Month: July 2015
Friday Happy Hour: Ma Doudou Rhums of St. Martin
Old Man Guavaberry brand rhums enjoy a virtually symbiotic link with St. Maarten/St. Martin, but they're not the only game in town...
Checking Into The New Hilton at Resorts World Bimini
Fans of the Bahamian wonder known as Bimini, famous for its excellent fishing and lack of hustle-and-bustle, may not be prepared to find a Hilton here.
Taste Of The Caribbean: Succulent Sea Urchin
Sea urchins are generally despised most everywhere... except on lunch or dinner plates...
Uncommon Attraction: Cay Sal Bank, The Most Far Out of Bahamas’ Out Islands
In The Bahamas, there are Out Islands and there are FAR OUT islands, Cay Sal Bank squarely epitomizing the latter.
Uncommon Buy: Blue Mountain Aromatics Mosquito Repellant from Jamaica
Mosquitoes are a nuisance unto themselves, but equally annoying are the chemical sprays we're forced to use to combat them.
Wish You Were Here: Anchored Off Gun Cay, The Bahamas
Gun Cay in the Bimini Islands of The Bahamas always makes for a most uncommon anchorage.
Saturday Video: Un Poquito de Puerto Rico
Friday Happy Hour: Royal Jamaican Alcoholic Ginger Beer
Ginger beer mixes so nicely with rum that I would never dream of combining it with any other spirit, much less beer. Royal Jamaican, however, begs to differ.
Photo Of The Day: Solitude Sugar Mill, St. Croix
Centuries-old, weathered, and worn, you'll find sugar mills all over previously top-producing sugar islands like St. Croix, St. Kitts, and Antigua.