I am living a dream. I spend most of my year living and working on a cruise ship, sailing around the Caribbean Sea. I wake up in a different country every morning and at night I entertain hundreds of guests from behind a microphone and grand piano. I am beyond grateful to do what I love in such a relaxing environment. It has really allowed me to slow down and really enjoy life, the world, music, and much more.
When our ship arrives in it’s home port or one of our ports of call, we’re typically there for around seven hours. When you work on the ship, it’s easy to just say, “eh, I’ll see it again next week,” but for our guests, this can be a one-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see a different world. If you’re cruising, your ship’s shore excursions desk sells great tours and opportunities to see parts of these destinations.
Think you’ve seen it? You could stay on the ship and enjoy a relaxing day, but there will always be new and exciting things to do in every port. What will you do with those seven hours in port? This blog is my travel guide and will include my favorite spots in my favorite ports, all of which can be done in a seven-hour visit. I will offer you four categories of activities: food, drinks, art, and historical tours.
Continue to visit my blog for articles that will take you on a more in-depth tour of the restaurants, breweries, distilleries, wineries, music, art, tour spots, and interviews with influential people from these places.