A Colorful Downtown – Part I
It’s been almost 2 months since I went on a Caribbean cruise for vacation. I’ve been meaning to go through the photos and post them ever since. The cruise stopped at a different island every day so while it was pretty fun, it was also exhausting. But I’d probably do it again, given the chance. And of course, the photo opportunities were amazing! I tried to take around my DSLR as much as possible, but there were quite a few times I didn’t feel like lugging the huge thing around. Not to mention how hot it was!
The ship departed from Puerto Rico and I had the opportunity to stay the night before and explore Old San Juan. I’ve since added it to my favorite places – I just loooove the color and the history! I didn’t get to explore as much as I would have liked, so I’ll definitely be going back soon!
Beautiful blue cobblestone streets, made from ships’ ballasts
From one of the many souvenir shops
The architecture and colors remind me of New Orleans
One of my most favorite photos – look at that color!
We stayed at Hotel Casablanca, which had beautiful decor
Another part of the hotel
Pineapples from a vendor stall – delicious!
A pretty spot for a Stop sign
I love all the layers and designs in the balconies and lamppost
That turquoise is one of my favorite colors
I have so many more photos. I’ll post the rest in Part II. And I hope to post highlights from each island as well!