Top 10 Favorite Travel Photos of 2013 – #6

10 countries and countless cities made it on my 2013 Bucket List. France, Dominican Republic, Bermuda, Jordan, Aruba, Curacao, Canada, USA, Mexico, and Fiji were all part of my whirlwind of adventures and new experiences. I never envisioned such an amazing year of opportunity; my life continues to be a dream come true. I am blessed. Some people create a bucket list because they are dying; I created one because I want to live.

Here are my top ten favorite travel photos from 2013.

Number 6 – Castaway Island, Fiji

Castaway Fiji

Castaway Island is an award-winning iconic private island escape embodying the heart and soul of the South Pacific. The island’s 174 acres are covered in rich tropical rainforest, surrounded by white sand beaches, vibrant coral reefs and azure waters.

Is Fiji on your list? Bucket List Publications, along with Fiji Airways, gave one luck reader two tickets to Fiji just a few months ago!

Read about my Fiji adventures here. 

27 thoughts on “Top 10 Favorite Travel Photos of 2013 – #6

  1. Great photo. (I can’t believe you didn’t know about the humidity in N.C. Humidity is the reason m’lady and I will not return to living anywhere east of the Rocky Mountain foothills.)


    • I knew about the humidity but not to this extent. I just feel like we went from too hot/humid for walking/playing outside to too cold for swimming and enjoying the outside. Although this time of year is beautiful here, I’d prefer warmer weather (without the humidity) regularly. 🙂


      • My folks used to live in Hilton Head, SC. Visiting for Christmas was beautiful, walks on the beach, not many vacationers. The few times I went in the summer it was like walking through a hot wet wool blanket. Ya’ had to be committed, though my parents loved it. Dad was a golfer, so…


  2. Lovin’ them all. My bucket list stays the same though, get these legs strong enough to hold me up. Just that so far. Then I’ll think ahead to something else. Keep on posting photos for me.


  3. On my visit to Fiji, I felt humbled as I observed Island life and the quality of the accommodation the people lived in. Then we were invited to church on Sunday morning and I could ‘feel’ the love spreading out. It was really interesting. Although not one of my favourite places.


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