The South China Sea is actually part of the Pacific Ocean that sees a third of the world’s shipping traffic. Where we sailed, nothing but open sea as shown in this relaxing video taken from the balcony of my stateroom on Seabourn Sojourn during the Seabourn Food And Wine Cruise.
That was the scene the entire day in all directions. Inside a morning cooking demonstration by Hong Kong Peninsula Hotel Dim Sum chef Henry Fong, a familiar face around the ship, first seen at a Dim Sum dinner early in the voyage.
We’ll have more on our day sailing the South China sea in a full post, coming up next.
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ChrisCruises Daily Posts –
- Seabourn: Taking Care Of Business
- Seabourn: Engaging Program Takes Center Stage
- Seabourn: Shopping With The Chefs In Halong Bay
Facebook Photo Albums
Flickr Event Photos- (images added throughout the day, every day as at-sea Internet allows)
NEW: YouTube Video-
- Instagram lovers will see one post a day that summarizes much of what we saw and did in the last 24 hours.
- Pinterest boards for each port of call are already set up, ready to be filled with photos as time permits, subject to bandwidth limitations we may encounter along the way. Also to be created and published perhaps with a bit higher priority, food and wine photos.
- Twitter has been populated with prescheduled tweets throughout the day that will be updated with events and happenings around the ship and ashore as the occur. Follow @OrlandoChris, @SeabournCruise and the tag #SeabournFoodAndWineCruise.
- Tumblr will be all about food and wine with multiple posts throughout each day.
- Google+ posts will recap the day at its end
- Exposure Photo Storybooks will no doubt come after sailing and be more reflective of the entire experience, as usual. Different this time, multiple storybooks focusing on culinary events as well as destinations visited along the way.