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Many people consider a cruise to Alaska to be unique and unforgettable, but we chose it for the mode of transportation itself, which is convenient and comfortable. Honestly, though, it did not meet our expectations. Here’re my impressions and recommendations for those who decide to take a week-...
What amazing watercolor paints! Here is the cockpit: The nearby plane starts to run - it's time for us to follow it! We return back to  Ketchikan , and as you can see in the photo, two other seaplanes are flying from the opposite direction. We are going to the runway of the...
Ketchikan  - our first port in the United States - is a tiny town in rainy southeast  Alaska , also known as the "Salmon Capital of the World". Its population is only 7000 people, most of them work either in tourism or in fisheries. The ship stands in Ketchikan half a day...
The seaplane turned out to be a lot smaller than I imagined. Inside it was similar to the shabby cab of a taxi driver than to the board of the plane. There were six of us, including the pilot. We have jammed into it, sat densely, I felt heavy breath of the old man sitting behind.  Then we...
The first day of the cruise to  Alaska  we spent at sea, enjoying the cold Northern sun and fresh sea air. Early next morning our ship docked in the  port of Ketchikan  - a city that is called the First Alaska's City because most people start their journey along the...