Castillo San Filepe del Morro, or El Morro, is the Spanish colonial fort built on the tip of San Juan harbor. Built in the 16th century, it’s now open to the public as a National Park. When Logan and I found ourselves with an extra hour in San Juan, we headed straight up to El… Read More San Juan’s National Park: El Morro
Sometimes, cities just have a hold over you. Maybe it’s the locale, maybe it’s the food, maybe it’s the attitude you bring to your visit. But sometimes a city sucks you in and you fall in love. San Juan was that for me.
One of the fun things about cruises is that you get to see several locations with travel already provided. You don’t have to bother with a different hotel for every location. They’re not a great way to get a full experience of a place, but it’s good to get a taste of several fun locales.… Read More Free things to do in Nassau, Bahamas
As we got ready to get off our cruise ship in at St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands, I was struck by the irony of what we were about to do: get off a boat at an island to spend the day on another boat and go to another island. And yet, it was… Read More Catamaran adventures in the U.S. Virgin Islands
In August, Logan and I had the chance to sneak away for vacation. After a chaotic summer we knew we needed something that would let us rest and have fun without a huge amount of forward planning. Last year we’d done a cruise with Carnival — gotten an incredible deal to boot — so that seemed like… Read More Cruising on the Carnival Valor