We arrived in Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina, at the Blockade Runner Beach Resort. It is the only resort in the area that is both on the sound and the Atlantic Ocean! It’s also only about fifteen minutes from Wilmington, North… Continue Reading →
To my surprise, the hostess directed us to an “underground” restaurant located beneath the beautiful Giraffe hotel where we were staying.
There is something magical about books. Always will be! For the people that know me personally, they know that when I get a book, I still smell the pages. I love old books, turning the pages, touching the story.
This photo I took from a Catamaran on the way back to the marina. I saw this Tugboat and I could not helped wondering how far and how many miles this boat had travelled.
In Santorini, as I am waiting for the boat to come back and get me from my visit to the Volcano.
I went to meet with Lil Lacassagne, owner and Executive Chef of 4 stars AAA, Saint-Jacques of Burke Manor restaurant open on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.
Flying from the Usa to the French Island of Fort-de-France is not so impossible because it takes too long, or is too expensive anymore. Norwegian is launching a new service route from Boston, NewYork and Baltimore. The best part…$178 round… Continue Reading →
Beaches of Cap Chevalier are among the most beautiful beaches of Martinique. These beaches are incredibly sumptuous. Palm trees, white sand and clear blue water make the beach of cap chevalier very popular in Martinique. Wood rafts (Yoles) are left on… Continue Reading →
The Habitation Clément is truly the birthplace of the Rhum Agricole. Located in Le Francois, it still maintain the tradition and the culture of an old sugarcane plantation Créole. The Hayot family restored it to keep it a Martiniquean cultural icon. Thousands… Continue Reading →