Only a small portion of the Bahamas was affected by Hurricane Dorian. Which islands are open and excited for you to visit? Read on to find out! #BahamasStrong #ilovebahamas #themidlifeperspective
The beauty of the Carribbean is awe-inspiring and it is high on my list of places to relax.
Saint Martin is the smallest island in the world to be governed separately by two countries. By visiting, you will get a taste of both the Dutch and French cultures in the setting of a gorgeous Caribbean island. The island is upscale without any pretension. As I often choose to do when I first visit […]
When we visited St. Kitts on our southern Caribbean cruise, we needed a relaxing day with a few water activities. We asked the taxi drivers directly at the exit of the cruise port and were very pleased with where they brought us. Read on for things to do in St. Kitts with your day in […]
One of my family’s favorite parts of our Caribbean cruise was a visit to the famous Maho Beach on the island of St. Martin. It is easy to visit and be closer than you can imagine to large and small planes as they take off and land. Maho beach is located on the Dutch side […]
I recently visited Puerto Rico for 48 hours as a departure for a southern Caribbean cruise. This US territory is an easy place for US Citizens to travel. Most of the people I ran into spoke English. US residents can enter passport-free, and it uses US dollars- very convenient. Here is a list of things […]
History, shopping, beaches, Latin culture, and excellent food- San Juan has something to make anyone happy and is an easy cruise port to explore. It is the oldest city under the US flag. It is a city just asking to be explored by foot, being only 3 square miles large. Here is a step-by-step guide […]
We ended up in Puerto Rico at the beginning of our Caribbean cruise. One of the best adventures in my past was randomly finding phytoplankton in Santa Barbara, California. When I saw that Puerto Rico is one of only a handful of places in the world with these organisms, experiencing them again was a priority […]