Today was our last day on the 7-night Caribbean cruise with Celebrity Silhouette. We spent the day at sea, sailing from Grand Cayman Island back to Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
Our friends went to explore Grand Cayman Island on rented scooters while Mr. A and I decided to take it slow and just do our own thing. We ended up have a total déjà vu moment on the island…
It’s early in the morning and we just got back to the port of Miami. It’s still dark outside and Mr. A is sleeping.
On the last day of a cruise, I like to walk around the ship and take photos. I’ll walk up and down all the stairs of the ship and through the decks and photograph the restaurants, common areas, pool area, etc.
FOOD! Food is definitely one of the most important part of our vacation and traveling on a cruise ship is no different. We love food and we love good food (and it shows!).
This is my 3rd visit to Aruba – the happy island.
Bonaire turned out to be an incredibly interesting place to visit. The island is a municipality of the Netherlands, but oddly enough they only use USD as the island’s currency.
It was really hot and sunny in Willemstad, Curacao today.
It’s day 4 of our 9-night South Caribbean Cruise and we’re at sea. We left Labadee, Haiti and are sailing further south towards the ABC Islands – Aruba, Bonaire & Curaçao.
Today we arrived in Labadee, Haiti which is the 1st port of call on our cruise on board Royal Caribbean’s Navigator of the Seas. We’re on a 9-night South Caribbean cruise visiting Haiti, Curaçao, Bonaire and Aruba – 4 ports of call and 5 days at sea.