Coastal waters are spectacular in their coloration, especially from a few 1000 feet above. Leaving Cancun International Airport (CUN), we followed the shoreline past the strip of hotels and resorts and up the Yucatan.
Speed boats create white ribbons as they ...Read More
One of my mom's favorite day trips while she was visiting me in the Dominican Republic was Laguna Gri-Gri in the small town of Rio San Juan about two hours east of Puerto Plata. We boarded a small wide boat with a captain and the first ...Read More
It might have been the tarantula in the shower, or maybe the frequent power outages during the most inconvenient times of the day. Or maybe it was the 4 days it took to replace the entire plumbing because you really ...Read More
Recently, I was asked Why do I like scuba diving? It seems like an easy question to answer, but I was seriously lost for words.
Scuba diving is such an all-consuming experience. It allows me to enter a whole other world, ...Read More
Fifteen years ago, Cozumel’s San Miguel was a street with a bar scene and a few scattered hotels. The one road around the island was pocked with potholes and hidden beaches.
Today, San Miguel is an exuberant tourist mecca filled with chain ...Read More