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A short guide about Jamaican Food

02/14/2016 in Jamaica

Jamaica is known for its dance and reggae music, Montego Bay, Negril, Ocho Rios and of course Dunns River Falls. However, you will be hard pressed to hear travellers talking about the culinary scene in Jamaica. Read through this blog and get to discover the secrets of Jamaican cuisine. The secrets are presented in point format;

1. First of all, you...


What To Do in San Juan in 36 Hours

02/12/2016 in San Juan

San Juan is a captivating place. It has had many visitors who visited and decided to become its citizens. It is as addictive as it is beautiful. There are hundreds of interesting things to do and you will always be hard pressed for time. From hiking, surfing, sunbathing and fine dining to visiting the zoos, high energy clubs, museums, art...


The Natural Wonders of Barbados

02/12/2016 in Barbados

Discovered by Spanish sailors in the 15th century, Barbados is a Caribbean Island that is located about 400 miles north east of Trinidad and Tobago. It is an island country located in the Lesser Antilles. It measures 34 kilometers long and 23 kilometers wide on a 431 square kilometers land mass. Since it is situated on the outside of the...


Costa Rican Hotels for Lovebirds

02/12/2016 in Costa Rica

You have never treated your lover like a queen/king that they deserve to be if you have never taken them to the lover's nests in Central America. These are places haunted by the Hollywood celebrities who discovered early on that the easiest way to happiness is taking holidays as regularly as possible.

Costa Rica in Central America is one of the...


To Die For Beaches In The Caribbean

02/13/2016 in Anywhere

The Caribbean's turquoise waters and sandy beaches make for a fantastic relaxation and rejuvenation holiday. The tropical weather and sun make it a great escape for those keen on avoiding winter in the northern hemisphere. Below are Caribbean's top beaches;

1. Shaol Bay, Anguilla

Look out for the Hollywood stars for chitchat. The pearly white beach is located on the island's...


Top 5 destination wedding spots in the Caribbean

02/05/2016 in Anywhere

One of the most significant changes in the wedding industry in the last 10 years is the emergence of destination weddings. This is a phenomenon where a couple contracts a wedding company to look for a wedding destination based on their set of requirements and preferences.

Fortunately for you, after reading this post, you may not require a wedding expert to...


Best Beachfront Restaurants in Ocho Rios

02/04/2016 in Saint Ann

Ocho Rios is Spanish for 'eight rivers' and is a Jamaican town in the parish of Saint Ann on the north coast. It is a popular holiday destination with attractions such as Columbus Park, maritime artifacts and Spanish colonial buildings. It is said that it is the first place that Christopher Columbus supposedly came to land. As such, the place...


Best Burger joints in Aruba

02/04/2016 in Aruba

Along with Netherlands, Curaçao and Sint Maarten, Aruba is one of the four islands in the Lesser Antilles that form a Dutch territory known as the Kingdom of Netherlands.

The country lies outside the Atlantic Hurricane Belt and features a dry climate and an arid, cactus-strewn landscape which guarantees visitors a warm weather throughout the year. If you live in the...


10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Anguilla But Should

02/03/2016 in Anguilla

Anguilla is one of the British overseas territories located on the leeward side of the Lesser Antilles. The island is a holidaymaker's haven. Even better is the fact that it is a tax haven and thus attracts businessmen from all over the world. If you are planning a visit there, you need to know the following;

1.    It is a tax...


It's Impossible to be Blue in Colorful Curacao!

01/25/2016 in Curacao

Curaçao’s popularity is growing fast among Canadian travellers is rapidly growing. Why? Because this idyllic island has so much to offer:

  • The island is influenced by more than 50 cultures, the main ones being Dutch, Spanish and African-Caribbean. This cultural fusion, along with Curaçao’s welcoming people and laid-back lifestyle, are what set it apart. 
  • The island offers warm weather and glistening beaches typically found...