Author: Cherri Megasko

Sailing Fiji on Captain Cook’s Reef Endeavour – The Ultimate in Small Ship Cruising

If you’re a person who appreciates intimate, low-key travel experiences, Captain Cook Cruises’ flagship – the Reef Endeavour – is just what you’ve been looking for. It certainly was for my husband, Greg, and me when we sailed on the 11-day Lau Cruise to the outer reaches of the Fijian Islands in March. Based out of Nadi, Fiji, the Captain Cook’s Reef Endeavour has a maximum capacity of 130 passengers and a staff that will do their best to ensure you have the holiday you’ve been dreaming of. Captain Cook’s Reef Endeavour Amenities The Reef Endeavour offers most of...

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15 Recommended Things to Do in New Zealand

New Zealand has been on my bucket list for as long as I can remember. My husband and I finally planned our trip thinking three weeks would be plenty of time. Boy! Were we wrong! We started in Auckland and made our way south, covering as much as we could of both the North and South Islands. Here are 15 things to do in New Zealand that we highly recommend. Waitomo Glowworm Caves The Waitomo glowworms are famous around the world. The highlight of the tour was at the end when we took a boat ride through the grotto...

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15 Tips for Exploring Sequoia National Park by Car

We have four dogs and love to take them with us when we travel within the United States. Consequently, we end up exploring a lot of destinations locally by car. This was the case on our recent trip to Sequoia National Park California where we learned a lot about how to make the most of experiencing the park via vehicle. I thought I’d share some of those most memorable learnings with you from the home of the giant redwood forest. Here are my 15 Tips for Exploring Sequoia National Park by Car 1. Gasoline There are no gas stations...

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5 Great Caribbean Snorkeling Beaches

One of the most relaxing and inexpensive ways to enjoy Caribbean snorkeling is via beach access. Although not all Caribbean beaches have decent snorkeling, there are many that do. I’ve seen barracudas, octopi, eels, pufferfish and all kinds of other amazing sea creatures simply by walking into the water from the beach. And believe it or not, beach snorkeling has lots of advantages over deep-water (or boat drop) snorkeling, too. Advantages of Shore Access snorkeling Many times shore access – or beach entry – snorkeling is free. You don’t have to pay for an expensive tour … you just...

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Where to Eat on the Beautiful Island of Caye Caulker Belize

Caye Caulker, a small island off the north-central coast of Belize, has a wonderfully quaint atmosphere with that tiny village vibe. If you’re looking for a quiet, laid back island experience, I highly recommend it as an ideal home base for your next holiday. Caye Caulker, Belize is also one of my favorite snorkeling destinations. On a recent trip, My husband and I, had the opportunity to try many of the island’s eclectic restaurants. Some were quite memorable and many were great bargains.   Tropical Paradise – Luciano Reyes St. Despite the cheesy name Tropical Paradise Restaurant was actually...

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