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Caribbean LivingCaribbean Living

Caribbean Living Fall 2018

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.

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United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Caribbean Living Magazine, Inc
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letter from the publisher

CARIBBEAN REGIONAL SALES DIRECTOR: Sales@CaribbeanLivingMagazine.com www.CaribbeanLivingMagazine.com Caribbean Living Magazine (Volume 11, Issue 3; ISSN 1941-1936) Published Quarterly by Caribbean Living Magazine, Inc., 10097 Cleary Blvd, Plantation, FL 33324. ©2018 by Caribbean Living Magazine, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Publisher assumes no liability for the representations contained herein. Caribbean Living Magazine is not responsible for the return or care of unsolicited material. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form without the prior written consent of Caribbean Living Magazine, Inc Printed in the USA @cltravelon Instagram @caribbeanlivingon Twitter Like us by visiting:facebook.com/caribbeanliving ■…

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editor

Happy autumn...I love sharing every issue with you all, but this one holds a special place in my heart. Autumn is my favorite time of year. I love the light that comes with this season, the proximity to so many fun holidays and the subtle shift in the air’s temperature. I say this every year, so I will not break tradition. I love the fall and this issue we have so many amazing things to share with you. Join me on an unforgettable trip with my friends, the Shahidis, to Barbados. We took full advantage of some of the most interesting and entertaining things to do on the island. Check that piece out and I’m sure you’ll be retracing our steps and enjoying the best of Barbados well before…

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contributors

AMY SEDEÑO Contributor As a self-proclaimed @hotelista I do quite a bit of traveling, and from holding a tarantula in an ancient site in Guatemala to drinking high tea in Dubai, and petting grey whales in Baja, you bet I’ve got stories to tell. AVA ROSALES Features Editor The Caribbean life is the life for me. Danielle Krause Contributor Exploring the fascinating variety of this exquisitely beautiful blue planet nourishes and fulfills my spirit. Being able to delight and inspire you, by sharing some of these travel gems is an even greater gift. Enjoy! ROBIN SUBAR Contributor I'm a photojournalist in the Chicago area and a regular contributor to many…

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island dates not to miss

2018 Elan Trotman Jazz Excursion – October 4-8, 2018 Headed into its 5th year, this jazz music festival is led by renowned contemporary jazz saxophonist, Elan Trotman, to celebrate Barbados’ musical history and diverse culture. Taking place during Columbus Day Weekend, headliners include platinum selling and Grammy award winning saxophonist Najee and the Grammy nominated singer Maysa, formerly of the group Incognito. There are a bevy of activities for golf enthusiasts with events taking place at some of Barbados’ finest golf courses, including Sandy Lane Country Club, Barbados Golf Club and Apes Hill Golf Club. A full line up of events and acts will be released soon. www.barbadosjazzexcursion.com Barbados Surf Festival – November 8-11, 2018Held every November – and renamed…

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new & noteworthy

Anguilla Settled on Anguilla’s secluded West End is the uber-exclusive Altamer resort. A work of art in their design and featuring an impressive collection of artwork, the geometrically designed Antilles Pearl, Blue Diamond and African Sapphire villas together can accommodate up to 40 guests. This slice of heaven eagerly awaits discerning travelers. What does one do in their own 12,000 square feet of luxurious comfort and a 360 degree view to the Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea and St. Martin? Perhaps bring along some company and totally escape with 24-hour butler service and an onsite personal chef, coupled with the allure of in-villa massages and spa treatments. The added venture to nearby islands on your own charter certainly calls for an extended stay. The Antilles Pearl villa is…

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barbados fun facts to enrich your vacation:

The U.S. Barbados Connection Barbados’ historical significance is complex and relates to United States history in a way not shared with other islands. The island was the only one to establish a colony in the U.S. and is the only country outside of the United States visited by George Washington. What’s more, Barbados has huge lineage connection to the U.S. – its descendants all across the color spectrum. It’s estimated that 9-10 million Americans can trace their lineage back to the island. Historians at George Washington House and the Barbados Department of Archives help visitors explore this deep connection. Next time you come for a holiday, get a little more out of your time on the island. Who knows what interesting connections you may find? Early American Jewish…

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