Cruising in Alaska

Cruising is a great way to see Alaska, providing close ups of glaciers and travelling inland on a variety of trips. The Diamond Princess cruise left Vancouver and finished seven days later in Whittier. The highlight was undoubtedly cruising alongside the glaciers in Glacier Bay and College Fjord, and hearing the cracking and groaning as huge lumps of ice fell into the sea. We then had seven days on land travelling by train and coach to Denali, McKinley, and Fairbanks, staying at Princess lodges


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Totem poles carved by indigenous people in Ketchikan. Totem poles are monumental sculptures carved by indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast with many of them featuring intricate detail. There are more than 80 totem poles distributed around Ketchikan which is the south-easternmost city in Alaska. It has a population of about 8,050 and is the fifth-most populous city in the state.

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