The Cruise Port Of St. Thomas USVI

St. Thomas is the most populated of the U.S. Virgin Islands and is a major port of call for Caribbean cruise itineraries. There are two widely separated cruise ship docks so you should try and check out where your ship will tie up. It will either be Crown Bay that’s west of Charlotte Amalie orContinue reading “The Cruise Port Of St. Thomas USVI”

Akaroa, New Zealand, A Port of Call

The cruise port of Akaroa, New Zealand is a popular resort area for New Zealanders being less than fifty miles from Christ Church. The area is also seeing more frequent visits by cruise ships from the growing popularity of cruising around Australia and New Zealand. The port of call Akaroa, New Zealand is located onContinue reading “Akaroa, New Zealand, A Port of Call”

The Walt Disney World Transportation System

Includes New Downloadable pdf Map Before you plan a trip to Walt Disney World it might be helpful to understand the transportation system options. The basic drive in and spend a day at a park is pretty straight forward. Get inside The World and follow the signs to the selected park. Pay about $20, parkContinue reading “The Walt Disney World Transportation System”

Cruise Port of Roatan, Honduras

Roatan, Honduras – The Other Caribbean Most everyone is familiar with at least a few Caribbean islands like Sint Maarten, the Virgin Islands, Jamaica and Grand Cayman but there are a number of lesser known tropical islands that share that same Caribbean Sea. Roatan is the largest of the Honduran Bay Islands in the CaribbeanContinue reading “Cruise Port of Roatan, Honduras”

Silver Springs Florida Lives On

  Florida’s Classic Attractions Florida has always attracted visitors to its’ ocean beaches but, years ago, it also had an assortment of popular inland tourist destinations. Those old Florida attractions have been dying out, pushed aside or even replaced by theme parks. Unfortunately, history and gardens cannot compete with movie attractions, roller coasters and fantasies.Continue reading “Silver Springs Florida Lives On”

Port of Call Auckland, New Zealand

Auckland New Zealand and The Bay of Islands Auckland is a popular port for cruise itineraries around Australia and New Zealand as well as Pacific repositioning cruises. Most itineraries with a port call in Auckland also include a stop at The Bay of Islands. The city is built around two bays and calls itself theContinue reading “Port of Call Auckland, New Zealand”

Port of Call Akaroa, New Zealand

The cruise port of Akaroa, New Zealand is a popular resort area for New Zealanders being less than fifty miles from Christ Church. The area is also seeing more frequent visits by cruise ships with the growing popularity of cruising around Australia and New Zealand. The port of call Akaroa, New Zealand is located onContinue reading “Port of Call Akaroa, New Zealand”

Mountain Landscapes – A Gallery

Wilderness, amazing National Parks, incredible mountain vistas, recreational destinations for hiking, camping and climbing, and diverse mountain terranes are all part of our experiences. Here are a few of our favorite mountain destinations… They have always been called the smokey mountains and for good reason. The mix of the climate and the old rounded mountainContinue reading “Mountain Landscapes – A Gallery”

Cruise Ports Of St. Thomas USVI

St. Thomas is the most populated of the U.S. Virgin Islands and is a major port of call for Caribbean cruise itineraries. There are two widely separated cruise ship docks so you should try and check out where your ship will tie up. It will either be Crown Bay that’s west of Charlotte Amalie orContinue reading “Cruise Ports Of St. Thomas USVI”

Bar Harbor Maine A New England Port

Visiting The Cruise Port of Bar Harbor, Maine A favorite stop for New England and Canada Maritime cruises, Bar Harbor has a lot to offer. The town itself and waterfront are the major attraction with a number of shops and great restaurants to visit. Where Your Ship Docks Bar Harbor is a tender port andContinue reading “Bar Harbor Maine A New England Port”