San Juan, the capital, melds the bustle of a large American city with the grace of its Spanish heritage along with colorful Caribbean touches. It has its share – and more – of shops, restaurants, bars and night clubs. Plus, its environmental diversity is echoed throughout Puerto Rico, a destination which many people visit in search of sun, sand and sipping rum drinks. But as anyone familiar with the island knows, there’s more – a lot more – to enjoy.
Most people coming to Nevis envision living by the following five rules: 1. Pack several books. 2. Take a deep breath, exhale, relax. 3. Order a rum drink. 4. Try to forget what’s happening in the rest of the world. 5. Repeat. But, be open to my own Rule No. 6. Be prepared to have a hell of a lot of fun!
Ah! Curacao. Their bodies were sleek and graceful, their skin soft to the touch, their demeanor welcoming even if a bit skeptical. They were more used to this than I was. My dolphin snorkeling companions and I swam together through crystal waters.
This Rooms to Explore feature focuses upon places to stay throughout the country and the world that become part of a visit to a destination. This segment features Kura Hulanda in Curacao. These are hotels, inns and other accommodations that help to bring the local history, culture and lifestyle alive in a very meaningful way […]
There is more to Cozumel that partying. Discover Mayan ruins and sleepy Caribbean beaches.