Hello old friends! Is it just me or it does it feel like it’s been ages? Due to some behind-the-scenes technical difficulties (apologies to those who have tried to check in and found the site down!) I’m a little behind on posting this week. But we’re all up and running now, and I think you’ll agree it was worth the wait…
…because I could not have ended my current international wanderings on a better note. The last few weeks have been all about island hopping. First, Roatán, followed by a return to Grand Cayman, where I celebrated Batabano in style on the streets! Unfortunately, it was an incredibly rainy week, but aside from Batabano the main objective of the trip was catching up with Heather, and we can do that in any kind of weather (though, note to whoever is in charge of these kind of things, we really do prefer sun.)
Finally, I made my way north to Bermuda. I gave a little cheer when I landed for having made it to my thirtieth foreign country, and basically didn’t stop smiling until it was time to return to the airport. I can’t really stop gushing to everyone about how unexpectedly obsessed I am with this little island and my home base there at The Hamilton Princess & Beach Club. I’m beyond excited to share more soon, and I think these photos should give you a little hint why.
It’s hard to believe that next week I’ll be reporting in from New York! Layover in Miami en route to Bermuda aside, it’s been five months since I touched down on US soil. I’m looking forward to being home and all that lies ahead, but at the moment I couldn’t be more grateful for such a beautiful and inspiring end to my latest, greatest adventure.
Batabano, the Cayman version of Carnival! So much energy.
A rainy and reflective time in Cayman.
The unbelievable Fairmont Hamilton in Bermuda, a work of art.
Bermuda beach hopping with an acrobatic assistant.
Diving the Bermuda Triangle — by far the best photo I’ve ever captured of a shy parrotfish.
I was so excited when a chef walked by at the perfect moment in front of 1609, already Bermuda’s most scenic restaurant.
Absolutely in love! With the Hamilton Princess, with Bermuda, and with the sun for making these images beautiful.
Which photo is your favorite?
Pssst! Want to see more photos from Bermuda? I’ll be taking over the Hamilton Princess’s Instagram for the next six days! Would love to see y’all over there…