Saturday, February 19, 2011

Caribbean Cruise

Today, I’m sharing some photographs from the cruise we took just before Valentine’s Day.  I think I mentioned that it was our first cruise and we would love to go on another but I don’t think we will become cruise-aholics like some of the people we met up with.  But then again, maybe we will.  It really is like Summer Camp for adults – better than kids’ camps because you get to choose your activities plus you get to have alcohol – hehe!

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IMG_0026There were a number of iguanas on the pier when we disembarked in St Thomas. This is a handsome example of one of them.

IMG_0255  Yes, the water was really that colour – don’t you feel warmer just looking at it?  The temperature outside today is minus 15 C, so I’m having a long look to warm myself up.

As you can imagine, I took hundred of photos so it’s hard to choose which ones to post. I’ve tried to include ones that show the gorgeous colours of the Caribbean and the Atlantic Ocean.IMG_0146

IMG_0501View from one of the old forts in San Juan.

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IMG_0065We laugh when we see this photo. A nice gentleman offered to take our picture together; we weren’t expecting that the photo would be so off-centred and that our legs would be cut off. We’re happy to have the photograph though!

The weather throughout the week was perfect. A bit too hot for us to stay in the sun for very long but we were always able to find shade to cool ourselves off.

2 comments:

T's Daily Treasures said...

A definite reprieve from the freezing cold you are experiencing now. No doubt a fabulous trip. I can't believe there was a craft class on the cruise. How fun! I'm a slap happy scrapper too. My birthday is a week from today. We will be in a bungalow on a tea plantation in Sri Lanka. I plan to take a long a book and glue so that I can create my own journal along the way. Best wishes to you, Tammy

diane.ca said...

That lovely blue water and sunshine, I'm so glad you enjoyed the cruise.

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