Month: January 2019
Up Next: Delving Into Post-Disaster Recovery in Puerto Rico
On my last visit to Puerto Rico, just five months post-Maria, I didn't stay long enough to get a sense of the recovery. This trip will be different.
The Joy Of Caribbean Sailing With Your Kids
That's my nephew, Trinidad, reveling in the joys of Caribbean sailing somewhere between St. Croix and Buck Island aboard Teroro II.
Forgetting Yourself At Lindbergh Bay Beach, St. Thomas
Anyone could be forgiven for forgetting anything and everything (including your beer) at Lindbergh Bay Beach in St. Thomas.
Easter Is Sweeter At Festival Del Mar Anguilla
The best parties in Anguilla have some connection to the sea. So is most certainly the case with the annual Festival Del Mar Anguilla.
Sunday Sailing The South Coast Of Antigua
Sundays are quite often best spent sailing in our world, especially when we're orbiting Antigua. The south coast is particularly sublime.
Adventuring Out To Pelican Cay, Middle Caicos
Trekking out to Pelican Cay in Middle Caicos would be the ultimate adventure of our trip, though I can understand if you're not all that impressed.
Mountain Biking Goat Hill, St. Croix
I was hoping to encounter a whole host of surprises while hiking Goat Hill last week, but definitely not anything like this...
Uncommon Attraction: Isla de Cubagua, Venezuela
You won't find much on Cubagua, the smallest and least populated of the islands that comprise the state of Nueva Esparta, Venezuela.
Introducing The All-New Historic Company House Hotel, St. Croix
Company House, St. Croix's newest hotel, opened six weeks ago, in the process opening a new chapter in the history of one of the USVI's oldest buildings.