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    Welcome to Les Saintes Island, Terre-De-Haut

    July 07, 2017 by Des Hotels et des Iles

    2 of les Saintes islands are populated: Terre-de-Haut and Terre-de-Bas. When you come to Guadeloupe, you must visit those charming islands. All you need is to jump onto the local ferry leaving from the capital city, Point a Pitre. There are also routes of transportation from St Francois or Trois Rivieres.

    The love Twist (Tourment d’Amour)

    Jump on the ferry and reach the island in no time. Once you reach the wharf, you will meet with locals selling the local delicacy of the island, the Tourment d’Amour: a cute little pie made of sponge cake with shredded coconut, a pinch of lime zest, a touch of vanilla and a taste of cinnamon sprinkle. This old timer recipe originates from the tradition of the fishermen's wives preparing this delicacy daily for their husbands coming back after a long day of labor at sea, giving them a taste of home.

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    Essential Caribbean Travel Items

    August 30, 2017 by Lisa Banks

      I have heard people say, “All I took on my trip to the Caribbean was a toothbrush and bathing suit." While there are those who can do just that, I am not one of them. I know that I can not be the only one who finds this impossible, so I decided to put together a must-have items list for travel to the Caribbean. When packing, you want all of your needs covered, but you do not want to get stuck lugging a two-ton suitcase around with you either. With the burden of baggage…
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    The History, Culture and Geography of the Bahamas

    August 28, 2017 by Lisa Banks

      The Bahamas is a country consisting of more than 3,000 islands, cays and islets in the Atlantic Ocean. Bahamas is located north of Cuba and Hispaniola (the Dominican Republic and Haiti), to the northwest of Turks and Caicos, the southeast of the US state of Florida, and the east of the Florida Keys. Its capital, located on the island of New Providence, is Nassau. The Bahamas territory encompasses 180,000 square miles of ocean space from the Cay Sal Bank and Cay Lobos (just…
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    Undiscovered Caribbean Islands to Visit Now

    August 23, 2017 by Karen Bahri

    Aruba, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic are a few amazing islands that are commonly thought about when planning an escape to the Caribbean. The choices are limitless, but sometimes an adventure is found in an area unexpected. The following is a list of islands under the radar that are less touristy and offer experiences that will appeal to those looking for seclusion, adventure or both, which means you will get the ultimate Caribbean vibe! The old Caribbean; safe, friendly…
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    How to Bring the Caribbean Back Home With You

    August 21, 2017 by Katelyn Dramis

    We all know about those pesky post-vacation blues. but what if there was a way to lessen that after-beach bummed out feeling you get when coming back from an awesome vacation in the Caribbean? Good news: there is! You don’t have to live in the Caribbean to bring a little bit of the bliss into your everyday life. Here are three easy ways to bring your Caribbean vacation home with you and fight off those post-vacay blues. 1. Add Some Color The Caribbean is incredibly…
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    What To Eat When You Visit The Caribbean

    August 14, 2017 by Desiree Lowe

      If you’ve never been to the Caribbean before, you might be tempted to think that every island offers pretty much the same thing. Don’t be tempted to think this way because it just simply isn’t true. Each island offers something unique, and this is especially true when it comes to the local cuisine. As an islander myself, I can tell you with certainty that no two islands will blend ingredients and flavors together in quite the same way. To take the guess work out…
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    Jamaica Me a Mrs.

    August 09, 2017 by Samantha Spurlock

    “We’re engaged!” One of the most exciting announcements to your family and friends. Like every other bride, I had a vision for our magical celebration - dressed in purple, feet dug deeply into sand, the sounds of waves crashing through our vows, surrounded by an intimate group of family and friends who helped us get to this perfect tropical moment. So, how do you do this if you have two huge families and your friends aren’t from your hometown? Destination weddings are…
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    Fort-de-France's Covered Market

    August 07, 2017 by Valerie Vulcain

      The highlight of any shopping adventure in Martinique is Le Grand Marché Couvert, or Covered Market, located in Fort-de-France. Designed by French architect Henri Picq and constructed in 1901 (later restored in 1989), this bustling bazaar is where locals have bought and sold essential Caribbean herbs, spices, produce and other goods for generations. Rows of fragrant spices, including the local curry powder known as “colombo,”…
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    Top Three Islands to Visit for Your Fashion Fix

    August 02, 2017 by Esther Lee Leach

    Many islands in the Caribbean have a fantastic style scene, which include fashion weeks that are open to the public. The clothing designers of the region are inspired by the melting pot of cultures, and the unbelievably beautiful landscapes. Here are the top three islands to get your fashion fix on your next vacation! 1. Jamaica: All of the hottest models of the moment are making their way to international runways from Jamaica. From Tami Williams to Kai Newman and Jeneil…
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    Crack Conch with Peas and Rice Recipe

    July 31, 2017 by Lisa Banks

      Crack Conch is the national dish of the Bahamas, and is truly a local favorite. Crack Conch is served 'scorched' (scored) and raw in lime juice or cracked (dipped in cracker crumbs, then fried). Some flavor this dish with Bajan seasonings - a mix of garlic, thyme, onion, marjoram and pepper. You can add this seasoning in dry ingredients for frying or add lime juice and oil to make a wet rub. Crack Conch is usually prepared and served…
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    Discover the Adult Way of Life At Majestic Resorts

    July 26, 2017 by Majestic Resorts

      The Majestic Resorts are pleased to offer an adults only experience (18 yrs +) within their hotels; Colonial Club, Elegance Club, and the Mirage Club. This is ideal for vacationers looking for the best services and amenities available in a dedicated section of each hotel, that offers an exclusive adults only ambience. Each Club offers a selection of luxurious room Categories to choose from with ocean views, outdoor jacuzzi’s, direct access to an adults only pool, VIP lounges, butler…
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