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Barbados activities in 2019

Barbados Festivals Barbados IslandFit Games (May 10-11): IslandFit Games is one of the largest functional fitness competitions in the Caribbean. It provides an opportunity for athletes from all over to test their fitness against fellow athletes. Ninja Throwdown (May 11): The Ninja Throwdown is modeled off the “American Ninja Warrior” series and includes unique local twists. It’s the […]

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Barbados Festivals 2019

THE HOLETOWN FESTIVAL Barbados | Feb. 10-17, 2019 Website: http://www.holetownfestivalbarbados.org The Holetown Festival takes place in Holetown, Barbados, and celebrates the arrival of Holetown’s first settlers on Feb. 17, 1627. The week-long celebration occurs every year in mid-February and includes activities that showcase the culture and traditions of Barbados. Events include folk singing and dancing, sports […]

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Maho Beach Sint Maarten

Where to stay in Philipsburg, Sint Maarten?

Where to stay in Philipsburg, Sint Maarten? Many hotels and guesthouses in Philipsburg are back to normal, after the year of renovations from the devastating hurricanes Irma and Maria that hit the island in September 2017. The Top choices on the island are the  The Pasanggrahan Royal Boutique Hotel and The Holland House, both located on […]

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SCUBA Diving in Montserrat photo collage

SCUBA Diving in Montserrat West Indies

SCUBA Diving in Montserrat West Indies Here are some old and new photos from my SCUBA Dives in shores of little Island of Montserrat, British West Indies.                            

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Palm Beaches: Arts and Entertainment

Festivals, Films and Famous Names Fill Calendar, January – June 2018 WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (Jan. 16, 2018) — Along with 47 miles of pristine Atlantic Ocean beaches and an abundance of sunshine, The Palm Beaches in South Florida are home to a diverse and robust arts and entertainment scene. The Palm Beaches boast more […]

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Book about Montserrat for 1,500 USD ?

“Montserrat and Montserratians” photo book about little island of Montserrat in the Caribbean region is hard to find, although you can buy used for  lots of money… Used Book by Igor Kravtchenko and Howard Fergus about Montserrat for 1,500 USD ? Amazon.ca is selling a used copy of book about Montserrat for $1,500 USD. Montserrat And […]

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BARBADOS’ 2018 Annual Event Lineup

Barbados’ 2018 Annual Event Lineup There are many festivals, marathons and events in Barbados that make any time of year worthy of a visit. Visitors will be completely immersed in Bajan culture by checking out some of the events below: Holetown Festival – February 11-18, 2018 Known as one of the Seven Magnificent Festivals of […]

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DOMINICA – Natural Attractions Improving

  NEWS RELEASE Accessibility to Natural Attractions Improving Roseau, Dominica – (November 27, 2017) – Discover Dominica Authority is pleased to announce that steady progress is being made to ensure that Dominica’s most popular natural sites and attractions are accessible to the public.  The Forestry, Wildlife and National Parks Division, alongside various local and regional partners have […]

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Sint Maarten after devastating Irma hurricane

Photo reportage Nov 2017 Sint Maarten/ Saint Martin after devastating Irma hurricane.   When looking for the tickets to get to St. Maarten we realised that there was only American that is currently has flights from Miami. On arriving to SXM we noticed that the beautiful airport is closed and all the regular airport services […]

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Dominica Post Hurricane Maria Update

Dominica Post Hurricane Maria Update ROSEAU, DOMINICA (October 18, 2017) — Dominica was severely impacted by category 5 Hurricane Maria on September 18, 2017. Assessment of the country’s infrastructure, including roads, bridges and sites and attractions continues.  Updated information from daily press briefings are accessible at http://www.opm.gov.dm/. Following is an update on island services: Current […]

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