Category Archives: RTW Travel

Travel theme: Possibility

“You and I are essentially infinite choice-makers. In every moment of our existence, we are in that field of all possibilities where we have access to an infinity of choices.” – Deepak Chopra Children on lunch break at Montego Bay, Jamaica … Continue reading

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Why you should visit Capo Caccia {Sardinia}

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Let’s get lost in the mysterious Capo Caccia – a few kilometers north of Alghero with underground caves discovered in the 1700’s by local fisherman. The most famous cave being the Grotta di Nettuno or…

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Foreshadow

A Caribbean storm over Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman. This is one of my favourite photos I took while living in Grand Cayman this past winter. I had a fabulous time watching this storm move in and even got a little … Continue reading

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Travel Theme: Tilted in Jamaica

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We spent two rainy weeks touring most of Jamaica, and here are a few tilted photos from those wet days. Want to see more tilted photos from around the world? Head on over to Ailsa’s blog Where’s my backpack for … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Companionable

This weeks photo challenge from WordPress is a little, um, difficult. Companionable? Like, really? Are there not enough cute kitten and puppy pictures out there? The photo Gods want more? Must I really succumb to the challenge and post a … Continue reading

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The Flow of YS Falls – Jamaica

Stepping outside of Sardinia for this photo challenge, I find myself at … YS Falls, St. Elizabeth, Jamaica This 7 tiered flow of water is nestled within a secluded valley in Jamaica’s ‘breadbasket’ parish – St. Elizabeth. YS Falls is … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Curves

Heritage Park, Priory, St. Ann’s Bay, Jamaica Inside the curve of an ancient rum barrel. This is my response to the Weekly Photo Challenge: Curves

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Stefano Cucca – the Sardinian man who left his home to bicycle around the world

On June 8th, 2013, 34-year-old Stefano Cucca left his home in Sorso, Sardinia to bicycle around the world to promote sustainable, eco-friendly lifestyles. Thus far, Stefano has ridden 30,000 kilometers and he hasn’t left Sardinia, yet. The idea for this project came … Continue reading

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A rum tour from Jamaica’s Appleton Estate

The Appleton Estate distillery is located in the picturesque Nassau Valley in the parish of St. Elizabeth. They have been distilling rum for 260 years with the age-old process of time and patience. We spent a wonderful morning there, having … Continue reading

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Travel Theme: Peaceful

Alligator Pond is small fishing village on the southwestern coast of Jamaica and we spent a few peaceful hours walking the beach. We will be taking a small detour through Jamaica for the next few posts as I get over … Continue reading

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