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St. Maarten was not only the name of our plane but also, a really interesting place :) Today, I will show you some of the inhabitants of the local zoo, situated on the  Dutch side of the island. The zoo is small but very cute. An hour is plenty of time to walk around and see...
St. Martin  is not only known for the airplanes that fly low over the beaches, but also the magnificent Caribbean Sea, with dozens of different beaches. We visited a few. Today, I'll show you the beaches that I managed to photograph in those rare moments when I did not take photos of the...
Visiting the city of Belize requires security. Arriving from the liner   Carnival Glory, guests are accompanied by police trucks and armed officers. Visitors are brought to the coast on smaller boats:   The city of Maya  Altun Ha  with armed protectors:...
Miami  is the largest city and resort capital of Florida. About 22 miles (37 km) away from Miami is the "cruise capital" of the  Caribbean region and the southern United States -  Fort Lauderdale . Hundreds of ships start their journey in Fort Lauderdale. The morning...
Mexico. The Mexican island  Cozumel  is located close to the southeast coast of the Yucatan Peninsula.  Cozumel  was previously almost uninhabited but in recent years the island has become a haven for many Caribbean cruise liners, leading to the island to quickly...
One week holidays pass very quickly and now our cruise liner returns back to the  port of Ft. Lauderdale from which the voyage began. It is wise to unload early in the morning, as there will be long lines everywhere; the customs office, the airport, etc. Early morning in ...
This post contains all the pictures of vessels that i captured from my trip to the  port of Fort Lauderdale . We met this expensive catamaran at the port's exit: There are many berths in the port - about eight. Each vessel must be docked in a separate berth because of the different zones...
I had the opportunity to take another cruise on the  Celebrity Silhouette liner.  After a morning in New York, with a temperature of 41 degrees F (5 degrees C), it was really nice to look at such view through my window a few hours later. A couple of pictures of the surroundings...
The second part of the small photo report about our trip to the Jamaican port town of  Falmouth. After the beach and quite a strong burning in the sun, I realized that I had enough and returned to the ship. Actually, after returning to the port, I took photos of the mainland where the...
The historical town of  Falmouth  was the next stopover of our cruise: Early morning met us with good weather. It was thought that the day would be good too. Royal Caribbean liner moored next to us. The country's flag, in which the liner is at the moment, hangs out at...
The port on  Cozumel  island. The liner shown below is the  Celebrity Silhouette: Nine ropes hold the fore of the ship and the same number of ropes hold the back of the ship. The reasons is because the port is not equipped with special structures to protect against...
So, we returned onboard the " ADVENTURE of the SEAS ". The liner that was next to ours had already sailed away. We departed at 5.30 p.m. The  island of St. Thomas  was left behind. And we went to have dinner. The menu was the same as the previous liner ...
We came to the beach near  Ocean Park . You can see the aquarium from the beach. Wonderful shady beach. There were detached stones in the water on the right side. There were so many fish! Bright like in an aquarium!  People crowded near those stones with masks and snorkels....
At 2.30 p.m., we fed the stingrays in the outdoor pool. Everyone has the chance to participate! Those who wanted to were given pieces of fish.  There were not many people. Stingrays hid in the shadows. It turns out they tan in the sun. And being tanned means they are easily spotted by...
At 2 p.m. in  Coral World Ocean Park  , there was a show performed by sea lions.  There were aquariums in the pavilion where the entertainment takes place. What a moray! The aquariums showed what happens at the bottom of the sea as a result of human activity... And...
At 1.30 p.m. the fish were fed at the Coral World Ocean Park, in a usual, artificial aquarium. In the real aquarium, standing on the coral reef, the water was more turbid. Plants swayed in the waves and the fish were not as brightly colored. After all, it was the sea!   In the...
Time in the  Ocean Park  was organized in such way so that you could see everything. 12.40 p.m. - feeding the fish on the real coral reef. What we have seen. 1 p.m. - feeding the sharks in the outdoor pool. 1.30 p.m. - feeding the fish in the artificial aquarium. 2 p.m. -...
After the tour ended we were taken back to the port. It was 12 p.m. We were set to leave at 5.30 p.m. We went to Ocean Park . There you can touch sharks, feed stingrays and watch begging iguanas walk around. Just like our cats! But we saw everything one after another. As usual! We noticed an...
The next stop was Mountain Top. Can you see how many buses there are? You know why? There was a great shop there. Near the entrance to the shop. If you go through the shop, you’ll see Magens Bay beach from the viewpoint.  Going down. Going further. We headed inside the...
We gathered at 8.45 a.m. and then went on a sightseeing tour. The tour lasted till 12 p.m. Once the rain stopped, we boarded the bus.  Second part of the liner ( Adventure of the Seas ). This isn't the shuttle we used! Let's go! Cars on  St. Thomas island  drive...
The  island of St. Thomas is located in the US Virgin Islands, which were discovered by Columbus in 1493.  St. Thomas was owned by England, Spain, France and Denmark. And in 1917 the island was bought by the USA for $25 million.  The island’s inhabitants have American...
The first part about  St. Thomas  can be found here: " St. Thomas, US Virgin islands p.1 ". The entire group moved to the reef to look at fish underwater, and I decided just to swim without a life jacket: The sun came out and the landscape transformed :) Ha-ha,...
The port Barbados. The liner in the distance is Brilliance of the Seas. To the other side. White sand, clean warm water. A lot of smaller boats crowd the shore: Sailing towards the liner on a large taxi for 3 Euros per person. The gift shop: Walking along the harbor...
Bridgetown is the capital of  Barbados . Below is one of the ports on the island. Queen’s Park is home to thousand-year-old  baobab trees: The park is quite modest. The main attraction are the baobab trees: Local inhabitant. Then we go to the city center. Trafalgar...

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