Our last and final stop was in Sitka. Sitka is a very small and somewhat sleepy town. However, it has some of the best fishing in the United States.Continue reading “Travel Guide: Sitka, Alaska”
The third stop on the cruise was Skagway. We had originally planned on doing a dog sledding tour. However, after doing some searching, it wasn’t the traditional dog sledding that you see in the wilderness. This was more in the outback with dirt roads and ATVs. It just seemed wrong.Continue reading “Travel Guide: Skagway, Alaska”
The second stop on our Alaskan Cruise was in Juneau. The morning we docked, I ate breakfast out on the patio and took in the scent of the fresh ocean water. The color was this gorgeous blue-green color. So pure and untouched.Continue reading “Travel Guide: Juneau, Alaska”
The first port we went on our Alaskan cruise was Ketchikan. Known for it’s beautiful wilderness and true Alaskan Native culture.
I spent a lot of time on Instagram trying to make sure that I could see and do everything that I wanted to do while we had time. And the photos I saw, just didn’t seem real.Continue reading “Travel Guide: Ketchikan, Alaksa”
I hope everyone had a fabulous weekend! I just got back a few days ago from my very first Alaskan cruise and it was AMAZING!
Now, this wasn’t my first cruise experience, but my first time was awful and I really don’t want to count it. But this time, mom and I did our research and decided to go with Silver Sea Cruises.Continue reading “Alaskan Cruise Adventure”