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 […]
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 you like pina coladas (and getting caught in the rain) you’ll want to read my story on USA Today about the famous coconut-and-pineapple cocktail, which was invented in San Juan, where two bars claim to be its birthplace. Which one is the real deal? You’ll have to read the […]
I NEVER need a reason to visit Anguilla. But just in case you do, check out my list of the top 10 things to do on the idyllic Caribbean isle over on USA Today.com.
Have you been to the Four Seasons Nevis? If not, let me take you there with these three videos I made this summer with my friends at JetSetExtra. Then start planning your trip!
I spent a week in Nevis recently, a magical trip that revolved around two resorts and imbibing at least that many tumblers of rum punch a day. After all, every hotel seemed to have their signature libation, and it would have been rude to refuse them, no? While they were […]
I blame my mother. Although I grew up in England and Jamaica, she made sure to introduce me to the culinary delights of her Bajan homeland: coconut-laced sweetbread; unctuous cassava pone; pan-fried flying fish; and my favorite, the tangy pickled pork dish, souse. But I’d never even heard of “bread-and-two” […]
I know: You’ve been itching to find out more about me and my super-fun trip to Guadeloupe. Well, today’s your lucky day because my fabulous and talented writer friend Rebecca Wallwork is featuring me and my trip on her sun-drenched blog, Gone Sunny. Click here to find out why I […]
“I’m gonna need a nap,” I think, as a comforting warmth courses through my body and my head starts to feel heavy and list ever so slightly to the side. No, I’m not in the middle of a soothing massage. I’m fully clothed and upright – well, sorta. The cause […]
When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. When it brings you heartache, make dessert. At least that’s the case in Guadeloupe, where they’ve been baking a tempting tart called Tourment d’Amour (Torment of Love) for generations. As the story goes, Caroline (a young girl from Terre-de-Haut, one of the five […]