Not Now, Voyager: A Memoirby Lynne Sharon Schwartz The acclaimed author expertly reflects on travel.
The television shows were prolific: The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, and Enterprise.
The Voyager embarks, and is in all probability confined to his cabin, suffering under the dreadful protraction of seasickness.
No Voyager or artist can do justice to the scenery of the Bosphorus.
Visions of pleasant ocean voyages come before the mind's eye of many a Voyager who hitherto has dreaded the sea.
True, according to the Voyager, the precious metal was itself absent.
Indeed, all through this century no English Voyager seems to have turned his mind to Canada and its river.
Now what strikes the Voyager is the barrenness and desolation of the land.
A young settlement, so remote and solitary, cannot fail to awaken the liveliest sympathy in the Voyager.
That Voyager had broken up his colony and abandoned New France.