Taking photos of people while traveling can be uncomfortable for some, myself included. Here’s how I’m going to improve my travel photography doing this.
Kayak Hawaii’s only navigable river, Kauai’s Wailua River, then beach your kayaks and hike to Uluwehi Falls, also known as Secret Falls.
Here’s a summary of my much-anticipated return to sailing, taking a nice easy stroll through the southern Windward islands.
Imagine a dark, mysterious river flowing through a Caribbean jungle. Like something out of a movie. Chances are the Indian River is what you’re thinking of.
The Old Hegg Turtle Sanctuary in Bequia is criticized for some of its practices. But there’s no doubt turtles have more of a chance here than in the wild.
I had no idea the historical background of the Carriacou Carnival – this colorful festival is full of history – here is some of it with photos!
What image comes to mind when you hear “desert island?” I’m willing to bet it looks a lot like Carriacou’s Sandy Island. Make a great day out of it!
One of the staples in Grenada is the Friday fish fry that takes place in Gouyave, the fishing center of the island. Great food, drinks, and steel bands!
My rental car plans fell through so I bit the bullet and joined a Grenada bus tour with some other sailors. I’m sure glad I did it this way instead!
The earliest, most well-preserved colonial fortress in the New World is on the island of St. Kitts. Brimstone Hill is not to miss.