WorldWide Cruise Line, WWCL, Caribbean Cruise, Board Game, iPhone App

WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 273 Of all the wonderful protected environments in Costa Rica perhaps the most inspiring is the

“Children’s Rain Forest”, which has grown from 15 acres to over 46,000 acres of trees, vegetation and wildlife through the donations and sacrifices of children from over 40 countries who wish for people and children around the world to learn more about Natural History and the long-term protection of our planet’s rainforest. ~  Island Card … Continue reading

WorldWide Cruise Line, WWCL, Caribbean Cruise, Board Game, iPhone App

WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 271 On board ss Azure Sea play hooky and jump ship while visiting Antigua. It’s Sailing Week –

seven days of ocean racing and shoreside parties ending on Dockyard Day with its tugs-of-war between crews, greased pole races and spinnaker flying. The climax of the week is Lord Nelson’s Ball and the award ceremonies.  ~  Island Card (visiting Island K-70)  Continue reading

WorldWide Cruise Line, WWCL, Caribbean Cruise, Board Game, iPhone App

WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 270 If you wish to be scared while on Grand Bahama – dive with a steel-mesh-clad master diver,

watch him feed a variety of free-roaming sharks and maybe reach out and touch the sandpaper roughness of a shark’s skin as your dive master guides a shark over for you to examine. ~  Ship Card (visiting Island B-11)  Continue reading

WorldWide Cruise Line, WWCL, Caribbean Cruise, Board Game, iPhone App

WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 269 Cruising on board the ketch Indigo Sails is a great way to make new friends in different

countries; this is helped by practicing your limited (but improving) French and Spanish language skills during your visits to Petit Martinique and Chimana Grande. ~  Island Card (visiting Islands M-96 & Q-114)  Continue reading

WorldWide Cruise Line, WWCL, Caribbean Cruise, Board Game, iPhone App

WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 268 When ss Azure Sea anchors off Puerto Barrios you go ashore and discover the wonderful

language of design and color that is Guatemalan weaving. Most women still weave on the same backstrap loom used by the early Maya, using cotton and woolen threads dyed with colors from local plants and insects. In Guatemala it is said that “Weaving has preserved the design of the Maya universe.”  ~  Ship Card (visiting … Continue reading