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🇫🇷Martinique

Scaling Mt Pelée With ZeroToCruising.com: Uncommon Envy

The tallest peak in Martinique and one of the most notorious volcanoes in the Caribbean, Mt. Pelée has captivated my imagination for as long as I can remember.
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🇫🇷Martinique

Floating Around In The Shadow Of Mt. Pelée, Martinique

Sometimes the best views can be found laying back atop the waves and gazing straight up...
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Playa Negra Black Sand Beach, Vieque
🇵🇷Puerto Rico

Playa Negra, Vieques: An Out of Place Black Sand Beach

Located on the southern shore of Vieques just east of the Blue Horizon Boutique Resort, the aptly named Playa Negra is not for everyone.
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🇩🇲Dominica

Skirting Two Seas at Scotts Head, Dominica: Uncommon Attraction

Amazing things happen where two bodies of water come together, nowhere more so in Dominica than at Scotts Head.
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🇩🇲Dominica

Ti Kwen Glocho – Unwind Unsullied Up-River in Dominica

Translated from Creole, Ti Kwen Glocho means "little corner of hot water." This natural spa, though, offers a lot more than its name implies.
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🇩🇲Dominica

Bubble Beach Spa, Dominica: Uncommon Attraction

For a more uncommon spa experience than you can find at Dominica's popular sulphur spas, go to St. Mark's Church in Soufriere for the Bubble Beach Spa.
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Soufriere Hills Volcano from Garibaldi Hill by Patrick Bennett
🇲🇸Montserrat

Soufriere Hills Volcano from Garibaldi Hill Montserrat

Soufriere Hills Volcano when viewed from the safe distance of Garibaldi Hill sheds its bestial persona for something much more serene.
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Destroyed Plymouth Town Montserrat by Patrick Bennett
🇲🇸Montserrat

Plymouth Montserrat: Pummeled But Not Forgotten

Plymouth was the place until 1995 when Soufriere Hills Volcano volcano wiped it from the map in a matter of hours — burying it under 39 ft of boiling mud.
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Black Sand Beaches Montserrat
🇲🇸Montserrat

Montserrat Island’s Beautiful Black Sand Beaches

Made by temperamental and destructive Soufriere Hills Volcano, Montserrat's distinctive black sand beaches are actually made of teeny-tiny pieces of lava.
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