2023 Winter Caribbean Cruise Intentions

“The traveler sees what he sees. The tourist sees what has come to see.” (G.K.Chesterton)

When my wife Ruth and I explore freely on cruise vacations, we typically do not pre- program ourselves to follow the crowd off the boat according to cruise director site recommendations Those popular tourist spots can wait. Thus we allow ourselves to explore without boundaries and then see more in depth what the journey has to offer.

So during our upcoming cruise to the Eastern Caribbean region, for the next 14 days I’ve decided to focus more mindfully on some contrasting themes of a photographic quality for each of the destinations we visit along the way. Brief written explanations of such visual impressions that I experience on land and at sea will also accompany my blog postings during this time. Observe my following plan below. Bon Voyage 

Radiating Fast Yang Energy vs. Slow Yin Energy (St. Kitts)

Rising Above vs. Going Below (Barbados)

Making One Cry vs. Causing A Laugh (Trinidad)

Experiencing Old Times vs. New Times (St. Thomas)

Showing Narrowness vs. Broadness Of Space (Fort Lauderdale)

Exhibiting Wasteful vs.Conservation Of Our Earth (Curaçao)

Feeling Safe vs.In Danger (Aruba)

Acting Wild vs.Tame (Dominica)

Exhibiting Balance vs.Imbalance (Martinique)

15 thoughts on “2023 Winter Caribbean Cruise Intentions

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  1. Going on a cruise to Eastern Caribbean where you can experience soft sandy beaches, warm winds blowing through palm trees and crystal-clear waters stretching as far as the eye can see sounds like a fun trip. Can’t wait to read all about it. Safe travels 🙂 Aiva xx


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