Kepi and I just got back from our trip to Hawai'i. Although jet lag is kicking our butts right now, we certainly had a wonderful two-week trip. This is an unedited, unfiltered photo of the beautiful Waimea Valley. Linking with Skywatch.
It was a beautiful, sunny, spring day when we visited the Arlington National Cemetery. The sky was blue, the Cherry Blossoms were in full bloom and the sun was bright and warm. We took the DC Metro from Shady Grove to Arlington. Mom wanted to see the final resting place of former President Kennedy and … Continue reading Virginia: Arlington National Cemetery
The sun is setting in a burnt orange sky; the cliffs are black silhouettes; the sea, liquid silver. ― Bentley, The Silver Tattoo Linking with Wordless Wednesday and Travel Tuesday.
After Cartagena, our second port of call was Panama. My cold was getting worse at that time but the idea of seeing the Panama Canal made me feel giddy and well enough to wake up early the next day to witness our cruise ship cross the Canal itself. I thought that finally I can cross … Continue reading Panama: Gatun Locks
Last year (between March and April 2016), we took a Panama Canal Cruise. We prefer to plan our travels but since this is the Panama Canal, we've decided that a cruise would be the best way to see this man-made engineering marvel. From Maryland, we flew to Miami and went straight to the Port of … Continue reading Colombia: Cartagena
Have you seen these Islands, Have you seen the beauty of this land, Have you seen it's people, Brothers, sisters walking hand in hand. Have you seen the ocean, Miles and miles of crystal deep blue sea, Can you smell the flowers, Fill the air with fragrances for free, This is aloha... This land of … Continue reading Hawai’i: O’ahu