Month: January 2018
Experience The Beautiful Side Of Haiti
Haiti, just like everywhere else, is not all one thing. What's bad is bad there. What's good... well... some of it is like this...
Sprinting to the Sea on Playa Grande
At a mile long and with sand stretching for well beyond 100 yards at its widest point, Playa Grande, Dominican Republic more than lives up to its name.
Uncommon Attraction: Mud Volcanoes of Trinidad
They don't tower thousands of feet into the clouds, or inspire the same levels of awe and wonder as their more famous lava-spewing cousins, but mud volcanoes in Trinidad are pretty amazing nonetheless.
Sailing Buck Island Channel, St. Croix
As one of the only charter companies offering fully non-motorized excursions to Buck Island, Teroro II & Dragonfly Buck Island Charters delivers a singularly special experience that's a must for us each and every time we find ourselves back home.
Deal Of The Week: Winter Sunshine Luxury Getaway to Belle Mont Farm, St. Kitts
You need a Caribbean escape! Belle Mont Farm hears you. Our home away from home in St. Kitts has launched a new Winter Sunshine Luxury Getaway offer that's sure to warm your heart, mind, body, and soul.
🇹🇨Turks and Caicos
Love Goes A Long Way Toward Saving Traditional Model Sailboats in Middle Caicos
Inside the Middle Caicos Co-op you'll find all manner of hand-crafted goods – hats, baskets, paintings, bracelets, placemats; all of it celebrating the cultural heritage of the Turks and Caicos Islands. It's all great, but the thing that most caught my attention were the model sailboats.
Help Legitimize (and Legalize) Surfing in Cuba
In Cuba, surfing is not legal. The words spread across the first frame of the trailer are shocking; confounding. How could a sport that so embodies and promotes so many positive things – brotherhood, healthy living, empowering women, fitness, respect for nature – be illegal?
🇻🇮U.S. Virgin Islands
How’s The Hurricane Recovery Coming Along in St. Thomas and St. John?
St. Thomas and St. John were impacted more severely by last year's hurricanes than St. Croix. Should you plan to visit St. Thomas and/or St. John this winter?
Taste Of The Caribbean: Le Bokit Magnifique de Guadeloupe
I was surprisingly underwhelmed by the cuisine I encountered along much of my adventuring in and around the Guadeloupe Islands. Le Bokit, though, was a notable exception.