If you ever get the chance to go on a cruise in the Caribbean, do it! It’s one of the most relaxing experiences I’ve had.

The lulling movement of the ship, entirely surrounded by the big blue, stopping every other day on a new island. It’s wonderful. So wonderful, it’s hard to put in words. So I’ll share pictures (:


One of our first stops was on the Cayman Islands. We docked, scrambled onto land just to get in another boat and zoom out to a sand bar in the middle of the islands. There, we swam with stingrays and dolphins.



Maybe even stealing a kiss or two…

Star fishing (or collecting) is quite popular amongst the locals there.

caribbean-starfishing      caribbean-starfish

Back on land, I found a redheaded pirate friend! The only redheads on the island…caribbean-redhead-pirate

And found some roaming parrots.


Cozumel was the other place we stopped. Beautiful and peaceful. While most of the people on the cruise boat stayed in the overcrowded, over-rated beach closest to the boat, a few of us hopped on a bus and found a more quite and private location.

caribbean-cozumel      Cafe on the Beach

And the locals were quite adorable if I say so myself.


It was the life…


Mary Jane xx

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