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  • Bermuda

    Hi Su–the Bermuda cruise was great and we are already planning on another in the future.  Thanks for all your work and the room arrangement was perfect.  Thanks again. ~Pat    Virginia

  • African Sunrise

    It happens sometimes when you travel across time zones that you take a while to settle into the time change.  That can mean waking or sleeping at times not usual to you and in turn hearing or seeing things that you would normally not experience.  I woke sometime during the night and lay listening to. . . Read More

  • Homecoming

    After nights of sleepless excitement we have finally arrived!  We are back in Zimbabwe – our home land – as visitors.  How strange it all looks and yet how familiar. Our son was there waiting for us at Harare International Airport, the plane was early, all our luggage arrived and accounted for, the immigration and. . . Read More

  • St Martin in the Fields

    I love classical music!  And whenever I hear a piece introduced which includes the words “St Martin in the Fields”, I am immediately transported to London, England.  St Martin in the Fields is a church and famous for its contribution to the world of classical music lovers.  This landmark church in London has been holding. . . Read More

  • Jamaican Sandals Royal Caribbean

    Our exploring over for the while, we returned the car to the depot at the airport and met up with the Sandals Representative in the luxurious private lounge in the arrivals hall.  Our luggage was tagged and taken away while we were offered an ice-cold drink and then escorted to our mini-van. We traveled with. . . Read More

  • Jamaican Island Exploration

    The afternoon rain storms seem to have set in over the west and so we drove in the opposite direction with little other agenda than that of exploring.  We followed the coastal highway east from Mo’ Bay towards Ochos Rios.  We discovered much of the countryside to be so familiar to that of parts of. . . Read More

  • St Lucia honeymoon 2010

    ST LUCIA HONEYMOON 2010 Su, sadly we are back home. We had the most amazing time at Sandals La Toc and look forward to some day going back. We need to get the pictures printed and would love to share them with you. Thank you so much for all your help. Katherine and Michael NC

  • Jamaica B&B

    It was easy to follow the directions to our bed and breakfast guest house, although a little disconcerting.  Once we ventured off the main highway through the port city of Montego Bay and on to the small back roads, it was hard to decide if the dirt was interrupted with asphalt or asphalt liberally sprinkled. . . Read More

  • Fall in Franschoek

    There were originally two very distinctive European influences on this most southern tip of Africa, the Cape, both brought through the Dutch East India Company.  The sailing ships trading exotic spices and goods brought from the Far East and India needed a safe harbor and fresh food and water on their long journey to and. . . Read More

  • Jamaican Jottings – intro to the “eyeland”

    Ridiculous to assume and yet we all seem to!  We go on pre-conceived notions that are simply just not true or at the very most – have only a particle of truth.  Take Africa for example.  How many times have you heard someone say “Africa” and “jungle” in the same breath?  Well, yes, there is. . . Read More