Today, we want to share a different view of Mexico's Sea of Cortés--an up close view of plants and wildlife found in one of the most biologically diverse archipelagos in the world. UNESCO even made this a World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve. Look closely....you'll see why.
Warrior. Downward Dog. Lord of the Dance. Half Moon. What, you might be asking, do these terms have in common?
Boy, where to begin? There aren't enough English superlatives to describe the Sea of Cortés cruise specifically or Un-Cruise generally.
Why was the Chief Mate in the lounge and on the microphone? She appeared calm, but was there a problem with our anchorage? I looked out the window immediately and sighed gratefully at the serene picture in front of me. The sunset painted a perfect pastel on the calm water and it was clear that we were still swinging peacefully at anchor. Just as I was about to walk up to her to find out what was going on, she started talking again, “I’d like to say a few words about our Captain.”
Last Friday, the office staff at Un-Cruise Adventures took a field trip back to the Victorian era. This was no ordinary outing.