Visiting the Chacchoben Mayan Ruins in Costa Maya, Mexico

This past December we took a cruise on the Norwegian Dawn from Tampa through the Western Caribbean. One of the ports of call was Costa Maya, Mexico, which is also known as Mahahual (the name of the actual town). This cruise port offers access to a number of interesting excursions in the southern area of the Yucatan such as snorkeling, relaxing on the nearby beaches, and of course visiting the nearby Chacchoben Mayan Ruins.

Bermuda: Things to Do and Where to Eat

While many know about Bermuda’s famous pink sand beaches, this historic island has a recipe for so much more than just a typical beach vacation. First, throw in some interesting colonial history and architecture, as Bermuda was a British colony dating from the 1600’s. Then, mix in some fascinating underwater adventures, from snorkeling and scuba diving to the world-class science and marine life museum. Next, add a dash of delicious dining experiences including world-famous chefs. Finally, blend in a variety of uniquely fashionable clothing styles at amazing shops all across the island. The finished product is what makes Bermuda special. Once you experience this island, you’ll never want to leave.

Tips to Follow when you Travel to Cuba

Traveling to new places can be an exciting experience. You get an opportunity to experience new sights and cultures and make lasting memories. However, whether it’s your first time traveling away from home or you’re a seasoned traveler, there are some travel tips you should follow to help make your experience easier and more enjoyable. When you plan to take a trip to a new place like Cuba, here are some tips to help you prepare or your trip.

Peg Legging Around The World – Top Pirate Locations to Plunder

If you think about it, Pirate Travel is a completely sensible topic for posting about. It’s always good to get back to our (ancestral??) roots and remember that they were the original pioneers of the randomised, inquisitive and adventurous ideals of travel. Plundering their way around the world cove to cove, finding the unexpected and bathing in the riches on offer sounds faintly familiar. Many a traveller will bounce from hostel to hostel, enriching their lives, perhaps not through treasure but more through experiences and photo shots. So here’s to tracing the footsteps (or peg steps!) of history by outlining a few treasures of pirateyness left unplundered around the world.

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