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Summer Spa and Wellness – Rejuvenating Escapes with a Caribbean Edge

It’s surely a loyal trend in travel, and not surprising that everyone likes to escape from stress these days. That’s why the changes and arrivals on the spa and wellness scene around the Caribbean are so interesing right now. It all reflects the wide range of audience that appreciates the benefits of a renewal in […]

Marigot Bay: St. Lucia’s Tranquil and Magic Port

If you’re like me, you’ve had the traveler’s letdown in coming away from a destination that does not meet the expectations created by the guidebook or brochure descriptions you read beforehand. Marigot Bay on St. Lucia is not only an exception to that, but goes beyond by really living up to the meaning of words […]

Starwood Sets November St. Regis Opening in Puerto Rico

Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. said it is gearing up for the November opening of The St. Regis Bahia Beach, Puerto Rico, the island’s first luxury project since 1997. The company said the $172 million resort is nearly sold out for the December holidays, underscoring the recovery in luxury hospitality.

The St. Regis opening […]

St. Maarten’s Capital Shopping Pleasures

On a typical mid-week afternoon, St. Maarten’s capital of Philipsburg becomes a true global get-together of merchandise and travelers in search of some of the best bargains in the Caribbean. This seaside port on the island’s Dutch side boasts a concentration of shops that really seems to draw the widest spectrum of shopper from around […]

Essential Reading: Getting Your Caribbean Style Right

People with an interesting book to write often also have something interesting to tell about themselves. In the case of the author of Manners and Entertaining with Marguerite Gordon: A Guide to Caribbean Life, there is much which is both interesting and unusual to tell. Marguerite Gordon’s own story began on Jamaica, where in her […]

Jamaican Farm Dinners by Moonlight

There’s something magical about a leisurely meal taken out under a Caribbean sunset as it deepens into a clear tropical night, with the evening star and all the heavens as your eternal overhead lamps. I’ve had the pleasure of doing this from idyllic locations stretching from the Bahamas to the Cayman Islands to Jamaica and […]

Traveler’s Corner: Cayman Trip Review

We really enjoyed the Retreat. We had a nice view of the ocean and the condo was well-equipped and very comfortable. We had one issue while we were there … the day we checked in, we were swimming alone in the pool and saw someone sneaking out of the pool as he had been looking […]

Grand Cayman’s Other Green Side

Like many first-time arrivals into Grand Cayman, the Cayman Islands were strongly linked in my mind to the world of offshore financial services. But the reality that you quickly encounter and easily reach once you get beyond the plazas with their banks around George Town is a different kind of green altogether. These are the […]

Old San Juan – Vibrant Fusion of Two Worlds

Like many travelers in the region, I used to pass frequently through San Juan, Puerto Rico just as a connecting hub until fortunately I had a layover there. Then I discovered some of the wealth that its original quarter of “El Viejo San Juan” or Old San Juan contains. I finally got to explore the […]

St. Kitts Traveler Review

Our recent visit to St Kitts was twofold: vacation and for me to receive my PhD in Behavioural Health from International University for Graduate Studies.

The Marriott was very nice for the most part. The rooms are quite nice, big, roomy and nice lanais. The pools are great and no worries about personal effects. Chocolates […]