Month: September 2014
Uncommon Photo-Op: Grenada’s Captivating Carenage
It may not be Willemstad, but as picturesque Caribbean ports go, The Carenage in Grenada is supremely captivating to me.
Mystical L’Escalier Tête Chien, Dominica: Uncommon Attraction
There's a lot more to L'Escalier Tête Chien than pretty scenery. In fact, to many, there could scarcely be a more sacred spot in all of Dominica.
Kayaking Tortuguero Nat’l Park, Costa Rica: Wish You Were Here
Exploring the Tortuguero National Park in the remote north Caribbean coast of Costa Rica is an uncommon adventure you won't soon forget.
Saturday Video: An Added Extra Minute in St. Maarten
An extra minute anywhere may not amount to much us, but to Dono SXM, an extra 60 seconds in his beloved St. Maarten yields something priceless.
Friday Happy Hour: My Second Favorite Place to Drink Rhum in Trois-Ilets
It's easy to work up a thirst in the Pointe du Bout section of Trois-Ilets, Martinique. When you do, definitely duck into Le Bistrot and ask for Eric.
Rise (Literally!) and Shine in The Shower With Bois Bande Soap: Uncommon Buy
Men, if you want to get a "rise" out of your shower experience, Bois Bande soap is for you!
Banana Bread: My First Attempt Baking a Childhood Favorite
I've always loved banana bread, its moist, sweet, and fruity flavor always taking me back to my childhood years in St. Croix.
Checking In (And Checking Out From the Modern World) At Sugar Reef Bequia
Staying at Sugar Reef Bequia is not like staying in a regular hotel. It's more intimate, like guesthouses used to be all over the Caribbean way back when.
Somewhere Along The Road in Southern Haiti: Photo of the Day
My recent post on nearly missing the best view in Tobago reminded me of a great view in Haiti that I would've missed if not for some determined school kids.