Travel Photos

Click on the underlined links below to view photos from some of my trips around the world as America’s International Travel Expert®.
A few special pages are at the top of the list while the majority of them are listed alphabetically by country or category (such as CANALS).
(Patience, please; I have thousands of photos to process.)

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Amazing Restaurants in Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, MEXICO (too bad I can’t list ALL of them)

Ventus at El Cid Marina Spa & Beach Resort in Puerto Morelos, Mexico along the Riviera Maya coastline

ARUBA
> Oranjestad — the most beautiful beaches, but not enough time on a cruise ship stop

AUSTRALIA
> New South Wales — including many of my trips to the Sydney area as I was doing research for my second novel

AUSTRIA
> Trip through Austria — reliving some of the moments from a Rick Steves “21-Day Best of Europe” tour

CANALS
> Erie Canal
> Oswego Canal — connecting Erie Canal to Lake Ontario (page is started; there are more photos to add)
> Panama Canal
> Suez Canal — on an amazing Barcelona to Dubai cruise
> Welland Canal

CHANNEL ISLANDS
> Guernsey — an important area between France and England during World War II

CHILE
> Easter Island — home to the famous Moai statues, created by the early Rapa Nui people

CHINA
> Beijing
> Hong Kong, an SAR
> Shanghai — the world’s most populous city with amazing views everywhere!
> Tianjin

COLOMBIA
> Cartagena — colorful architecture, narrow streets, green plants

CROATIA
> Dubrovnik — the 16th Century Old Town with its massive stone walls is a definite highlight in this city on the Adriatic Sea
> Split — an ancient area whose palaces, buildings, and neighboring remains are worth visiting and enjoying

CRUISE SHIPS
Some of the cruise ships that I’ve been able to cruise (and speak) on

CURAÇAO



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DENMARK
> Copenhagen — a favorite stop for cruise ships and land tours

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

ENGLAND
> Liverpool — a must visit if you like (or liked) the Beatles

ESTONIA
> Tallinn — an easy walk into town from the ship

FINLAND
> Helsinki — the only Scandinavian country that moved away from its “Crown” currency to the Euro

FRANCE
> Beaune — really good Burgundy wine and Beef Bourguignon
> Le Havre
> Normandy — showing both sides of the impact of D-Day, 70 years afterward
> Paris
> Versailles — it’s definitely worth the short train ride to this palatial estate

FRENCH POLYNESIA
> Bora Bora — the water and natural beauty are amazing sights to behold
> Tahiti — flowers, statues, clouds in the sky; they’re all here in Tahiti!

HONDURAS
> Copan — visit to some Mayan ruins
> Subirana — it was a great week on a church mission trip

ICELAND

IRELAND
> Cobh — you can go into Cork, but Cobh is a great town for walking, sightseeing, Titanic Memorials, etc.
> Dublin — not a problem to find an Irish pub here!

ISRAEL
> Eilat — on Gulf of Aqaba; natural park; kibbutz; copper mines and rock formations

ITALY
> Cinque Terre — our tour guide called our two-day stop here as the “vacation within your vacation”
> Florence
> Naples
> Ravenna — the mosaics are so amazing, and it’s also the [disputed] place of Dante’s tomb
> Rome
> Sicily
> Venice — a magnificent place to roam, and contrary to popular opinion you CAN get lost in the city!

JAPAN
> Aomori — home of popular Nebuta Festival and Warehouse
> Hakodate
> Hiroshima — the location of the first Atomic Bomb dropped in World War II
> Kobe
> Kushiro
> Nagasaki
> Okinawa
> Otaru
> Shimizu
> Yokohama — including the 2017 Oktoberfest



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JORDAN
> Dead Sea — just make sure you don’t float face down in the water; it’s hard to get back upright!
> Petra — a truly magnificent discovery of red rock carvings

MEXICO
> Cabo San Lucas
> Copper Canyon
> Puerto Morelos — Ventus at El Cid Marina Spa & Beach Resort along the Riviera Maya coastline
> San José del Cabo
> Todos Santos

MONTENEGRO
> Kotor — another exciting place to walk around, especially up the trail to the St. John Fortress

NETHERLANDS
> Amsterdam
> Haarlem
> Keukenhof — this MUST be on your travel list if you love beautiful flowers!

NORWAY
> Ålesund
> Bergen — spend a few days here!
> Fläm
> Geiranger — waterfalls everywhere you look
> Kristiansand
> Oslo
> Stavanger

NORTHERN IRELAND
> Belfast — wish we had the time to do more exploring on our own

OMAN
> Muscat — we were able to see three of the Sultan’s seven palaces, although we weren’t allowed inside any of them

PERU

PITCAIRN ISLAND

POLAND
> Gdansk

RUSSIA
> Petropavlosk — in the Pacific Ocean above the northern islands of Japan
> St. Petersburg

SCOTLAND
> Glasgow & Greenock
> Invergordon & Tain

SINGAPORE
> Singapore



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SLOVENIA
> Koper — an interesting place to walk around in the old city

SOUTH KOREA
> Busan
> Incheon
> Jeju Island

SPAIN
> Barcelona — one trip is never enough

SWEDEN
> Stockholm

SWITZERLAND

TAIWAN
> Keelung

THAILAND
> Bangkok — I’ve been there several times; there’s always lots to see and do
> Pattaya — many of the seasoned cruisers (and crew) head here for a great (and cheap) massage!

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
> Abu Dhabi — the Grand Mosque is truly amazing, but that’s not all there is to see in Abu Dhabi
> Dubai — where buildings are very much in view, from the tallest to the most amazing!

VIETNAM
> Ha Long Bay
> Ho Chi Minh City (formerly known as Saigon)
> Hoi An — an undamaged hidden gem; worthy of of a Southeast Asia R&R trip




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