Month: March 2019
Hiking Above Brewers Bay, St. Thomas: Uncommon Envy
High in the hills above Brewers Bay, St. Thomas sits a dark rock outcropping plainly visible from the sand. In it, we hear there's a cave.
Company House, St. Croix: View With A Room
There's no beach, but if you love St. Croix and Caribbean history then this view from room 402 at Company House, St. Croix is very special indeed.
Ilet La Perle, Martinique: Uncommon Attraction
Standing on Anse Couleuvre, Ilet La Perle is impossible to miss. It's nice to admire from the shore, but La Perle's undersea attractions that truly amaze.
Scotts Head – Another One-of-a-Kind Feature of Dominica
Scotts Head or Cashacrou Peninsula is many things. It's remote, protective, and picturesque. But like so many features of Dominica, it's also one of a kind.
Red Rocks Dominica – Natural Beauty and Otherworldly Wonder
Red Rocks Dominica is a pretty mundane name, but this feature of volcanic activity itself is an otherworldly wonder of Dominica worthy of the trip.
The Maroons of Dominica and the Caribbean’s Forgotten War
The more dense the rainforest, the better for the Maroons of Dominica. The wilds of Dominica was their shield; a natural bulwark against a life of bondage.
Coral Reef Restaurant – West Indian Food that Almost Brought me to Tears
Coral Reef Restaurant and Bar in Calibishie, Dominica is excellent West Indian food at an unbeatable price in panoramic surroundings. Do not miss it!
Trafalgar Falls – How Best to Soak in their Majesty
Trafalgar Falls is a twin waterfall attraction set against soaring emerald cliffs that's a must for anyone visiting the Nature Island in seach of adventure.
Pointe Baptiste Estate Chocolate Factory and the Sweet Taste of Dominica
Pointe Baptiste Estate Chocolate Factory manages to melt Dominica's most marvelous flavors down and capture them in the form of chocolate bars.