After 111 days on the World Cruise, I wanted to share with you the best photos. You have read the blogs but here were the bests bits! Los Angeles – USA The luggage, flying out and sailing out to sea. Bora Bora – French Polynesia After eight days at sea it was magical to arrive…… Continue reading The World Cruise in Photos
After 111 days of the world cruise, we have been to 36 ports, 25 countries, 6 continents, transited through 2 canals, sailed 10 seas and crossed 3 oceans and spent 73 days at sea. I can’t believe the world cruise has come to an end. It seemed like it was never going to, but here…… Continue reading 111 Days Sailing Around the World
This was my first time to El Salvador and I went back in time to visit the Mayan ruins. I visited two pre-Hispanic archaeological sites. The Mayan Ruins of San Andrés and the UNESCO World Heritage Site Joya de Ceren. We docked in Acajutla, El Salvador and drove to the archaeologically ruins of San Andrés,…… Continue reading The Mayan Ruins of El Salvador
Today is my 5th wedding anniversary I thought I would share my story. I know I do not normally write about my life, just my travel life, but it is travel related as I met my husband while travelling. I met my husband ten years ago, while we were both working onboard a cruise ship.…… Continue reading My Love Boat
I have sailed through the Panama Canal so many times, as I worked many Panama seasons onboard. I find it difficult to get excited about this part of the world! But this time I quite enjoyed just watching. The Panama Canal was built so it is quicker to transit to the Pacific Ocean from…… Continue reading Joining Two Oceans – The Panama Canal
Nicaragua is a beautiful country and I went to visit Granada, Nicaragua’s oldest city. On the way, I also got to see Lake Nicaragua and the Apoyo Crater. We anchored off San Juan del Sur which is a lovely beach town with seafood restaurants right on the beach. From San Juan del Sur we drove…… Continue reading What you must see in Nicaragua
Santa Marta is rich with Colombian history, but it is also very hot and humid! I was a hot mess after my tour! It was one of those days when I could not wait to get back on the air-conditioned bus! While I was in Santa Marta I visited the Cathedral of Santa Marta, the Gold Museum, San Pedro de Alejandrino Villa and watched a traditional Colombian Folkloric Show.