We’re all going to be hearing quite a bit about Miami, Florida this week as the inevitable hype that surrounds the Super Bowl reaches epic proportions. Sporting event or no sporting event, Miami is a fascinating city that blends a wide variety of cultures to create its own look and its own feel.
Miami also happens to be a fairly popular port of call for cruise ships and it is especially useful when sailing the eastern Caribbean. Carnival Cruise Lines has a winner of a deal on a 7-night cruise aboard ... [read more]
Date:January 29th, 2007
For the first post of the New Year on our newly revamped and splendid looking corner of cyberspace, I am proud to offer you a glimpse at what I think is one of the better 10-day Southern Caribbean cruises in this universe. The voyage takes place aboard the mighty Galaxy, a ship operated by Celebrity Cruises.
Close your eyes and picture yourself starting off the journey in San Juan, Puerto Rico, a bustling city that is both foreign and familiar. From there you head on down the water road to a ... [read more]
Date:January 4th, 2007
Translated into English, Puerto Rico means “Rich Port,” but more than that, it is an island rich with something for everyone. An autonomous part of the United States, Puerto Rico is two separate worlds colliding. Both a mixture of old world Spanish and, for the last hundred years, new world American, Puerto Rico is perhaps unique blend of how two separate societies can blend and become one. It’s one of the most densely packed islands in the world and an easy island getaway for Caribbean seekers.
Start with a stroll through Old San Juan, ... [read more]
Author: Miss Julie
Date:December 24th, 2006