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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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Spurious Smile along Grande Terre Beach, Martinique
🇫🇷Martinique

Spurious Smile In The Shade Along Grande Terre Beach, Martinique

Not every skin teeth is a laugh. Smiles like this, which we happened across in Martinique recently, call to mind the old West Indian saying.
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Florida Keys Beaches don't get much better
🇺🇸Florida Keys

Dry Tortugas National Park, Home to The Best Florida Keys Beaches

Florida Keys beaches don't do much for Caribbean boys like us. There are, however, a few exceptions in the Dry Tortugas National Park.
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Baie à Ferret
🇭🇹Haiti

Baie à Ferret – Mooring in the Footsteps of Henry Morgan

Baie à Ferret. Île-à-Vache. Haiti. At first blush it seemed plucked straight out of some classic pirate novel. The perfect hurricane hole.
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Hemingway House
🇺🇸Florida Keys

Hemingway House, Key West – A Singular Structure in the Southernmost City

The handsome French Colonial facade of Hemingway House espouses a romantic, palpably emotive air that I find intoxicating, soulful, and a little bit sad.
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Barbados beach
🇧🇧Barbados

Yes, Barbados Still has a Queen… For Now

Even though Barbados gained its independence from Britain in 1966, the Queen of England has remained the constitutional monarch and head of state for now.
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