Panama Canal Atlantic To Pacific

April 5, 2015 TravelAtWill 0

Arriving In Colon, Panama We were excited that the next stop on our 26 day cruise was to be Panama. Costa Rica and Guatemala had provided us with interesting insights into Central America.  Our 6 hour tour of Panama for this day was along the Panama Canal Atlantic To Pacific and […]

Panama City Artists Paint The Streets

April 5, 2015 TravelAtWill 2

Panama Street Art A photo journal that show how Panama City artists paint the streets … One of our more anticipated excursions on this 26 day cruise was a trip from the Caribbean to the Atlantic along the Panama Canal.  We did not expect to find Panama City so enticing! Most […]

Guatemala Heart Of The Mayan World

April 1, 2015 TravelAtWill 0

Arriving in Santo Tomas, Guatemala Guatemala was to be our first exposure to Central America on this 26 day cruise. The captain expertly parallel parked the ship in the small fishing village of Santo Thomas. Our cruise ship was docked in a commercial port beside a massive ship loading nickel […]

Pulled Along On A Dive In Costa Maya

March 31, 2015 TravelAtWill 0

Dive In Costa Maya, Mexico at Mahahual Costa Maya in Mexico was an early stop on our 26 day cruise. We debated with ourselves and finally booked an excursion to dive in Costa Maya. We knew that scuba diving in Mexico was sometimes hit and miss. And we knew that scuba […]

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Cable Beach Eco Reef

March 9, 2015 TravelAtWill 0

Build It And They Will Come To The Cable Beach Eco Reef! Guest Blog by David Holland (Scuba Instructor and Photographer) Beneath the clear Caribbean waters off Cable Beach in Nassau, Bahamas you will find the Cable Beach eco reef  …. Behind the newly created breakwater …. just off the beautiful […]

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Bahamas Bound In The Coldest February Ever

March 1, 2015 TravelAtWill 0

Bahamas Bound From Toronto In February We are amongst the large number of Canadians who can’t make it through the full cold Canadian winter without a trip south to warm our bones. This year, Toronto experienced the coldest February we have ever had.  We were so lucky to be Bahamas […]

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Snorkel Ocean Atlas In Nassau

February 23, 2015 TravelAtWill 4

Reflecting On The Weight Of Water When You  Snorkel The “Ocean Atlas” Sculpture Guest Blog by David Holland (retired Canadian Navy Lieutenant) Over coffee one morning during our month in Bahamas, we found something to do that nobody had talked about yet. Hidden in the Bahamas Clifton Heritage National Park […]

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Be Romantic – Spend Valentines in Exuma

February 22, 2015 TravelAtWill 0

Valentines in Exuma Was a Treat We had left the Toronto deep freeze behind with an escape to Nassau, Bahamas for February and decided to splurge for a romantic Valentines in Exuma at Sandals Emerald Bay.  Our last all inclusive vacation to Cuba had been a major bust.  So we […]

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Free Resort Scuba Diving – Should You Bother?

February 18, 2015 TravelAtWill 2

Scuba Diving In The Caribbean Living in Toronto and being a bit naturally wimpy, we save our resort scuba diving for when we head to warmer waters. I did my scuba training in Toronto.  But left my open water certification dives for a resort scuba diving trip to Cancun. My […]

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Exuma Swim With the Pigs and Feed the Iguanas Tour

February 17, 2015 TravelAtWill 2

Exuma Swim With Pigs on Ocean Safari Day Trip We were in Exuma for a week at Sandals Emerald Bay. While the trip was to be a romantic getaway for Valentine’s Day, there was one excursion we didn’t want to miss. A few years before, my friend had rented a boat […]

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Visit the Best Art Gallery in Nassau

February 12, 2015 TravelAtWill 0

Forget Shopping – See Bahamian Art and Culture at the Best Art Gallery in Nassau When you are visiting Nassau, Bahamas – either staying on New Providence Island or in for the day at the cruise port – don’t just shop or lounge on the beach. A few short blocks from […]