Author Archives: Rhonda Krause

Sacred Swim- Ik Kil Cenote, Mexico

Swimming in a cenote is a sacred, almost mystical experience. It’s strange, but after visiting one, I can understand how the Maya believed cenotes were gateways to the afterlife. Cenotes are naturally occurring phenomenons, sinkholes in the Earth’s surface born when the roof of a water filled cave collapses. It’s estimated that the Yucatan Peninsula...

Falmouth, Jamaica- Really That Bad?

In this day and age, when people have a question, they turn to the internet to answer it.  A quick search, or post on a message board and you will get more advice/opinions than you know what to do with. I was just on a forum about cruises and saw many people writing about Falmouth,...


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