Boiling Lake, Dominica, Morne Trois Pitons National Park
This is the latest in a series of travel photos inspired by #FriFotos on Twitter. The theme of this week’s Photo Friday is LAKES. The picture above is of Dominica’s Boiling Lake, located in Morne Trois Pitons National Park. It’s a UNESCO World Heritage site, and the second largest hot springs in the world. And […]
This week’s Photo Friday takes us to Victoria Falls in Dominica, West Indies.
This is the latest of our weekly travel photo series, inspired by #FriFotos on Twitter. This week’s #FriFotos theme is WATERFALLS. In 2006, Chris and I took our first trip together to the island of Dominica, also known as the Nature Island because of its pristine beauty. It’s not a very built-up, and is popular with birders […]
This week’s Photo Friday takes us to paradise, which I define as a vacation at the beach in the Grenadines.
This is the latest of our weekly travel photo series, inspired by #FriFotos on Twitter. This week’s #FriFotos theme is PARADISE. It’s been a few years, but Don and I have yet to encounter a destination as relaxing as the 2009 trip that we took to St. Vincent & The Grenadines. While the Caribbean islands […]
This week’s Photo Friday: The infinity pool at Amanyara, a luxury resort on Providenciales, Turks & Caicos.
This is the latest of our weekly travel photo series, inspired by #FriFotos on Twitter. This week’s #FriFoto theme is POOLS. And in terms of sheer luxury, it’s hard to beat the infinity pool at Amanyara, a luxury resort on Providenciales, in Turks & Caicos. Most of the island’s hotels are on Grace Bay, one […]
Tobago Cays sailing on the Friendship Rose of Bequia, St Vincent and the Grenadines.
This week’s Photo Friday (#FriFotos) theme is HAPPY PLACES. In late 2009, Chris and I traveled to St. Vincent and the Grenadines, my favorite Caribbean destination so far. During our trip, we boarded the Friendship Rose, a 101-ft dual mast schooner for a day of sailing to the Tobago Cays, with the final destination […]
Tips for booking a spring break vacation in the Caribbean for March 2012
Q: I’m looking to plan out a 5/6 night Caribbean March break for my family (wife, two kids, 19 & 22) during spring break 2012. We’re looking for a rest — w/swimming, snorkeling, boating, etc. And we’re on your basic kids-in-college budget. We’re open to going to a variety of locations, just don’t have much […]
Turks and Caicos beaches are among the best in the world, with the most perfect fine white sand and the clearest water.
Today’s Photo Friday (#FriFotos on Twitter) theme is LUXURY. In January 2009, Chris and I traveled to the Turks and Caicos island of Providenciales, a much needed break from the cold weather on the US East Coast. When we arrived, I realized that for $350 per night accommodations, we were in the Provo slums. Not exactly, […]
Photo of blue dusk at Young Island in St. Vincent, West Indies.
This week’s Photo Friday (#FriFotos) theme is BLUE. Pictured above is a photo taken at dusk, looking out toward Young Island, St. Vincent, West Indies.
Photo Friday: Red habanero peppers from the Caribbean
Red habanero peppers, from the Caribbean. Take a bite… I dare you. Photo taken in a restaurant in St John, US Virgin Islands.
One of my favorite photos of sailing: A peaceful moment on the water on our Virgin Islands cruise
This week’s Photo Friday (#FriFotos) theme is WATER. Pictured is a woman looking out over the peaceful water before sunset on the Arabella, a 160 ft. tri-masted tall ship. The Arabella is part of the Windjammers sailing cruise line, and it sails New England in the summer, the Mid-Atlantic region in the fall and the […]