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

WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 381 When ss Azure Sea anchors off Porvenir Island in the San Blas archipelago, Kuna Indians

paddle their dugout canoes out to meet you and sell their fabulously coloured Mola, (textile art forms), which depict different events in the lives and life of the Kuna people.  ~  Island Card (visiting Island T-126)  Advertisements Continue reading

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

WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 363 Surprise … Surprise. You are the 100,000th passenger to sail aboard the ss Mayan Sun, so

the Captain upgrades your cabin to the “Owner’s Suite” for your seven day cruise to Chimana Grande, Isla de Baru and the Cayos Holandes.  ~  Island Card (visiting Islands Q-114, S-123 & T-128)  Continue reading

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

WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 359 After arriving at Isla Tigre on board ss Mayan Sun, you visit the Long House (assembly hall)

where one of their leaders is telling the story of how the Kuna Indians fought Spanish troops on the beach at Waka Nono for control of their land in Panama almost five hundred years ago. After centuries of fighting for their rights, the Kuna left the mainland 150 years ago for the safe haven of … Continue reading

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

WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 275 When visiting Isla Bastimintos off the Panamanian coast on board mv Riviera, you take the

dive boat (with a dive buddy) miles out to sea and try to find one of the many Spanish galleons that were wrecked in these waters hundreds of years ago, along with their treasure of bullion and jewels. ~  Island Card (visiting Island T-127)  Continue reading

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

WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 202 As whispering winds sweep your 55ft. ketch, Indigo Sails, through the waters of Panama’s

Cayos Holandes you see a school of dolphins off the port bow: After grabbing your snorkeling gear, you dive overboard to swim and play with your new friends.  ~  Ship Card (visiting Islands T-128)  Continue reading