Cruisin’ Summer 2012: Haiti, Grand Cayman, Jamaica, and Cozumel

I am moving to Charlotte today, so instead of a boring post about the smoothie I am making, here are some more cruise pictures from our excursions in Haiti, Grand Cayman, Jamaica, and Cozumel πŸ™‚

Labadee, Haiti: Beach Day

Falsmouth, Jamaica: Zipline through the forest

Jamaica Jerk Chicken-soooo good

Grand Cayman: Sting Ray Beach and Snorkeling

Cozumel: Snorkeling and Shopping

We rented a snorkel camera and were able to get a couple neat underwater shots

And last but not least, our favorite towel animal

5 comments on “Cruisin’ Summer 2012: Haiti, Grand Cayman, Jamaica, and Cozumel

  1. Adored the pictures!! You have a beautiful family πŸ™‚

  2. Food Stories says:

    OMG … that stingray is so cute and I can’t believe you got to touch it. Dear hubby and I went to sea world a while back and he reached into the sting ray tank to feel the sting ray. The sea world person said, “sir, you can’t touch the sting rays”. He said okay. A few minutes later, I hear … “sir, you can’t touch the sting rays!” much more authoritatively. I dragged my husband out of there and said, “what the heck are you doing … are you five?” He said he didn’t understand the problem and he just wanted to see what it felt like πŸ™‚

    • recimplicity says:

      haha I definitely understand your husband’s curiosity with sting rays: they are such interesting looking and feeling creatures. I think they feel softer and more fleshy than a fish, but with the same sliminess.

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