Costa Maya, Mexico was our last cruise destination. We were supposed to go see Chacchoben Mayan ruins, but I was already too sick to go on another hike. Kepi and I decided to spend our time at the beach of Majahual. The one thing I like about Majahual is that it wasn't crowded and there … Continue reading Mexico: Fishing Village Of Majahual
It was cold, at times gloomy and rainy, a typical November in London. This trip was in 2015, but I haven't found the time to post these photos because life has always other scheduled plans. This was my second trip to London, and the first for Kepi and my parents. There was much excitement to … Continue reading United Kingdom: Lovely London
We took Roatan at a slower and relaxing pace. We didn't do any tours but decided to explore the town on our own. We walked around, breathe in the vibe of the town, shopped a little, had lunch at a Filipino restaurant there, met some locals and settled in at the pier to watch the … Continue reading Honduras: Relaxing Roatan
I've always wanted to visit Belize, so even with the cough and the sniffles, I was so excited when we I finally stepped on this beautiful island. This is such a late post because our trip to Belize took place in April 2016, but Lamanai certainly left me wanting to go back and wanting to … Continue reading Belize: Walking The Lamanai Mayan Ruins
It was humid, hot and rainy when we landed in Costa Rica! For a long time, Costa Rica is one of the places on my travel list. So when we finally stepped on Costa Rican soil, even though I was running a slight fever and couldn't stop sniffling, I was quite elated and I couldn't … Continue reading Costa Rica: Tortuguero Canals
First of all, we apologize for the long silence. Kepi had surgery to take care of his brain tumors. The biggest one was surgically removed, but there are two small ones left behind. It's another emotional roller coaster for us, and the preparation and surgery after care surgery took most of our time. Anyway, we … Continue reading Panama: Isla Embera
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.