Month: March 2018
Easing Into Sunday Morning Along Cane Bay Beach, St. Croix
Getting an early start to Sunday Funday in St. Croix has its benefits for those who prefer the beach all to themselves and their four-legged furry friends.
Dreading Locks The Natural Way in Dominica
Many are the various methods one can employ toward achieving an eye-catching coif of dreadlocks these days. None beat this method I observed on the banks of the Colihaut River in Dominica, though...
Unpacking St. Croix – March 2018
After a 29-year break from one of the wildest annual fetes in the Virgin Islands, I returned home recently to brave the crazy that is the St. Croix St. Patrick's Day Parade two weekends ago.
Help Reopen Amuseum Naturalis — St. Martin’s One and Only Natural History Museum
Amuseum Naturalis is St. Martin's one and only natural history museum and now you can help it reopen after a tumultuous 2017 hurricane season.
Get Above Nevis’ Waterfalls and Emerald Canopy
Nevis waterfalls are one of the major perks to venturing into the island's lush tropical interior. Rich with dense, fertile forests it's perfect for hiking.
Bent Palm at Belle Mont Farm, St. Kitts: Photo of the Day
Patrick found this palm in St. Kitts amid the 400 acres of lush landscaped beds and carefully-tended agri-fields that comprise Belle Mont Farm, one of the most uniquely uncommon hotels in all of the Caribbean.
Elegant Eats at Les Jardins du Mupanah, Haiti
I'm sure that my future visits to Port-au-Prince, Haiti will include a little more diversity in the dining department. Les Jardins du Mupanah is why.
Notre Dame de l’Assomption in Terre-de-Haut, Guadeloupe: Uncommon Attraction
Notre Dame de l'Assomption, also known more simply as Le Eglise de Terre-de-Haut, stands out among the various souvenir shops, eateries, and bars in the most commercial corner of Terre-de-Haut, Guadeloupe.
Kicking Back In the Ultra-Clear Seas of The Exumas
A good 360 islands, islets, cays, and rocks lay scattered about this extraordinary corner of The Bahamas that is the Exumas, all of them sporting the same crystalline seas.