Images Of Animals In The Wild 1

Photographic impressions from our travels… Above: A Kelp Gull flies over a colony of King Cormorants nesting in the Beagle Channel at the tip of South America. Right: A Rock Shag, a species of cormorants, sometimes called Magellanic shags. They are rarely seen but can be encountered around the Falkland Islands. This one was photographedContinue reading “Images Of Animals In The Wild 1”

Port of Call Roatan Honduras

The Caribbean Island of Roatan, Honduras Roatan is the largest of the Honduran Bay Islands in the Caribbean and is becoming a popular cruise itinerary destination. Like many Caribbean destinations it is recognized for its beautiful beaches, water sports, including premier scuba and skin diving, and modern resorts. It also has a growing number ofContinue reading “Port of Call Roatan Honduras”

Cruising And The Panama Canal

A Holland America ship enters a lock on the left while a dry cargo ship gets ready to enter the right side lock following a tanker through the canal. The best way to experience the canal is on a cruise ship. Generally these cruises start from major cruise ports of Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, San Diego,Continue reading “Cruising And The Panama Canal”

How To Get The Most From An Iguazu Falls Itinerary

Iguazu Falls Argentina – An easy trip out of Buenos Aries to visit one of the Natural Wonders of the world. This economical itinerary is one not to skip if you are in eastern South America. Located on the boarder between Argentina and Brazil, Iguazu Falls is one of the Natural Wonders of the World.Continue reading “How To Get The Most From An Iguazu Falls Itinerary”

Cruising Through The Panama Canal

One very popular cruise itinerary is transiting the Panama Canal. Cruises generally cover three categories. West to east normally starting in a California port and ending in Florida. The reverse, east to west and Caribbean cruises that go part way through the canal and return to the Caribbean. The best way to experience the canalContinue reading “Cruising Through The Panama Canal”