Andros, worth the trek.
It was almost spiritual out on the lake. The water was calm, the night chorus of the birds settling down for the night, and then...silence. Pure tranquility. With Venus shining brightly.
I finally got to Café Paradiso in Cork City. It was worth waiting for.
As we arrived at the port in Fort Lauderdale the sheer size of the ship, The Oasis of the Seas, was pretty overwhelming. Check-in was a good indication as to how the rest of the trip would be. Staff were efficient,... Continue Reading →
I could say we saved the best till last but honestly, it's really difficult to say which was my favourite destination. If you've been reading this Clog (Cruise Blog) you'll know we've been to Labadee in Haiti and Jamaica in... Continue Reading →
We docked in the Port of Falmouth in Jamaica on day 4 of the Caribbean cruise where we were met by Richard Walsh, our guide for the day. Almost sounds Irish but he was Jamaican, the real deal. He began every... Continue Reading →
It's day 4 onboard the Oasis of the Seas. We set sail from Fort Lauderdale on Saturday and docked at our first port of call yesterday in Labadee, Haiti which is an Island owned by Royal Caribbean. It's beautiful and very hot. Labadee is on... Continue Reading →
Have just spent two great days in Miami en-route to Fort Lauderdale where tomorrow, we'll board the Royal Caribbean ship Oasis of the Seas for an 8 day cruise in the Western Caribbean. As the flight landed in Miami from London, it... Continue Reading →
Gort na Nain in Nohoval Co. Cork, Ireland. A hidden treasure.