Catamaran- Oranjestad, Aruba Oil tanker sits off shore (top left)
Downtown shopping area in Aruba with trolley system
On the horizon are the hotels along the the western shore beaches in Aruba
The yacht harbor in Willemstad, Curacao
The birthday cake house in Willemstad.
Bon Bini liqueur factory tour
Founders of the Bon Bini liqueur factory
Part of the history of the factory
Sample of liqueurs produced at this factory
Workers on the assembly line putting caps on the bottles.
Retail display of many varieties of Curacao liqueurs
Salt flats. Salt was a major export after Europeans arrived on Curacao
Jan Thiel Village, a eco-resort complex on the Eastern end of the island.
A swimming pool built on the edge of the Caribbean at Papagoya Beach Club.
The Celebrity Eclipse is viewable from Jan Thiel Beach.
This harbor was the first one used by European settlers.
The Curacao museum.
The Queen Juliana bridge, the highest in the Caribbean accommodates passage of the largest cruise ships.
On a clear day in Curacao, you can see the mountains, 30 miles away, on the North shore of Venezuela.
St. George's fort in Grenada.
Flora in Grand Etang Tropical Rain Forest.
Annandale Falls. Diver in yellow suit (top center) readies to make his jump!
Grand Etang crater lake.
The Parks System on the Island of Grenada. We visited #1 and #4 on the map.
A description of the Grand Etang Tropical Rain Forest & Grand Etang National Park.
The flag of Grenada
A description of the Grand Etang Forest Reserve.
Grenada, "the spice island," in the Lesser Antilles. Samples of nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves, ginger root and turmeric.
St. George's, Grenada from a mountain overlook.
The Celebrity Eclipse in Bridgetown, Barbados
An historical marker in Bridgetown.
Holetown, Barbados. St. James Anglican Parish Church.
Inside St. James Parish Church.
All of the rectors who have served in St. James Parish Church. The current Rector is the first woman, Beverly Sealy-Knight.
The organ pipes in St. James Parish Church.
The East coast of Barbados, Bathsheba on the Atlantic Ocean
The rock formations on the beach in Bathsheba.
St. John Parish Church, 1645
St. John's Parish Church
Inside St. John's Parish Church
The most recent gravesite- David John Howard Thompson, Prime Minister of Barbados.