March 29, 2016 The Traveling Gals 8Comment

Post by Kary Kiss a Sting Ray and have Seven Years Good Luck! The Cayman Islands were first sighted by Christopher Columbus in 1503 when he named the islands Las Tortugas due to the large amount of sea turtles seen swimming nearby.  Sir Francis Drake, an English sea captain arrived in 1586 and named the islands Cayman (pronounced cay-MAN) after the indigenous word for crocodile.  This British claimed territory has a rich history and the English influence is everywhere.  It is one of the only British colonies in the Caribbean still in existence.  Today, the Caymans are a haven for…

February 5, 2016 The Traveling Gals 7Comment

Sail Away to the Caribbean on a Cruise! Every year our family goes on a Caribbean cruise out of Tampa with Royal Caribbean. It is a great way to relax and have fun in the warm tropical weather. This year’s cruise was 5 nights and stopped in Cozumel and Grand Cayman. It was especially nice because we left while Florida was having a bit of a cold spell, but the weather in the Caribbean was great. We have been fortunate enough to go on a lot of cruises over the years and have become very loyal to Royal Caribbean due to…