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Butterfly Palms
Caribbean

Areca Palms Bring a Bit of Clean Caribbean to Your Home

Of all house plants commonly associated with the Caribbean, none are more popular than areca palms. We have NASA to thank for this.
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Ginger Thomas
🇻🇮U.S. Virgin Islands

Ginger Thomas – Nonnative Official Flower of the U.S. Virgin Islands

Ginger thomas flowers are not native to the USVI, but they definitely fit in just fine, especially when it comes to local bush medicine.
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Sea Grape Tunnel
🇫🇷Martinique

Sea Grape Tunnel to the Sea in Le François, Martinique

Marble floors and gilded walls denote tony walkways at many luxury resorts. Not so in the case of this idyllic arcade.
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Estate Fareham Sugar Mill, St. Croix
🇻🇮St. Croix

Estate Fareham Sugar Mill Along The Southern Coast of St. Croix

At the height of the Danish colonial era in St. Croix, the Estate Fareham Sugar Mill was one of 200+ sugar mills that dotted the island.
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Hell's Gate in northern Dominica
🇩🇲Dominica

Looking Straight Down on Hell’s Gate in Northern Dominica

Prohibitive seafaring conditions, marked by rough currents, extensive reefs, and rocky outcroppings, define Hell's Gate, Dominica. 
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Crêpe Ginger
Caribbean

Crêpe Ginger Healing Powers Extend Beyond Bush Medicine

Crêpe ginger's medicinal powers are well-known. This particular ginger, though, promotes healing that goes beyond typical therapeutics for me.
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Sunset 2020
🇧🇸Abaco

Sunsetting 2020 In Style In The Sea Of Abaco, The Bahamas

Caribbean sunsets often present much more than a pretty picture. Sometimes, for many of us, they're spiritually moving experiences.
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🇧🇸Staniel Cay

Beach Volleyball in the Shallows of Staniel Cay, The Bahamas

Bahamian beaches and volleyball pair beautifully together, though rarely in so uncommon a fashion as you’ll find at Staniel Cay.
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Christmas Sailing St Martin / St. Maarten
St. Martin/St. Maarten

Sailing the Caribbean for Christmas – All I Want; This or Any Year

Sailing the Caribbean for Christmas, is there a better way to spend the holidays? Trading burning-cold breezes for salty sea air.
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