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5 Amazing Winter Destinations in Central America

With winter already in full swing in Canada, I’m dreaming of escaping to a tropical paradise. Central America is one of my favorite parts of the world to travel this time of year, since it’s relatively close to North America, affordable to fly and travel within, and has a lovely warm and dry climate. If you’re looking for a place to escape this winter, get inspired with these five amazing destinations in Central America.

Caye Caulker, Belize

If you want a place to chill out and relax then head to the charming island of Caye Caulker, just an hour and a half boat ride from Belize city. The motto of this island is ‘go slow’, and the locals actually enforce it. 

Caye Caulker is a very small island, so once you get off the boat you can walk anywhere you need to go. The atmosphere of the island is relaxed and friendly, making it easy to meet locals and other travelers. The Lazy Lizard is one of the most popular spots in town to hang out. It offers unique seating arrangements where you can drink and eat while still being in the water.

Caye Caulker is an excellent destination for diving and snorkeling, with access to the second-largest barrier reef in the world. The most famous dive site is the Blue Hole, but there are plenty of other beautiful coral reefs around to explore such as Half Moon Caye Wall. With such a welcoming atmosphere and access to incredible marine life, Caye Caulker is one of the best tropical islands in the world.

Santa Teresa, Costa Rica

Costa Rica is a country full of beautiful beaches with access to the Pacific Ocean on one side and the Caribbean Sea on the other. Each beach town has its own unique atmosphere, but one that should be on your Costa Rica itinerary is Santa Teresa on the Nicoya Peninsula. 

Santa Teresa is the perfect place for surfers and yogis. The waves on Santa Teresa beach are consistent and perfect for beginners learning to surf, with lessons readily available in the area. Even if you don’t surf, Santa Teresa still has a lot to offer including yoga classes, horseback riding, and some of the prettiest sunsets in Central America. The sun sets directly over the ocean, and every night the beach has a wonderful atmosphere of locals and travelers gathered to watch it go down. 

Utila, Honduras

 

 

For a dive focused vacation, head to the wonderful island of Utila. This small 12-square-mile island off the coast of mainland Honduras is a diver’s paradise. Utila borders on the Mesoamerican barrier reef system, the 2nd largest reef in the world after the Australian Great Barrier Reef. It has over 100 different world-class dive sites to choose from where you can see colorful reefs, caves and wrecks, and hundreds of species of fish including whale sharks.  It also happens to be one of the cheapest places in the world to get your diving certification. 

Honduras is a country that’s often overlooked because of its dangerous reputation, but the bay island area, including Utila, is perfectly safe to visit.  Locals will say there are two things to do in Utila: dive and party. In my experience, that’s pretty accurate, but I loved every second of my time there. The island is made up of dive shops and bars, but everyone who lives in Utila is friendly and down to earth. From beach clean-ups to all-night parties, the town has a great vibe about it. 

San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua

If you’re looking for beach, surf, and parties, it doesn’t get better than San Juan del Sur in Nicaragua. San Juan is most famous for being home to Central America’s biggest pool party, Sunday Funday. It happens every Sunday of the week, and a ticket gets you entrance into five different pool parties plus transportation between them. 

Even when it’s not Sunday, San Juan Del Sur has a lot to offer visitors with so much beautiful nature around.  For the best views, take a short 20-minute hike up to the Jesus Statue where you can see San Juan del Sur Bay below. Afterward, reward yourself at one of the San Juans many delicious taco shops.

There is a beach you can visit right on San Juan Del Sur Bay, but there are nicer ones not far away. Grab a shuttle to nearby Playa Hermosa, which has beautiful white sand and a shaded hammock area to relax in. San Juan del Sur is just half an hour away from the Costa Rica border, so it’s the perfect place to stop if you traveling between the two countries.

San Blas Islands, Panama

When I think about a perfect tropical paradise, the San Blas Islands are what come to mind. This stunning archipelago is located in Central America between Panama and Colombia, surrounded by the beautiful Caribbean Sea.  It’s made up of approximately 365 islands and cays, of which only 49 are inhabited by the indigenous Kuna people. 

When you reach the islands, it will be just your crew and the belongings you have brought. With no cell phone reception or wifi, days are spent relaxing on the beach, drinking fresh coconuts, or snorkeling in the nearby water. If you want a complete escape from reality, the San Blas Islands are the perfect place to go.

Winter is an ideal time to visit the San Blas Islands, as this is during the dry season when the seas are calm. The best way to visit the islands is to take a tour from Panama City. This can be done as a two-day overnight trip where you sleep on the islands, or as a 4-day island-hopping adventure that ends in Colombia.

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Seychelles: A Peek Into The Heavenly Islands

Seychelles, this archipelago of 115 islands is a dream destination for any traveler. Being home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, Seychelles is considered as a perfect honeymoon gateway.

However it has a lot more to offer than meets the eye, including some perfect adventurous activities, the nature reserve of the heaviest seed in the world and the only country having the giant tortoises of Aldabra. 

Out of the 115 islands, only three islands in the archipelago are inhabited by the humans. Seychelles has an abundance of amazing marine life and perfect diving spots can be located on the islands.

Mahe Island

The capital city of Seychelles, Mahe Island is one of the smallest capital cities in the world and is home to almost 60 beaches. Seychelles Sea has crystal clear water with a beautiful blend of turquoise and white color, making Seychelles beaches very mesmerizing.

Beau Vallon, Grand Anse and Royale Anse are some of the most visited beaches on the island. There are three hiking trails on the island which rewards the hikers with spectacular views around. The Victoria market is a must-visit on Mahe Island.

Praslin

Praslin Island is the second-largest island in the archipelago and is home to the nature reserve of Coco de Mer, Valle de Mer, which is the largest seed in the world. Praslin is easily accessible from Mahe Island through an hour ferry ride. Beaches in Praslin are less crowded and prettier with Anse Georgette, Grand Anse and Anse Lazio being three of the best beaches on the island.

La Digue

If one wishes to go back in time, there isn’t a perfect place than La Digue Island. Home to the most photographed beach in the world, Anse Source D’Argent, La Digue Island is tranquil and surreal. Its beaches are mesmerizing which are guarded by giant boulders. There are no motor cars on the island and cycles and trucks are used to commute. The giant tortoises of Aldabra atoll are endemic to the La Digue island in Seychelles and can be found roaming around freely. One of the must-do activity in La Digue is to feed these beautiful creatures.


Not as popular as the Maldives, Seychelles islands are straight from heaven. Generally considered as a destination to enjoy only beaches, Seychelles can make anybody fall in love with itself.

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An Insider’s Guide To Oahu, Hawaii

An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii

Name a tropical holiday destination more iconic than Hawaii. Oahu, the capital of the Hawaiian islands, welcomed me with such warmth and loveliness. It’s hard to imagine a better place to recuperate! Upon landing, I knew I was ready to dive deep into the relaxed lifestyle the islands are most known for. But to my surprise, my time in Oahu showed me a different side to the iconic Hawaiian vacation we’re all familiar with. Certainly its beloved beaches are gorgeous, but in my short time exploring I discovered Oahu’s excellent food scene influenced from both east and west (Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Filippino and Thai), nature trails, historic culture, street art, boutique hotels and more. Today, I’m excited to share an insider’s guide to Oahu, Hawaii.

But to my surprise, my time in Oahu showed me a different side to the iconic Hawaiian vacation we’re all familiar with. Certainly its beloved beaches are gorgeous, but in my short time exploring I discovered Oahu’s excellent food scene influenced from both east and west (Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Filippino and Thai), nature trails, historic culture, street art, boutique hotels and more. Today, I’m excited to share an insider’s guide to Oahu, Hawaii.

An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii

What To Do

Unlike the unspoiled smaller Hawaii islands, Oahu’s positioning is the perfect place to kick back while also getting the perks of a larger city. (As a New Yorker, you know I loved that!) The easiest way from the airport to the city center is through Speedi Shuttle. So often, when I get to a more remote, tropical location – it feels completely disconnected from modern conveniences. This is definitely not the case here! Here are some of the must-do activities I’d recommend first timer’s experience when exploring Oahu!

An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii

Take A Helicopter Tour

To get a completely new perspective of the island, take the Complete Island Oahu helicopter tour with Blue Hawaiian Helicopters. I loved seeing the epic landscapes unfurl below! It’s a total bucket list experience.

An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii

Book A Sunrise Photo Walk

Wake up for sunrise and join Oahu Photo Tours for a full day tour around the island, catching some of the most photogenic spots. There’s nothing like the crisp air of a new day and seeing the most loved spots of the island before the crowds settle in.

An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii

Baydo-In Temple

The Baydo-In Temple is a non-denominational temple nestled at the ​​​​​​​base of the Ko’olau Mountains in Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Come for a meditative walk around its gorgeous koi ponds and some simple, solitary moments enjoying its endless beauty.

An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii

Waikiki Aquarium

The Waikiki Aquarium on the end of the Waikiki Trolley line is one of the most popular tourist attractions to do! It’s actually perfectly situated next to a living coral reef, too.

An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii

Walk Along Kalakaua Ave

Kalakaua Avenue is where you’ll find tons of cool, boutiques, shops and malls edging right up to the beach. It’s a shopper’s Hawaiian paradise!

An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii

Kapi’olani Farmer’s Market

If you’ll be in Oahu during on a Saturday (or a Tuesday), check out the Kapi’olani Farmer’s Market! Hawaii’s agricultural industry has really zeroed in on the benefits of locally sourced foods – this is the place to try some of the freshest foods, local honey, coffee, fruits and flower bouquets!

Snorkle at Hanauma Bay

What’s a Hawaiian vacation without snorkling? Even if you’re not the most proficient swimmer, I’d highly recommend taking a dip and seeing the colorful, tropical fishes in Hanauma Bay. It’s so spectacularly beautiful!

An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii

Dole Plantation

Although it may be a bit touristy, the Dole Plantation is a must-do! The pineapple soft serve and everything else pinapple that you can imagine is lifechanging. Guinness calls it the world’s largest maze, and I couldn’t agree more. It’s a massive space! The plantation itself is beautful and you can take an express train to explore it. 

An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii

Visit the Brooklyn of Oahu, Kaka’ako

This hip, up and coming neighborhood has a ton of street art murals. I loved soaking in all the unique art! Plus, this neighborhood is home to Paiko and the popular Avocado Toast Aussie cafe, Arvo. 

An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii

Hike Diamond Head – Sandy Beach

Escape the crowded shores and head to Diamond Head, around the bend from Hanauma Bay and the Blowhole (a favorite of Pres Obama!). ​​​​​​​The south facing views are simply stunning.

Where To Eat

With a dynamic range of cultural influences, Oahu’s food scene is incredible. You’ll find flavors from all parts of the world, fresh fruits and drinks in incredibly designed spaces. Here are some of my favorite foodie discoveries in the city!

Waikiki​​​​​​​

Beachhouse at the Moana

If you’re looking for an ocean front view with noshing on fresh seafood, look no further. Kona Lobster bisque, amazing Ahi tuna? Count me in!

An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii

Duke’s

This is a fun spot for drinks! The atmosphere is super lively on the beach. I’d imagine it would be a great spot to hang out with a gaggle of girlfriends over great cocktails!

Mahina & Suns

Located in the iconic Surfjack Hotel, Mahina & Suns does home cooking with a twist. All their dishes are inspired by the local food customs and use only the very best, fresh ingredients.

An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii

Steak Shack

Steak Shack is just what it name states – a shack right on a stunning beach that serves the most delicious steak with rice for under $10! Can’t beat it. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii

Waiola Shave Ice

If there’s one place you MUST go in Oahu… it’s Waiola Shave Ice. It’s a MUST. The best shave ice on the island. There’s seriously nothing more refreshing!

An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii

Diamond Head

Ono Seafood

Ono Seafood has the best poke in town! But heads up -they’re closed on Monday and Sunday… so plan accordingly.

Leonard’s

Head over to Leonard’s for an incredible malasadas (Portugese fried doughnut). It’s the perfect treat to start your day with.

An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii

Ars Cafe

This artsy cafe celebrates the art of the local area while also serving up some delicious coffee from around the world, gelato and sweets!

An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii

Where To Stay

I obsess over lodgings that are committed to fun, luxurious or quirky details, while also giving visitors a cozy place to call their own. So, you can imagine my excitement when booking some of the coolest hotels filled with colorful island touches in well connected areas. Hotel Tonight is my go-to resource to find these stellar places, as they always do a great job listing each establishment’s unique qualities – including its architectural beauty or how photogenic the spaces are. (P.S. If you’re a meticulous hotel-lover like me, you can use the code “nyakoub” for $25 off your next stay!)

Surfjack Hotel & Swim Club

A true homage to the Waikiki spirit, the Surfjack Hotel & Swim Club is a vintage-inspired, visionary hotel. From the mid-century architecture and art bedecking the walls, their creative take on a local “swim club” and their perfect location on the island – there’s no aesthetic like it. Each room is totally unique and absolutely vintage inspired, making you feel like you’re inside an episode of Mad Men. Their commitment ​​​​​​​to celebrating artists was an awesome bonus too. I also loved that each evening there was some kind of cool event going on within the space, including movie screenings. It really feels like a space both visitors and locals alike love to meet up in!​​​​​​​

An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii

Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach

The Alohilani Resort is an absolute serene oasis. The design of the interiors and exteriors are pristine, fresh and totally relaxing. Cabanas, shallow water pools, open air lobbies, steps from the shore… heaven, I tell you! There’s a reason it was named after the last queen monarch of the Hawaiian Kingdom. I could totally see honeymooners loving this space to call home for a few days!

Alohilani’s Longboard Club and daily scheduled activities also had me completely smitten. I loved coming to their space to grab a light bite – whether it was for something to get me going in the morning or an afternoon snack – as well as dabbling in their scheduled activities, like sunset yoga, live music, Lei making and exercise classes. Not to mention, the hotel also offers two restaurants by critically acclaimed chef, Morimoto.

An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii
An Insider's Guide To Oahu, Hawaii

Oahu showed me a new side to Hawaii‘s delightful culture… and I’m so grateful for it. I can’t wait to return again soon!

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What Makes This Location A Traveler’s Ideal City to Visit?

When you think of paradise, what comes to mind — palm trees, beaches and seafood galore? It sounds like you just described a traveler’s ideal location, also known as Naples, Florida. As a travel destination, Naples includes something for everyone, whether traveling alone, with girlfriends or family! The amenities in Naples range from the beaches, of course, to fine dining, but also include other indoor and outdoor activities. With a long list of things to do while there, you’ll never wonder what to do next or where to eat.

Let’s look at what makes Naples a traveler’s true dream location.

Food, Food, Food

You will never face a lack of restaurants or food option in Naples — if you crave it, you can find it. The variety ranges from fine dining to trendy food trucks. You can dine on the water or cook your own catch ensuring you eat the freshest fish of the day.

The variety of food places allows you to indulge in several cuisines without traveling too far — once you arrive in Naples, you’ll never want to leave anyway. After a day at the beach, you could pick a different restaurant every night to experiment with the international cuisine options available.

Basking at the Beach From any viewpoint, you’ll see nothing but endless beaches in Naples — a proud boast for what makes Naples one of the happiest places in the US. With its ten miles of beaches, you can spend an entire week testing out new beaches. Your beach bum self will thank you. The North Gulf Shore Beach offers a quieter space, or for a livelier beach environment you can check out the Naples Pier.

Barefoot Beach Preserve and Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park make for great family beaches as they offer several different family amenities and activities. Barefoot Beach Preserve is a great area for younger children with its shallow and calm waters. On the other hand, Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park opens up an opportunity for your family to fish, swim and boat in one general area. Although, going to the beach isn’t the only thing to do in Naples.

Shop ‘til You Drop

Whether souvenir hunting or itching for some good shopping, Naples contains great shopping areas. Tin City Shops, Waterside Shops or the Village Shops on Venetian Bay are popular shopping areas to check out. They house a wide range of trinket and novelty shops to more upscale stores making for great souvenir finds. You can also check out Alvin’s Island and The Blue Muscle.

Art “Galore” Galleries

If hiding out from icky weather or seeking some shade after too many days in the sun, Naples contains a surprisingly large art scene varying from galleries to performing arts centers and museums. You can art hop on that rainy or sunny day when feeling a bit beached out.

Explore different galleries like the Shaw Gallery or the Gardner Colby Gallery, or see a show at The Philharmonic Center for the Arts.

Putt Around the Course If there’s one thing Naples does not lack in, it’s their golf courses. With a total of 90-plus area golf courses to choose from, you can enjoy the sunny scenery as you golf and travel from hole to hole. The diversity of golf courses gives you the ability to select from preferred landscape or difficulty level.

A Line in the Water

For those looking to cast a line, Naples has a ton of places for fishing on either boat or land. There are several piers to

fish off of including the Naples Fishing Pier. You could also opt to set sail on a fishing charter or launch your own boat or rental boat from a designated launch area. Charters offer a range from coastal bay fishing to deep sea fishing depending on the experience you seek. You could choose a relaxing sunset fishing cruise or adrenaline pumping fishing trip of a lifetime.

Get Ready to Pack Your Bags

Naples contains something of interest to all travelers, from rest and beach relaxation to an active day out golfing or shopping. The array of amenities empowers any traveler to explore a bit out of their everyday routine. Join some of the healthiest and happiest

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An Instagrammable Guide To Bermuda

Bermuda is the land of crystal clear waters, sandy, cliffside beaches and pure natural beauty. In the midst of rainy, dreary weather, I was thrilled to team up with Cheap Caribbean, an online travel agency focused on tropical beach vacations, to explore sunny, warm Bermuda with other Dame Travelers in tow on our second Dame Traveler Trip of the year! In between soaking in the delicious warmth and swaying palm trees, the brilliant and genius Jess of The Wondering Dreamer and I took a deep dive into our how-tos travel photography and were able to give our insight and expertise to some absolutely wonderful girls. This deliciously beautiful island nation has plenty of gorgeous vantage points to photograph. But where should a girl start? Jess and I spent a lot of time curating the perfect spots for you to capture some lovely photographs of Bermuda. Here is our Instagrammable guide to Bermuda, its many beaches, outlooks, photogenic alley ways and quiet corners!

An Instagrammable Guide To Bermuda

With two photograph-obsessed leaders like Jess and I creating an itinerary with Cheap Caribbean around Bermuda, it’s easy to see how much fun it is to explore a new place with a camera in tow. Our goal was to give our gal pals the chance to explore the island nation with a photographic eye, while also teaching them how to capture their travels. In between traipsing through sunny Bermuda, we hosted tutorial sessions and photo shoots throughout the trip and even gave the girls a fabulous book of tips for them to keep!

Elbow Beach

If there’s ever been a perfect setting to watch a stunning sunset, it might be right on Elbow Beach. The girls, Jess and I had so much fun savoring the watercolor skies and cotton candy clouds as the sun said goodbye for the day. No better way to end the day.

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Exploring St. George’s

This quaint and charming little town is filled with so many gems! Wandering down the narrow streets of St. George is a feast for the eyes – so many textures, colors and sights to see. Be sure to visit St. Peter’s Church and its iconic and photogenic staircase, as well as the many local restaurants and boutiques. We had an absolute ball capturing portraits of each other throughout the city.

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Jobson Cove

Nestled and tucked away, Jobson Cove is the perfect little escape. It’s also incredibly photogenic with the craggy stones that catapult directly into the electric ocean blues. Couldn’t you just imagine Ariel from The Little Mermaid brushing her hair in this cove? It’s oh so dreamy!

An Instagrammable Guide To Bermuda

Horseshoe Bay

Bermuda’s best scenes are those that make you feel close to the power of the ocean. That’s why I loved shooting Horseshoe Bay’s volcanic looking rocks and crystal clear ocean tides. Doesn’t this bay look like a place stuck in time? Maneuvering around these rocks was quite a fete, but absolutely worth it!

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Sunset On Abbotts Cliff

Who doesn’t love a sunset overlooking a sprawling, colorful scene? Jess and I knew that we wanted to have as many opportunities as possible to capture Bermuda’s iconically gorgeous sunsets, so we did our research and discovered Abbotts Cliff. Although it can be a hike to reach the top of the cliff, all of us did it in dresses… yeah girl power! Taking a few minutes to be grateful, appreciative and mindful on top of the cliff while hearing the crashing and lapping of the ocean waves was so rejuvenating.

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Hamilton Princess Hotel & Beach Club

The Hamilton Princess Hotel is the cutest, chicest and Instagrammable lodgings in Bermuda. The iconic millennial pink is the perfect color that pops against the swaying, green palms and the bright sky blue. We had a blast finding tucked away corners to shoot portraits against the pastel pink facade of the hotel! Be sure to sip on some wine or enjoy a luxurious tea here in between beaching, sunning and exploring this beautiful island nation.

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Admiralty House Park

Pack a picnic (sushi was divine, if you want to follow our lead!), slip your shoes off and be sure to aim your camera because the Admiralty House Park is so lush… it’d be a shame not to capture its beauty. Feeling so close and connected to the water, dipping our toes in between playing with photo compositions and long talks about the good things in life…. HEAVEN!


If you’re looking for paradise, it’s only about a two hour flight from JFK airport! Here’s hoping when you visit Bermuda that you find peace, relaxation… and capture some stunning photographs along the way! 

 

Trip sponsored by Cheap Caribbean.

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