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St Lucia restaurant ideas

August 13, 2011

Long known as the “St Helen of the West Indies”, St Lucia is a beautiful, refined destination for travelers hoping to catch a glimpse of the “true Caribbean”. while many island nations in the region are flat and almost featureless, due to their geological heritage as the remains of ancient coral reefs, St Lucia terrain […]

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Turks and Caicos oceanfront resort ideas

August 12, 2011

Everyone has heard of Provo, but not many people have heard about Turks and Caicos oceanfront resort ideas. The Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) are a small island chain in the Caribbean. Geographically part of the Bahamas, the islands lie close Hispaniola (home of  Haiti and the Dominican Republic), and, surprisingly Cuba. The islands are […]

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Grand Case Beach Club: a St Martin resort

June 20, 2011

St Martin in the French West Indies is a popular destination, not only for North Americans, but also for visitors from the EU (St Martin is a part of the European Union). The French territory offers amazing beaches, superb shopping, and fine dining. There is also one other attractive feature of the island – privacy […]

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Caribbean weddings: Ladera St Lucia

June 20, 2011

Saint Lucia is recognized as being one of the most beautiful and romantic islands in the Caribbean. Originally nicknamed the “Helen of the West Indies” because of the island’s beauty, and beause the island changed hands repeatedly between the French and the British, today St Lucia is a favorite place for celebrities to tie the […]

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Caribbean hotels: Sands at Grace Bay

June 20, 2011

Located less than 90 minutes from Miami, but a world away in terms of scenery, luxury and relaxation, the Sands at Grace Bay is the perfect place to plan a Caribbean vacation. A classic “Caribbean hotel”, the Sands is located along the turquoise waters of Grace Bay, on the island of Providenciales, or “Provo”, the […]

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Things to do in Saint Martin

June 16, 2011

St Martin is part of the beautiful French West Indies in the Caribbean. Through it’s connection to France it also belongs European Union, and is safe, clean and quiet, perfect for either family vacations, or romantic getaways and Caribbean vacations. But what to do on St Martin? Boating, swimming and the beach Most people travel […]

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Saint Martin: basic information

June 16, 2011

Saint Martin is a small “collectivity” or overseas dependency of France that lies in the Caribbean Sea, just east of Puerto Rico. The Collectivity of Saint Martin shares an island with Sint Maarten, a Dutch overseas territory. As a part of France, Saint Martin belongs to the European Union, and uses the Euro. It’s a […]

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Saint Martin or Saint Maarten – what’s the difference?

June 16, 2011

You’re planning a Caribbean vacation. Perhaps you want to find a destination that is close to an American territory (say, Puerto Rico), but not actually in the US. You choose Saint Martin. Or Saint Maarten… Which is it? Saint Maarten (aka Sint Maarten) was formerly a Dutch island territory, but since 2010 has been recognized […]

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Siteseeing Tips Near Soufriere on St Lucia

June 16, 2011

St Lucia has gained fame as a romantic getaway at the edge of the Caribbean Sea. The forested volcanic peaks, white sand beaches and exclusive celebrity getaways have defined St Lucia as a luxury destination perfect for memorable weddings and honeymoons. But for those who venture beyond their Caribbean hotel, the island of St Lucia […]

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Investing in the Caribbean

June 15, 2011

The Caribbean region has experienced tremendous economic growth over the past two decades. The area is a global hotspot for tourism and real estate development, and most countries are stable parliamentary democracies with strong civil societies governed by the rule of law. Here are a few resources for those wishing to invest in the Caribbean. […]

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