Month: November 2014
Sailing Around Southern Martinique: Wish You Were Here
Calm seas and a steady breeze are just two of the charms that make southern Martinique a sailor's paradise.
Best Taste of Home: Johnny Cakes on Shoys Beach, St. Croix
Beachy Keen Jack’s Bar, Bequia
Classy without being stuffy, fun without being wild – Jack's is a beach bar with singular style in Bequia.
The Very Picture of Potential at Haiti’s Aldy Hotel
Located on a hill in a rural residential area in the tiny town of Aquin in southern Haiti, the Aldy Hotel has a lot going for it already. Most of all, the view.
🇻🇬British Virgin Islands
Sunbathing Atop the Sea in Tortola
A comfy chaise lounge on a warm day at the beach with great company is always nice, but for those times when you'd rather be alone, this is ideal...
Rhum Agricole La Favorite Cuvée Spéciale de la Flibuste
Dark, smoky, seductively aromatic and complex, La Flibuste is the very embodiment of both the brand and the word "Favorite" to me.
Saddle Up for Guyana’s Wild Rupununi Rodeo
Each Easter, the tiny town of Lethem, Guyana hosts one of the Caribbean's most uncommon annual cultural celebrations: the Rupununi Rodeo.
Out of Many, One Jamaican Patty
More than Ting, festivals, or even jerk chicken, these flaky and iconically yellow pockets of spicy deliciousness embody the true taste of Jamaica to me.
Martinique’s Magnificent Porcelain Rose
If the Porcelain Rose is not the most stunningly beautiful flower in all of the Caribbean, then I don't know what is.