Food is a big part of the cruise experience for us. With more dining options than ever, cruise ships are a smorgasbord of flavors ranging from cheeseburgers to Thai barbecue to …Read More →
Posts in the Category: Caribbean & Islands
Colin Presby is the hardest working man in craft beer right now, and he’s just getting started.
“I want fleet brewmaster,” the 32-year-old beer professional said jokingly, during one of his several back-to-back tasting tours on …Read More →
Some people travel for food. Others travel for art. We travel to swim.
It’s not a conscious thing, though. And by that, I mean we don’t plan our trips around swimming the way surfers do for …Read More →
Last season’s holidays were a blur, with plenty of 15-hour days spent sewing and shipping travel scarves to areas near and far. So in January we took our third Carnival cruise.
The cruise provided …Read More →
Poof! Mind Blown.
It’s a bold statement. I’m well aware of that. But, then again, Roatan—the largest of the Bay Islands of Honduras—is a pretty bold place, color wise anyways.
And color is everywhere on West Bay …Read More →
The first thing you notice is the water.
Looking out from our sixth floor balcony on the Carnival Glory, the Caribbean Sea is a soothing turquoise blue, the likes of which I’ve …Read More →
A full day at sea, known among cruisers as a sea day, is the perfect time to enjoy the ship’s onboard amenities. And believe me, on modern cruise ships, there are a lot of amenities. …Read More →