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Surfing the Canal Cruise

Day 1 - Arrival - San Juan, PR

Day 2 - Day at the Beach!

Day 3 - Dawn Patrol & transfer to the Millennium

Day 4 - Day at Sea #1

Day 5 - Catergena, Columbia

Day 6 - Day at Sea #2

Day 7 - Cruising the Canal

Day 8 - Day at Sea #3

Day 9 - Puntarenas, Costa Rica

Day 10 - Day at Sea #4

Day 11 - Day at Sea #5

Day 12 - Huatulco, MX

Day 13 - Acapulco, MX

Day 14 - Day at Sea #6

Day 15 - Cabo San Lucas

Day 16 - Day at Sea #7

Day 17 - Arrival in San Diego

Day 18 - Dawn Patrol & RCL

Day 19 - A Visit to RCI's Mariner of the Seas!

Day 20 - A Visit to RCL's Radiance of the Seas


The Flags are Flying!

Always a fun sight!


On the road again!

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Rod Hunt

 Owner/Agent

Adventures in Paradise - Panama Canal, Hot Fun in the Sun!

"Surfing the Canal"  Cruise, April 2010!

Day 17 - Arrival in San Diego, CA

 

Oh bummer Flo, it's the end of the line!

The only issue that gets me when I do my adventures is when it comes to an end. If you are new to cruising I will always say that 4/5 cruises are a nice way to "sample" a cruise, 7 days cruises are good, 10 & 11 days are getting better, but 14 plus are the way to go for the "seasoned cruiser"! If you are thinking to yourself, why so many days? Well for me I get so excited about going that the blood is flowing and the adrenaline is pumped up so it usually takes about 2 days to get settled into the cruise and then it's "relaxation time"! Then about 2 or 3 day prior to getting off off the ship and going home I get a little bummed, so you might loose 4-5 days to the mental game. Me, I work too many hours when I'm in the storefront so I like a minimum of 14 days on the ship. Add 2 days to "unwind" & settle in with another 2-3 days to "depression" at the end and it leaves me, 9 -10 day of TOTAL RELAXATION! These 9-10 days allow me to live up to my motto,

"Life's a Journey, Enjoy the Ride"


"Millennium's Best"

After some time on a ship you can find a few "hidden secrets" and this room location was one for me! I know these ships, being able to share them with you is a service I can provide, it's not all about the cost to to me, it's the "value"!

 

This stateroom has a great balcony & location for my clients who enjoy a great view with a lot of privacy and want to "enjoy the ride", interested? Call me! 888.325.3225, I'll hook you up!


 

Oh look Munckin, it's San Clemente, California!

 

Definitely a place I could call home, I love this area! Home to many great surf spots and of course the home to my favorite surfboard shaper, Bill Stewart!

 

 

Tomorrow I am off to "Old Man's"!, Click Here!

Rod Hunt - Owner/Agent

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rod's Other Business!

Small World's Main Street Emporium 


Where's Flo now?

Looking for Mr. Stewart!


Sticky Bumps!


San Clemente, California

Stewart Surfboards


In Puerto Rico it's

Bob's East Island Surfing Adventures


Cartagena, Columbia

The Mokana Club!


In Costa Rica

Chuck's W.O.W.


When you're here..

..it's my Buddy Adam!

Tell him Rod Sent you!


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