Our one year anniversary for the Adventures of Apple and Rob is near and we would first and foremost like to say thank you! We are extremely grateful to you all for your continued support. As our lives change and our experiences change us, we are eager to see what this year will bring us. Last year brought us many changes, a lot of firsts, … Continue reading Happy One Year Blogiversary!
We didn’t know what the plan was for this weekend. That’s usually how we do it. If you plan it then you get disappointed when it doesn’t go your way. We just point in a direction and see what we can find. your out in the water with your love, a cooler full of booze, exploring a new side of the places you only knew … Continue reading Pirates on the New River
We went sailing for the first time and came across some trouble. The forecast called for a beautiful day and 1 foot seas but a system came out of nowhere. See you on our next adventure! Follow and Subscribe so you get notified about our next adventure! What we use: Handheld Smartphone Gimbal – https://amzn.to/2M00kzH Shure MV88 iOS Digital Stereo Condenser Microphone – https://amzn.to/2KEPNo1 Collapsible … Continue reading Trouble at Sea
Oasis of the Seas, May 2018, Day 6 12 METRE CHALLENGE AMERICA’S CUP RACING EXPERIENCE We are not on our Catalina 22 sailboat this time. We have upgraded for this trip! Our second time in Cozumel Mexico was amazing! We raced a retired 1987 America’s Cup racing yachts. I can’t begin to explain how much fun this trip was. They let us run the … Continue reading Racing Stars & Stripes in Mexico – America’s Cup Sailing Yacht
The last time we were in Jamaica I really wanted jerk chicken! Since I am (was) a chef, one of the most important part of my travel experience is to get to eat local food. I especially would love to try food I’ve tried already back home so I can compare to know what really is close to authentic. We met a lady named Mariesha … Continue reading Jerk Chicken in Jamaica
Day 3 of our 7 day Royal Caribbean cruise on the Oasis of the Seas. Our first port of call was Labadee Haiti, Royal Caribbean’s private island. The weather couldn’t have been more perfect after the several weeks we had full of rain in South Florida. Our first stop was at the local Artisan Market where we looked around and chatted with a few of the … Continue reading Welcome to Labadee, Haiti
In order to save a couple bucks and still get a balcony we opted for the Guaranty Stateroom. With Royal Caribbean this means you pay a lower price for a stateroom but you don’t get to choose which one, just the category. In our case we chose the ocean view balcony stateroom, but he had no idea which one we were going to get until … Continue reading Embarkation Day – Oasis of the Seas
Now can we please go back to our normal life? The wedding planning was crazy and really kept us away from gallivanting about. But, even though the wedding itself went by in a flash, it was all worth it. Take a look at some of these pictures. We had a lovely barefoot beach wedding at John U Lloyd State Park. The ceremony started around 5:30pm … Continue reading We Got Married!