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Guess Where Giveaway: Win a Cake & Coffee Treat from Tortuga Rum Co.

Guess Where Giveaway: Win a Cake & Coffee Treat from Tortuga Rum Co.
Guess Where Giveaway 2 Via Flickr by SunCat
Via Flickr by SunCat
Update: Good news, everyone. We’re extending this Guess Where Giveaway until Friday afternoon when we’ll pick a winner from all the people who identified the location in the photo. If you haven’t entered simply by commenting on this post or at our Uncommon Caribbean Facebook Page, you’ve still got a chance. Enter now.

Uncommon Caribbean hit a couple milestones this past week – 100 posts and 600 Facebook fans – so we’re celebrating with another Guess Where Giveaway!

This time the big winner will receive a 16oz Tortuga Rum Cake and an 8oz bag of Tortuga Rum Cream Coffee.

Everybody knows about Tortuga’s decadent rum cakes, each made with a generous amount of premium 5-year old, oak barrel aged Tortuga Gold Rum not available to the public, but what’s so special about their Rum Cream Coffee? Well, according to our friends at Tortuga, they take the smooth rich flavor of Tortuga Rum Cream and encase it in each roasted, choice coffee bean. The beans are then ground and vacuum sealed to ensure freshness and optimum taste.

Rum, cake and coffee – it’s the holy trinity of after-dinner treats!

Here’s what you need to do to win:

  • Correctly guess the name & location of the attraction shown in the photo above.
  • Post your guess as a comment to this story, or on our Facebook fan page here.

A winner will be selected at random from all correct guesses and announced 1 week from today.

Good luck!

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  • MacKenzie Rasile

    The sculpture in called Vicissitudes and it’s in Grenada.

  • katharine Nisbet

    i am still waiting for my rum cake to arrive. Katharine Nisbet

  • uncommoncarib

    Hey there Katharine, as Stephen and I have mentioned, you’re free rum cake is on its way. I know it’s hard to wait for such a delicious treat, but it should be in your hands soon.

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  • heaventrees

    These sculptures are called Vicissitudes and they are in Grenada, West Indies.

  • Judy Calliste

    It represents slavery and is located in the waters of Grenada.

  • Pat K.

    Sculptures are called Vicissitudes, in Grenada, West Indies. 🙂

  • Vicissitudes ~Grenada, West Indies
    Like characters that step off the page of a good book, Jason de Caires Taylor’s underwater sculptures literally come to life. In Grenada, West Indies, 26 life-sized figures await divers to view them in their underwater playground. The Vicissitudes were cast from children with diverse ethnic backgrounds. These underwater kids stand united in a circle, holding hands. The Vicissitudes are both art and an enhancement the environment, inviting marine life to rebuild the reef. http://weburbanist.com/2009/09/09/79-unique-and-awesome-underwater-sculptures/

  • Vicissitudes, in Grenada, West Indies and i have never heard of it until. Went and read about it. Thanks !! So cool

  • Vicissitudes in Grenada, West Indies Would take my wife and snorkel there in a minute!

  • Sculptures are called Vicissitudes, in Grenada, West Indies. Fascinating!

  • claudia M

    Vicissitudes – Grenada, West Indies
    WOW !

  • victoria lester

    The sculptures are located at the Underwater Sculpture Park Grenada’s west coast, in Molinere Bay.

    I’m victoria lester email flophasit at yahoo dot com

  • Vicissitudes ~ Grenada, West Indies! Would love to dive there!