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    The REAL ID Act Changes Restrictions for Flying Domestically in the US

    by Staff Writer

    UPDATE: As part of the US government's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, President Trump announced on March 23, 2020 that the deadline for implementation of the REAL ID Act has been postponed.

    “We’re postponing the deadline for compliance with Real ID requirements,” Trump announced at a press conference at the White House. “At a time when we’re asking Americans to maintain social distance, we do not want to require people to go to their local DMV. We will be announcing the new deadline very soon.”

    Domestic airline passengers would have been required to present a REAL ID identification at the airport starting on October 1, 2020. This post will be updated accordingly as soon as a new implementation date is known.

    The REAL ID Act 2005 was passed by the United States Congress, enacting the 9/11 Commission's recommendation that the Federal Government "set standards for the issuance of sources of identification, such as driver's licenses." The… Read More

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    Top Three Islands to Visit for Your Fashion Fix

    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

    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

    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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    Discover Barbados: A Phenomenal Coral Island

    by Lisa Banks

      Barbados is a "coral island" that was pushed out of sea by volcanic activity thousands of years ago. On the West Coast of Barbados, one can see and experience coral shore beaches of fine white sand along a blue-green sea. Coral reefs are the periphery of the Barbados shoreline, providing superb snorkeling and scuba diving. On the East Coast, consistent trade wind gusts bring vibrant surf of waves that hammer against the rocky shores. The constant breeze of the trade winds creates…
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    Habitation Céron, the Not-to-be-Missed Eco Friendly Site, at the Crossroads of Martinique's Heritage

    by Valerie Vulcain

      Habitation Céron is home to 300 year-old famous Zamana tree, classified as the largest visible tree of the Lesser Antilles and nominated for France's tree of the year 2016. At Habitation Céron, cocoa trees are regularly planted as part of the revival of the cocoa production in Martinique. Once the estate’s cocoa beans are harvested, they are roasted and then ground in order to either make 100%…
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    Top 3 Reasons Why Saint Lucia Will Be Your Next Vacation Destination

    by Esther Lee Leach

    Imagine an island where you can bask all day in the sun, or go on an adventure and hike to the top of the world-famous mountains, The Pitons. Where you can stay at a boutique inn or a luxury resort. A place perfect for lovers, families, and friends; where the locals will treat you like family. That perfect vacation destination is the island of Saint Lucia! Here are the top three reasons why the island will be your next ticket to paradise. 1. Accommodation: If a small intimate…
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    Three Things to Do in Tulum, Mexico

    by Katelyn Dramis

    An hour from Playa del Carmen rests Tulum, a beautiful paradise on the Caribbean coast of Mexico. While vacationing in the Yucatan peninsula, I decided to take a break from the unlimited pina coladas and resort life to experience more of Mexico’s true beauty. The result? A full day wandering around Tulum, and falling completely in love with this little slice of heaven. With beautiful beaches, crystal clear water, and the Mayan city of Tulum overlooking the sea, it’s easy to see…
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    Welcome to Les Saintes Island, Terre-De-Haut

    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…
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    7 Reasons to Take a Family Vacation to Martinique

    by Valerie Vulcain

      Martinique is truly “a little bit of France in the Caribbean.” It exudes an alluring and distinctly French sensibility along with an endearing West Indian warmth in its personality, a special spice in its music and dance, its local dishes, cultural heritage, and way of life. 2/3 of the island is a nature park, with a beautiful…
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    La Frégate Bleue in Martinique is a Gem in the French Caribbean

    by La Frégate Bleue

    La Frégate Bleue is a small hotel located on the island of Martinique, in the French Caribbean. This hotel caters to travelers, but also business guests. Located in the village of le Francois, on the east coast of the island, La Fregate Bleue is centrally located, which is an ideal location when visiting this island. Only 5 minutes from downtown, this hotel has a panoramic view of the Atlantic side, nested in a green and quiet environment. The beach is only at 150 feet and…
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