Greetings! How is everyone? My goodness, can you all believe there are only 14 days until Christmas? How the days do fly by.
Friends, today I would like to share something a little different with you. The day after Thanksgiving, Mr. C and I along with his parents, took a Holland America cruise to the Eastern Caribbean. It was a new experience for me on two counts. First, because I had never been on a cruise. Second, because I had never traveled farther south than Houston, Texas or the Florida Panhandle.
Our journey began in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida where we embarked on our seven-day sea adventure. We sailed first to Turks & Caicos, then to San Juan, Puerto Rico, to St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, and finally, to the Bahamas where we spent a day on the cruise line’s gorgeous private island, Half Moon Cay. Then it was back to port in Florida, another great vacation in the books.
One of the greatest highlights from our trip was our stop in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. I had done a little research beforehand and knew that if I only had time to see one thing while I was there that it would be the 16th century fort, Castillo de San Felipe del Morro (or simply, El Morro). After all, you guys know I’d never let a good castle go to waste!