St. Kitts Photo Summary

I’ve been back in the US for a few days now, and I’m finally catching up on my to-do list. I’ve got a ton of things to write about my amazing trip to St. Kitts (some great, some not so great), but it’ll take  me a few days to get it all written out. Update: Here is the write-up! In the meantime, here’s some of my favorite photos from my trip to St. Kitts!



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10 replies

  1. Your photos are stunning! It looks like a great vacation spot, I’ll put it on my list, looking forward to hearing more about it.

    • Thank you! It is definitely the kind of place you can go to get away from everything. In fact, it almost forces you to leave your busy life behind, because staying in touch is a challenge (more about that in an upcoming post). Everything moves at a very leisurely pace, and the locals are quite friendly but also soft spoken. Because of these things (lack of connectivity, slow pace, relaxed locals), I had no trouble whatsoever just going with the flow and letting things happen at a natural speed. I’m so used to rushing rushing rushing here in the States that it was a welcome change of pace! I would highly recommend it as a vacation spot, though one week there was plenty and I was glad to get back to the States after 9 days.

  2. Amazing pictures! I can’t wait to read more about your trip!

    • Thank you! I had a lot of fun taking them – reading my camera manual really helped to take better pictures, since I knew what settings to use in certain situations. I took hundreds of pictures while I was there, so I’ll be sure to share more over the next few weeks!

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