This land-locked Atlanta city-dweller could use more scenery like this in his life. Unabashed blue. And smiles for days.
A cemetery in Old San Juan. What a peaceful resting place.
On our Sept 2013 cruise to the Caribbean, we had a few hour delay getting to St. Thomas (engine problems that were thankfully corrected). Eventually, we were able to dock. These are the homes that dot the landscape.
Old San Juan was great! Thankfully, a close friend had been a number of times and was able to show us the ropes. We wanted to see the National Gallery, but it was closed. We did find that a few wings were open, amid renovations and were allowed in.
I am not a well traveled person. I’m only now, in my mid-40s beginning to travel a bit. Last year’s cruise afforded me some amazing opportunities. On our St. Thomas, Virgin Islands stop, we hopped a taxi to Cruz Bay, took a ferry to St. John and then a “taxi” to what has to be the most beautiful, relaxing place I’ve ever been. Trunk Bay, St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands. Going back in September.
Spending an entire day in a two story open cabana, with this view. Ahhhhh. Half Moon Cay in the Bahamas.
Last year was not such a great year. Lost my best friend and my brother. There were, however, a few bright notes. Went on my first cruise ever. Verdict? I can see why people love ’em and why people hate ’em. I’m going again in Sep 2014. This shot was in the slightly bumpy water of the Bahamas, on a tender boat to Half Moon Cay.