Shark Oil Shops of Trinidad: Uncommon Attraction
Rum shops are everywhere in Trinidad. Roti shops are too. Where you don't find either of them, sometimes you'll find shark oil shops.
Singularly Sweet Shell Beach, St. Barts
There are only four such shores like these anywhere in the world, a fact that keeps St. Barts at or near the top of my travel wish list year after year.
V. C. Bird Monument, Antigua: Uncommon Attraction
It's near about impossible to venture into St. John's, the vibrant capital of Antigua and Barbuda, without seeing the V. C. Bird Monument.
Peace Hill Sugar Mill, St. John: Uncommon Attraction
Few places in St. John, or anywhere else in the Virgin Islands for that matter, offer such awe-inspiring views as those on offer atop Peace Hill.
Nazareth Lutheran Church, St. John: Uncommon Attraction
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.
Digging Conch Bar Caves in Middle Caicos, TCI
It's not Rio Camuy (Puerto Rico) or Grotte Marie Jeanne (Haiti), but the Conch Bar Caves do offer surprising bit of soft adventuring that's 180-degrees from the usual beach 'n chill pursuits so common in TCI.
Archbishop’s Palace, Trinidad: Uncommon Attraction
The Magnificent Seven, a collection of ornate, historic mansions lining the famed Queens Park Savanah in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, stand out among the Caribbean's finest examples of grand and distinctive architecture. Arguably the most distinctive of the bunch: Archbishop's Palace.
Alto Vista Chapel, Aruba: Uncommon Attraction
The story of this quaint, cute, and colorfully cozy little church in Aruba makes me think of The Little Train That Could. It's called the Alto Vista Chapel, and despite the fact that it holds the distinction of being Aruba's very first church, by all rights, it probably shouldn't exist anymore.
Notre Dame de l’Assomption in Terre-de-Haut, Guadeloupe: Uncommon Attraction
Notre Dame de l'Assomption, also known more simply as Le Eglise de Terre-de-Haut, stands out among the various souvenir shops, eateries, and bars in the most commercial corner of Terre-de-Haut, Guadeloupe.