Islands

There are so many. To layout a menu of islands might require an entire new site in itself. The South Pacific, the Greek islands, the Caribbean, Bahamas, Maldives, Canary Islands, the Azores, Roatan . . . the list goes on. So many to see with names alone that conjure up irresistible visions. Beautiful waters, beaches, tropical peaks, colorful boats, old world villages, sea-side coves. With islands dotted all around this globe, the number and variances seem endless. Everybody seems to love the islands, and for reasons as vast and varied as the islands themselves.

The Island section of travelswithmiha therefore will begin with one simple category: Islands. As the posts and pictures percolate into a more robust volume, we may begin the breakout (i.e; South Pacific, Greek, Caribbean, etc). However at the moment, quite simply Islands.

Latest Posts

  • Lipari, Aeolian Islands (Isole Eolie)

    Small islands to an island, the Aeolian archipelago is located just north of the island of Sicily. The archipelago is named after the mythological God of the winds, Aeolus, and it is composed of eight...
  • Bocas del Toro: Miha 2012

    My experience and story in Bocas del Toro does not have as much flavor and adventure as Mike's. I visited Bocas del Toro in the summer of 2012 and found a very well developed place, that I often compa...
  • Bocas del Toro: Michael 1997

    Semana Santa, 1997. Holy week. I rolled into dusty little Sixaola at Costa Rica's southeastern border with Panama Wednesday afternoon on what I had known to be one but turned out to be two flat tires....
  • Mykonos

    Mykonos was our last overnight stop along our island hopping escapade, which began two weeks earlier on the large island of Crete. Sad, because there are so many beautiful and interesting islands to s...
  • Sunset in Negril Jamaica

    Behind every sunset is an infinite number of untold stories. With each one sets an ending to a day, a chapter, and billions of thoughts and events to reflect upon. Maybe just temporarily put to rest f...
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