Month: August 2018
Old Fashioned Rum Punch at Ana’s On The Beach, Antigua
What else could possibly make liming at Ana's On The Beach on Dickenson Bay, Antigua any better..? Answer: Old Fashioned Rum Punch.
Twoubadou Folk Music, The True Sound and Soul of Haiti
Twoubadou folk music traces its origins to the early 1900s, when seasonal migrant laborers from Haiti traveled to Cuba to work the cane fields.
Uncommon Attraction: Nazareth Lutheran Church, St. John
In the middle of Cruz Bay, St. John, you'll find as charming a little chapel as exists anywhere in the Caribbean: Nazareth Lutheran Church.
Afternoon Delight at Devon House Bakery, Jamaica
If your next Saturday in Jamaica happens to find you in Kingston, I highly recommend imbibing in the cafe culture at Devon House Bakery.
🇹🇨Turks and Caicos
Unpacking North Caicos – August 2018
A little more than two weeks have passed since my birthday escape to North Caicos with the wife and my twin boys. We're still smiling, though...
What’s it Really Like Sailing Belize for a Week
Overnight anchorages at tiny mangrove islands, catching your own fresh snapper for lunch, and, of course, excellent waters, this is sailing Belize!
Silk Cayes — Home of My Best Beach in Belize
Made up of 3 tiny islets about 22 miles off the Placencia Penninsula, the Silk Cayes are amazing not just for what's above the water, but also what's below.
Reef Safe Sunscreen Saves More Than Just Your Skin
Reef safe sunscreen is a must to protect your skin, your cells, and especially the fragile coral reef ecosystems throughtout the Caribbean.
Uncommon Envy: Sailing Around Belize (Or Anywhere Else) With My Brother
I've sailed around a little. As for the type of charter adventure sailing around Belize that one lucky UC fan will win via our latest sweepstakes, well...