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Caribbean Living Fall 2016

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

Hello my friends, Welcome to the second half of the year. I find autumn to be a season marked by subtle changes. It’s not the vibrant outburst that is spring, but to me it is more of a season for things to settle down and get cozy. Join us on a trip to do just that in St. Lucia, and then pop over to our New & Noteworthy section where Ava finds an unexpected treasure in Turks & Caicos. There’s more on this island than new hotels and fantastic beaches…check it out. While you’re mulling over this issue and logging on to book your next trip, keep in mind that Jeff’s Beach Bar None only requires a trip to St. Barths. The ease with which he slips from one of…

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contributors

ANDREW INNERARITY Director of Photography 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. CAMILA LAVORI Creative Director Beach chic is an absolute must in the Caribbean. You want to look effortless and relaxed yet put together at the same time. Fortunately, that doesn’t require much when most days are spent enjoying the gorgeous beaches. For me, it’s all about a great bikini, gold strappy sandals, and a silk print tunic. Top it off with a floppy sun hat and I'm all set! JEFF SOBEL Contributor For me the Caribbean is a lifestyle, best enjoyed with a drink in one hand…

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island dates not to miss

OCT Off the northeast coast of Jamaica is where the month’s actions begin. At sea, it’s anglers doing what they do best and festivities abound on Port Antonio’s shores, at the Port Antonio Marlin Tournament, October 1 – 8. www.visitjamaica.com/port-antonio-marlin-tournament During this time, there’s smooth sailing at “one of the largest racing events,” for the Islands of the Bahamas, as the Eleuthera Sailing Regatta gets underway, October 5 – 10. Dock in the Andros islands, so as not to miss the next event where conch dishes are sublime and supreme – after all, just the thought of the Bahamas seems to evoke a yearning for conch. Festival goers will learn the history and culture of this delicacy from the sea and how South Andros catches, cracks, skins and serves it…

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new & noteworthy

Turks & Caicos The only blues allowed on the white sands of Long Beach are the sea blue vistas where sky seems to meet sea. The Shore Club, with its elegant European design and splendor, is a sure thing for the perfect luxury-lifestyle respite. Open the doors to one of 106 ocean view suites and six luxury villas. With the options of junior, one-, two- or three bedrooms, and even two penthouses – whatever the accommodation need, there’s definitely a solution waiting for you. Enjoy the “suite” life, but with nine acres of lush tropical foliage and pristine beach, a simple stroll may just be in order, after a sumptuous meal at the resort’s Peruvian Japanese restaurant. Meanwhile, heating things up poolside are an array of private cabanas and even…

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the spa uncommon

If you’re not careful, you might accidentally pass the spa, strolling down the lush pathway of villas leading to the sea. The unassuming entrance of two tranquil fountains bubbling amongst the sound of birds chirping on the sunny trail of Le Guanahani Resort reminds me I'm in the Caribbean. Upon stepping inside, it feels like being transported away to a serene landscape that looks as though France and Bali have converged.I’m cooled from the hot day by the shade and twirling fan of the mahogany ceiling above, welcoming me into this tranquil hideaway. Beyond the open lobby I see a pathway back outside over a koi pond leading to an aqua blue pool, white wooden relaxation hut, solarium, and all the way beyond to the green mountainside and the sea.“Bonjour!”…

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st. barths... i‘ve made it!

Luckily Winair services the 15 minute jaunt across the sea for those who don’t happen to have a yacht at their disposal this season. With a flight every hour or so, Winair has been making the islands like St. Barths even more accessible for over 50 years as one of the first airlines around. Be sure to carry a camera on your person as this trip is more of a scenic tour than a connecting flight with spectacular views at 1,000 feet. I soar over countless yachts and sailboats docked offshore and cruise over the lush green hillside before touching down at St. Barths’ boutique airport. Stepping off the plane the first thing in sight is the bright blue sea just beyond the runway – I’ve made it! Jean-Phillipe, assistant…

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