Month: February 2018
Get Wild With The Sharks of Amberjack Reef, Exuma
One of the top dive sites in the Exuma Islands of The Bahamas, Amberjack is a patch reef measuring about 50 feet in length that is ideal for all levels of divers.
Hiking Rincon Falls, Trinidad
One big thing I've missed on my travels to Trinidad is hiking... of any kind... anywhere. I guess, for me, the fete and food have been too nice to allow me to stray too far into the wilds.
Fire Sky Sunset Off Salt Whistle Bay in Mayreau, The Grenadines
Phenomenal sunsets play out daily across the Caribbean, though I can hardly imagine any more spectacular than this one at Salt Whistle Bay in Mayreau, the smallest of the inhabited islands of The Grenadines.
Add Some Serious Jamaican Heat To Your Happy Hour With a Rum Fire Cafe Fuego
You remember Rum Fire, the bombastic fantastic Jamaican overproof rum, right? Lately the brand has been making some serious inroads into the U.S. market.
Uncommon Photo-Op: Queen’s Staircase in Nassau, The Bahamas
For all of the outsized touristy glitz that has come to define Nassau, the capital of The Bahamas is actually a prime destination for history lovers keen on exploring African roots and the legacy of slavery in the West Indies.
Uncommon Envy: Village de la Pointe, Martinique
Right now, I think the spot best-suited for my next family trip to Martinique is a place I've only heard a bit about: Le Village de la Pointe.
On-Site St. Croix: Hopeful Sign Amid the Remains of the Frederiksted Pool
In the first 3 months after a major hurricane one might expect any affected island to still show widespread signs of devastation. This was the big surprise of my trip back to St. Croix this past December – for the most part, the place looked pretty clean.
French St. Martin Smiling Again Post-Hurricane Irma
When can I go back to St. Martin? The question has been posed to us many times in the weeks and months since Hurricane Irma paid an unwelcome visit to the dual-nation island we so love back in September.
Photo Of The Day: Sandbar Seclusion in Exuma, The Bahamas
Interspersed among the 360 islands, islets, and cays in the Exuma chain of The Bahamas are little patches of sandy heaven like this. Sandbars: pure Bahamas paradise.