Month: May 2018
Shark Swimming In The Bahamas
Between the two of us, I think that Patrick and I would both agree that I am the more risk-averse. Even so, I've found myself fascinated lately with the prospect of living the reasonably thrilling experience of swimming with nurse sharks in The Bahamas.
Splishing, Splashing Around St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands
Any trip to our home, The United States Virgin Islands, must, Must, MUST include lots and lots of time in, on, and under the water. Our latest trip back to St. John yesterday was certainly no exception.
Sunset By The Sea At Pineapple Beach Club, Antigua
Two comfy chairs, one amazing beach, a slight bit of seclusion, and the sunset – all the perfect ingredients for romance are readily available to guests of Pineapple Beach Club, Antigua.
Up Next: St. Thomas and St. John, USVI
We're about to embark on a weeklong adventure to gauge for ourselves just how things are really coming along in post-Hurricane Irma/Maria St. Thomas and St. John. Should you consider traveling to St. Thomas and St. John, USVI this summer? We'll start getting some answers beginning tomorrow.
Double Sexy Reasons to Love Iguana Stew
Supposedly succulent, though not for the squeamish, Iguana Stew certainly qualifies as one wildly exotic dish most non-West Indians would likely rather decline. There's a double-sexy reason why it remains popular on Caribbean menus, though...
Checking Into Arawak Bay – The Inn At Salt River, St. Croix
I always strive to regain a true feeling of home whenever I'm back in St. Croix. Short of renting a villa or staying with old friends, no place has stirred those fond emotions quite like Arawak Bay – The Inn at Salt River.
Alto Vista Chapel: Go Back in Time at Aruba’s First Church
The Alto Vista Chapel holds the distinction of being Aruba's very first church, yet thanks to a unique history, it probably shouldn't exist anymore.
Unpacking Antigua and Barbuda – May 2018
Patrick and I just returned from a week+ in Antigua and Barbuda. (Our first-ever visit to Barbuda.) Here's a preview of the stories we've got planned.
Grand Isle Resort & Spa, Great Exuma: View With A Room
Morning coffee or tea, some fresh fruit, and a bagel on the balcony of my supremely spacious, 2,600 square-foot penthouse villa, the highest elevation along Emerald Bay in Great Exuma, proved an inspiring way to start the day. There was only one problem...