

  1. Alaska cruises are huge up here because I think they base departures from Seattle. While the scenery would be amazing it’s probably still too cold for me!
    I did just Google info on penguins. The Galapagos penguins live near the equator! Plan for that cruise 🙂

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      1. We flew into Edinburgh a day before the rest of our group arrived, but as first time cross-Atlantic visitors we spent much of that day sleeping. We did get a ride to a cafe near the castle that evening, but of course didn’t get to do any sightseeing. The next day we were on to St. Andrews for the guys to play golf. Then after our 8 days we came back to Edinburgh in time to have dinner in a pub (my first time having haggis) and flew out early the next morning. So in Edinburgh I’ve eaten two (really good) meals.

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