Cozumel: Tico & Taco Takes Mexico

There are certain moments in life that cannot be capture in photos or even put into words – Cozumel Mexico is one of them! I had my hang ups about Mexico in general. I’ve always had intentions of going at some point, but the interest was very minimal. However, rest assure that all reservations have

Bahamas: Enchantment of the Seas

I’d like to think of myself as a creative person. My mind is very worldly and traveling at a young age has allowed that aspect of me to broaden even further. I am proud to say that my goal of traveling to 25 different countries by the age of 25 is now complete. This trip

Labadee, Haiti: A Caribbean Oasis

Poverty, sickness, and devastation are a few words that some use to describe Haiti. For as long as I can remember, Haiti has been a place that succumbs to neglect, except under extreme circumstances. But as the saying goes, “To travel is to discover that everyone is wrong about other countries.” THE LABADEE PENINSULA Labadee, another

Dunns River Falls: Jamaica

“The road of life is rocky and you may stumble too. So while you point your fingers someone else is judging you. Could you be – could you be – could you be loved? Bob Marley said it best, “One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.” Twenty plus years

Grand Cayman: Seven Mile Beach

It doesn’t matter where you go in life, as long as you go to the beach. After all, the cure for anything is salt water, sweat, tears, or the sea! Traveling will continue to bring new adventures, relaxation, and of course, a new tan. For years I’ve fought the long battle between ‘beach” or “adventure.” Would I

Martinique Island

A slightly sun burnt face, sand between my toes, and the smell of the ocean as the intense summer’s heat dances around me, I quickly realized these are the sensations of life that I adore. The sea is calm, the sand a bit disheveled, and the breeze is friendly on what seems to be windless day… this is truly a