A Hymn For Salvidor Dali

Pacifico used for; Disenchantment Bay, The Hubbard Glacier, & Hurricane Andrew…

Departure: May 21st 2005
Port: Seattle, Washington.
~ MS Oosterdam ~

The one time I went West. I went about as far Northwest as a traveler can go… To get there, that was damn near a tragedy though. Hurricane Andrew rolled the seas. I remember winds over 120(mph) coming in all directions and various degrees. Rocking and Splashing were the name of the game. Dramamine was the name of the plane. Nausea felt from the rock and knocks of waves crashing below. It surely was a show. Frightening as it was, our course that would be. It was after this that I was familiarized with man known as Salvador Dali. For on this ship were all original prints. All to be auctioned off none-the-less. The only way a museum can pimp. After Poseidon rose no one picked up this hint. So I watched the people as they came and went. During this time I met the man known as Dali. Eccentric as he was; honey attracting flies, bees, dolphins, wales, some of the most amazing things I would ever see. From a man with a mustache full of honey. His enigma still remains an exciting wonder to me. I dedicate this hymn to him and his beautiful legacy. Art for ages to inspire and be seen. Images that appear to have certainly come straight from a dream! Showing us a crazy world that still isn’t always as it seems.

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