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The Caribbean’s Best Summer Festivals

The Caribbean’s Best Summer Festivals

If you’re heading to the Caribbean, resist the temptation to spend every moment sunny-side up on the beach. With all sorts of festivals going on this summer, from Anguilla to Aruba and St. Lucia to St. Kitts, there are plenty of reasons to skip the sand, even if only for […]

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by × May 23, 2014 × 0 comments

Resorts

Three Key-Free Caribbean Resorts

Three Key-Free Caribbean Resorts

The first time I checked into a resort where my room didn’t automatically come with a key, I balked. After all, I’m from Jamaica, where, sadly, we’d never dream of leaving our doors unlocked. But a funny thing happened after my first 24 hours on property: Being relieved of the […]

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by × January 6, 2014 × 3 comments

Cuisine, Resorts, Travel

Five Caribbean Things To Before You Die

Five Caribbean Things To Before You Die

There’s nothing wrong with just lying on a lounge chair and soaking up the sun, a frosty pina colada in one hand and a trashy novel in the other. But the Caribbean is so much more than just a string of beach-fringed island outposts. And it would be a real […]

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by × August 7, 2013 × 12 comments

Shopping

Five Caribbean Souvenirs You MUST Buy

Five Caribbean Souvenirs You MUST Buy

Stumped for a Caribbean souvenir? I shared five fab suggestions over on The Huffington Post – plus the one item you should NEVER buy! Get the scoop right here

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by × July 31, 2013 × 0 comments

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The Best Beaches For Families

The Best Beaches For Families

  Looking for a family-friendly Caribbean beach? I wrote about my favorites in a guest post for Kidventurous. Check it out here, then pack up the gang and get going!

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by × June 5, 2013 × 0 comments

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The Caribbean’s Top Five Beaches

The Caribbean’s Top Five Beaches

Looking for a great Caribbean beach to plant your bum? I wrote about five of my favorites over on Cheap Caribbean’s blog. Check out the post here, then come back and share your own picks in the comments.

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by × May 29, 2013 × 0 comments

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Six Surprising Caribbean Souvenirs

Six Surprising Caribbean Souvenirs

Let’s face it: No one needs another T-shirt or fridge magnet. So I wrote about some of my favorite uncommon Caribbean souvenirs in a guest post for the lovely ladies over at Travelista TV. Check it out here and tell me what you think.

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by × May 21, 2013 × 0 comments

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Reason #217 to Visit Anguilla

Reason #217 to Visit Anguilla

As if swanky resorts, gourmet-standard restaurants, and 33 pristine white-sand beaches aren’t enough, here’s one more reason to visit Anguilla this year: Anguilla Lit Fest. The island’s second annual “literary jollification” is a celebration of all things reading- and writing-related that runs May 23-26 at Paradise Cove resort, featuring meet-and-greets, […]

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by × May 6, 2013 × 0 comments

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Like A Local: Anguilla

Like A Local: Anguilla

I can tell you what to do where to do it until the cows come home, but wouldn’t you rather hear it straight from the source? In this new series, I nab knowledgeable locals and get them to reveal the insider intel on the destinations they call home so you […]

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by × April 1, 2013 × 7 comments

Shopping

BuyDay Friday: Anguilla’s Niftiest Souvenir

BuyDay Friday: Anguilla’s Niftiest Souvenir

How cool is this bottle opener? I stumbled upon it at Seaspray, a souvenir shop and smoothie stand in South Hill, and just couldn’t resist picking one up. Made from painted plywood, the ingenious “rasta-head” design features a nail “tooth” for prying off the bottle cap, and there are two […]

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by × March 29, 2013 × 0 comments

Resorts

Luxury Included on Anguilla

Luxury Included on Anguilla

You’re chauffeured to your suite in a Lexus SUV, so from the moment you arrive at Cap Juluca, one of Anguilla’s swankiest resorts, the bar is set pretty high. And Cap J doesn’t disappoint, with 98 spacious suites serviced by almost 400 hundred staff, a captivating white-sand beach at Maunday’s […]

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by × February 21, 2013 × 0 comments

Shopping

BuyDay Friday: Mexico’s Angels

BuyDay Friday: Mexico’s Angels

I first came across these handcarved wood angels on a trip to Tulum a few years ago, where they lined the walls of Mixik, a fabulous craft store with two locations in the bohemian beach town. I was instantly enchanted by the cherubs’ glass eyes, the rough-hewn textures of the […]

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by × January 11, 2013 × 0 comments