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Caribbean Living Fall 2015

Caribbean Living takes you beyond the beach, to the heart of the Caribbean and the most exquisite travel destinations. Jump into each issue and discover the best of Caribbean travel.

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Caribbean Living Magazine, Inc
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IN THIS ISSUE

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letter from the publisher

This has to be one of my favorite times of the year – autumn! I know, you’re staring at me with wide eyes, wondering what difference the time of year could make in the gorgeous Caribbean. There’s a distinct change in the air…really, there is. Maybe the island destinations and magnificent shorelines touched by the Caribbean Sea, from the Yucatán Peninsula to South America, don’t see the drastic leaf changes as in other parts of the world, but you can still feel it. Maybe it’s just my anticipation of the cooler temps and oodles of snow that will bring tons of visitors flocking to the area. It could be that because, right now, things are less crowded and really accessible, making it one of my favorite times to frolic as…

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contributors

Director of Photography Andrew Innerarity It's all about triggering emotion via imagery. When I convey the very essence of a situation with a single photograph, then I am complete, because the viewer understands more than the moment, they know the situation. Editor Jordan Simon Closing the bar down with the Lupis and co. over rhum vieux or rosé at The Hermitage. Savoring the world's finest mango French toast at Ottley's with a clutch of Keusches. Spa sojourning with Nature at the Four Seasons Nevis. That's just one island nation: Vive la Caribbean! Contributor Jeff Sobel For me the Caribbean is a lifestyle, best enjoyed with a drink in one hand and a good book in the other. Contributor Heidi Putman “The world is a book and those that do not travel read only one page” –St. Augustine This quote speaks volumes…

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island dates not to miss

OCTOBER Tobago closes September and opens October for international cycling enthusiasts with a scenic tour of virtually all areas of the island, Tour of Tobago, September 29 – October 4. www.trinbagowheelers.com Further north, look out for some “girl versus guy” action in Saint Croix, where it’s all about who can make the best catch, during the U.S. Virgin Islands: 15th Annual Golden Hook Guy/Gal Reel Challenge, October 3, www.fishstx.com. Stay a few days longer, enjoying the exhilarating open water race with a grand celebration onshore for the Annual VI Coral Reef Swim, October 13. www.swimrace.com In the Bahamas, boats tack in for one of the region’s largest sailing events, complete with onshore Bahamian festivities and gastronomic feasts at the North Eleuthera Sailing Regatta, October 8 – 12. Then professional and amateur swimmers tackle…

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new & noteworthy

BY AVAROSALES Cuba Ladies traveling solo, here is an opportunity to explore a hidden culture in the comfort of a small ship that caters to travelers venturing out on their own in Cuba. “Havana to Cienfuegos” explores the western side of the island of Cuba, known for its music and popular cigars. Enjoy eight days of tours to private art galleries, music venues, ecological scenery, snorkeling, swimming, and so much more. Translators aboard ship make the journey effortless. This remarkable experience is a once-in-a-lifetime cultural exchange opportunity. Rates range from $4,899 - $5,999, depending on cabin class. Price includes seven nights on either the Panorama or Panorama II, all meals from arrival in Cuba to breakfast on day of departure, mandatory Cuban medical insurance and transportation as per itinerary. For a complete itinerary:…

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crossing the mangrove

Francis Sancher is dead, and the villagers of Riviere au Sel couldn’t be happier. Uniquely structured, Crossing the Mangrove delivers a poignant tale through a different character’s perspective with every chapter, each acting as a puzzle piece fitting into the larger web of the life and death of this polarizing outsider, Francis Sancher. Set on the French island of Guadeloupe, Condé masterfully draws together a wide variety of nuanced characters for a wake – an unusual time of reflection where certain people who ordinarily would never want to be seen with one another are forced into a temporary truce. In this small town, gossip spreads like wildfire and there is no bigger target than Francis. It seems as though everybody has a reason for hating — or loving — him, and in learning…

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oasis off the coast

A new oasis is blossoming in America’s backyard. On a small Bahamian island just 50 miles off the coast of Florida, Resorts World Bimini is expanding to provide a luxurious adult playground that combines Miami chic with Caribbean rustic charm. Resorts World encompasses 750 acres of North Bimini Island with its lush landscape, vibrant villas, new casino, pools, and plenty of ocean activities... along with some of the finest big-game fishing in the world. Now, in a joint venture with Hilton, a brand new hotel is rising right in the center of it all. Guests can arrive in no time via plane, boat, or even aboard Resorts World’s very own ship departing from the Port of Miami - making it the first and only cruise-resort destination in the world. However you decide…

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