Travel Photos

This website is where I post travel photos from my various travels. It is a random sampling of some of my favorite pictures and places, rather that a travelogue type of format. I prefer this site to be a photographic glimpse of places in general. I hope you enjoy. ***NOTE: I don't update this blog frequently any longer. If you'd like to see more of my photos you can check out my Flickr site here: My Travel Photos

Location: Camano Island, Washington, United States

Tuesday, June 28, 2005

This is a view of St. Mary's in the Mountains Catholic Church in Virginia City, Nevada. This picture was taken across the street from the Virginia and Truckee tourist train depot. Posted by Hello

Tybee Island Light Station, Georgia. Posted by Hello

St. Joseph's Catholic Church sits up on a hill overlooking downtown Idaho City, Idaho. Posted by Hello

Friday, June 17, 2005

An interesting and scenic walk you can take in London, England is along the Regent's Canal. This section of the canal is in the Islington neighbourhood. Posted by Hello

The Parade Grounds at Fort Pulaski National Monument, a Civil War era fort near Savannah, Georgia. Posted by Hello

Along the Northern California coast, with Highway 1 winding up the hill in the background. Posted by Hello

Monday, June 13, 2005

Princess Cays

Most cruise lines that wander around the Caribbean include a stop at a "Private Island", which is for the exclusive use of their passengers. The island that Princess Cruise lines uses is called Princess Cays. Technically, it's not a private island at all. It is located along the south coast of Eleuthera, which is a skinny, 100 mile long island in the Bahamas. Princess has done a fabulous job of turning this section of coastline into a very nice experience for their guests. With long, sandy beaches and swaying palm trees, it really is what you think of as a tropical Caribbean paradise. What's even more remarkable is that Princess Cays was destroyed by a hurricane in September 2004. It had just re-opened not long before our visit there in April 2005. You wouldn't even know it had been in ruins just a few months ago. I understand that Princess even donated money to the people of Eleuthera, to help them in their own recovery. Good job, Princess!

The ships tenders drop you off at "Love Boat Landing", right in the heart of the tropical island setting. Posted by Hello

Princess Cays is perfectly set up for a fun, relaxing day at the beach. There are plenty of lounge chairs, shady cabanas, swimming, snorkling. You can rent all sorts of water equiptment as well. Posted by Hello

If you're looking for a more quiet beach head right at the tender landing. You can escape the crowds along this pretty beach.  Posted by Hello

The Dawn Princess anchored off Princess Cays. Posted by Hello