I was pleased as punch the moment that I stepped ashore in Aruba. It’s been one of my favorites from the beginning and I couldn’t wait to explore it further. I did something a bit out of the norm and booked a tour through Carnival that gave a tour of the island. Normally, because I am so comfortable on that island I would have just hired a local and saved quite a bit of money. The tour did not disappoint and gave me an insight to the island that I didn’t quite see before.
What does this girl wear to spend a day touring a desert? Apparently, a maxi sundress and flip flops! Let’s be real, when it comes to the warmer temps I am always wearing a sundress. Prior to my trip I had a blast ordering dresses from Main Street Dresser. When I came across this maxi I knew I needed it in both colors, pink and blue! Let me tell you, it did not disappoint.
Miss Me? I’ve been a bit busy sailing the Caribbean sea these last couple of weeks. I managed to work my fins off right until it was time to sail out, so it was a much needed break. Where have I been? Well, this year’s vacation was a 14 day cruise and a partial Panama transit!
With less than a month of Summer left I am wearing all the tropical prints I can find. Despite their being a Fall scent in the air already I am going to live out this season as much as possible before my Birthday season arrives. This dress from my latest Fashom box has been the perfect piece for the Summer.
This dress is what I would call a diamond in the rough. It was one of those moments in St. Thomas where I was in this little shop in a makeshift dressing room in the corner with no AC. The moment I put on the dress I knew it was perfect despite barely being able to see it in a broken dollar store mirror. I saw how it instantly hugged my curves and knew that it had to come home with me for the Summer.
I shared this past Fall all about the embarkation. Well, things changed majorly in the past month so I’m sharing all the new details as well as keeping it with the port this time. As I’m not positive on the other ports new policies this is all about my experience getting on the ship at Port Canaveral/Orlando Florida for Carnival Cruise Lines.
The 60 degree heat wave we had here in Michigan yesterday has me feeling tropical vibes again. Not that it really ever went away, but you better believe this girl was sporting some sandals and dreaming about that Peach Sangria from the Serenity Deck on Carnival Cruises. Which is why I am sharing a countdown of my 3 favorite drinks from the ship!