Cold and still broke from the holidays? Well, here’s some good news: I’ve rounded up a posse of fabulous Caribbean resorts (like Casablanca Hotel in San Juan, Puerto Rico, above) that you can enjoy for less than $150 a night, and I’m sharing them in my article over on […]
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If you’re considering a Caribbean cruise you definitely want to check out Royal Caribbean‘s newest ship, Anthem of the Seas, which started sailing from Bayonne in New Jersey in November. Take a look at the video I made and find out all you need to know about this game-changing ship […]
If you’re searching for a Caribbean island getaway where yours will be the only footprints in the sand, stop right now! Because I’ve found 11 private-island resorts (including Peter Island, where I am here) where you can enjoy your own Caribbean kingdom – if only for a week. […]
I went to the Bahamas and fell in love. With a toilet. Now, before you judge me, let me explain. It’s one of the computerized commodes in the Hartford Wing of the One & Only Ocean Club resort on Paradise Island in the Bahamas, an oceanfront cloister where the well-heeled […]
Think you know the Caribbean? Think again! There’s more to the region than just Jamaica, Aruba and the Dominican Republic. So on today I’m sharing 11 largely undiscovered islands (such as Anegada, where I am here) that you may never have even heard of but which are DEFINITELY worth the […]
It’s the Caribbean conundrum: So many beach bars; so little time! So over on Yahoo Travel I’m sharing the region’s top 20 places to swig on the sand. From Anguilla to St. Vincent, Grand Cayman to Martinique, there’s a water’s edge watering hole with your name on it. Check ’em […]
Beyond Seven Mile Beach and Stingray City, there’s a side of Grand Cayman that islanders have been keeping to themselves. Until now. In my article for Yahoo Travel, discover eight ways to enjoy the 75-square-mile island like a local, no snorkel gear required.
This is Winston Butler, head pastry chef at Virgin Gorda’s Bitter End Yacht Club. Winston started making his now-famous key lime pies in 1979 and its since become so popular that he now bakes as many as 20 a day. What could make a pie so good that visiting yachties […]
Believe it or not, the highest point in the Kingdom of the Netherlands isn’t in Holland; it’s actually in the Caribbean! Read all about my adventure hiking to the top of Mount Scenery on the tiny Dutch Caribbean territory of Saba in this story I wrote for Caribbean Journal.
It’s not easy to vacation affordably on Provo, the pricey tourist hub of the Turks and Caicos Islands. But it IS possible! Get all my wallet-friendly hotel, dining, sightseeing and shopping tips in this article I wrote for Travel + Leisure. (You can thank me later.)
If, like me, you’re a runner, chances are that you’re training for a fall or spring race right now. Well, I’ve found nine Caribbean events for you to add to your race calendar, so you can pursue that PR in Paradise – no cold-weather gear required. Wander on over […]
During a recent trip to Nevis I met met a talented Trini artist, Deborah Tyrell, whose work – intricate fabric collages – really impressed me. I shared her story this week with the readers of Caribbean Journal, where I’m the travel editor. And if you click here, I’ll share it […]