Parents aren’t just nurturers and providers—they’re masters at juggling, too. From attending meetings to attending soccer practice, it may seem that you never have enough time to spend with your family. [Read more…]
While there is no shortage of blockbuster films to see these days, there’s no grander spectacle than the beauty of nature itself. And when it comes to the marvels of nature, few can match the majesty of whales, the largest oceanic mammals on the planet. [Read more…]
Times sure have changed. According to an article in Time.com, cremation is now outpacing the traditional in-ground burial. In fact, statistics show that about one in two people choose to be cremated instead of being buried. [Read more…]
There really is no right way to deal with death. You never know how you’re going to react, unfortunately. At least with a burial at sea, you can honor that family member one last time in a majestic and respectable fashion.
The sea is infinite and your loved one’s remains can become one with it. Since these funerals are a little different than traditional proceedings, you may have a few questions about how this process works and its legal aspects. [Read more…]
Burial at sea ceremonies typically look like a scene from a movie. With the sea as the final resting place and soothing music to create a solemn atmosphere, it feels like an extraordinary moment in life.
When someone they love passes away there’s nothing anyone would want to do but to remember and honor them in the best way possible. Laying them to rest is often a difficult emotional process, but doing it in such a loving manner helps in the healing process. There are many ways to conduct a solemn and special ceremony, one which many now consider are burials at sea.
It’s undeniable that whale watching is the highest grossing tourist attraction in the San Juan Islands, with an estimated 500,000 visitors taking part of this activity each year. Its utmost popularity has spurned numerous sets of continuously evolving rules and regulations to address different ecological and environmental concerns about whale watching in San Juan Islands.
Watching whales jump and dance in the ocean is an extraordinary experience. Not everyone gets a chance like that. That’s why it’s often in many travelers’ bucket lists.
With more than one hundred named islands, there’s no doubt that you’ll never run out of things to see or do when you’re in San Juan Islands. The archipelago itself is a certified tourist attraction, especially for those who are looking for some nice peace and quiet without having to leave the country.
If you want to unwind, but cannot afford to travel abroad, consider joining one of the many San Juan Islands cruises. They might just be what you need to revive your outlook on life. Only a ferry ride away from Greater Seattle in Washington state, this enchanting archipelago offers a sea-touring experience amidst a lush, wildlife-filled environment that even offers something for landlubbers.