Caribbean Cruise 2014

In case you ever dreamed of following in the footsteps of billionaire Richard Branson by owning your individual island in paradise, now could be your chance – if you are willing and able to splash out a cool £90million. I’ve been to Coco Cay as part of the crew on both the Majesty and Liberty … Continue reading “Caribbean Cruise 2014”

Caribbean IslandsIn case you ever dreamed of following in the footsteps of billionaire Richard Branson by owning your individual island in paradise, now could be your chance – if you are willing and able to splash out a cool £90million.

I’ve been to Coco Cay as part of the crew on both the Majesty and Liberty of the Seas. In total I’ve been there over 45 instances and whereas many of the crew choose to sleep while we are there, I at all times love to explore the island. Regardless of the dimensions of the ship, I nonetheless appear to seek out locations with out folks. A fun fact: In the course of the island there’s a platform which is aprox. 20 ft above the ground wherein you’ve an unubstructed view of the ship for that excellent trip photo alternative.

Apart from land excursions, a half day or one-day sail across the island is recommended. From a small peninsula that extends from the southern tip of the island you’ll be able to view where the tough Atlantic Ocean meets the calm Caribbean Sea. On a clear day you may even spot the tiny island of St Vincent. One other location benefit is you simply island hop to the islands of Martinique, Dominica and Guadeloupe.

The Cayman Islands won one of the best friendliest, finest snorkeling and the best seashore in the Caribbean area within the 2012 Readers Selection Awards for Seven Mile Seaside, Grand Cayman. It is the largest and most developed island of the Cayman Islands. Seven Mile Seaside is known as a Seashore Lovers Eden. Another island is Cayman Brac, which is in style for deep-sea fishing. And the final one is the smallest island among the three is Little Cayman. It is house to diverse wildlife.

One of the souls fell to the earth at Fouha Bay on Guam and turned to stone. The rock was close to the ocean, and the waves caressed the rock’s toes. Over time, the solar shone on the rock, and the rain and wind weathered it and it turned a man. The person was so pleased with the great thing about Guam that he took the purple earth and combined it with water. From this clay he made sculptures of humans. Utilizing what he discovered from Chaife, he made souls for the statues from the heat of the sun. He named these folks the kids of the earth.