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Caribbean Living Spring 2017

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 from the shore, We’ve had a pretty fun-filled time getting this to you. Entering our tenth year, we knew this year had to be full of entertaining surprises and we are working on creating some exciting content for you now and in the coming issues. Each of us is so passionate about travel and the Caribbean in particular, that it’s easy to be creative. We were inspired by the culinary escapades taking place in Anguilla, so this issue we share a new way of thinking about “island food” while on vacation. Think elevated experiences and cooking classes. You’ll be adding these resorts to your list. I promise you. Andrew hopped over to Grand Cayman for a few days. He was there to check out the vibe of the new Margaritaville, and…

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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. HANNAH ROGERS Contributor I’ve been incredibly lucky that travel has always been a part of my life, especially with my family. From three-day long drives to go camping in the south of France, to party weeks in Ibiza and more upgraded adventures to Mauritius, The States and The Caribbean, they really have taken me all over. Now that my parents’ destination of choice has become Antigua, I’ve just started exploring on my own - and have plenty planned. SERGIO OLIVARES Creative Direction CREATIVE DIRECTOR I'm my best on this island. My flight left last night, but I…

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island dates not to miss

APRIL In Barbados, catch exhilarating Polo this season as matches take place all month long and St. Thomas celebrates VI Carnival, April 1 – 29 www.vicarnival.com At sea, the impressive fleet of Volvo Ocean Race boats are readying themselves for a world-class race, not to mention what’s been called a “race among races,” at the Les Voiles de St. Barth, April 10 – 15 www.lesvoilesdesaintbarth.com/us In Nevis, blues abound – blue skies, seas and groovy, funky notes, as international artists such as AJ Ghent, Deanna Bogart, and Ben Waters converge on Oualie Beach for two nights of Blues in Paradise Festival, April 7 – 8 www.nevisbluesfestival.com The US Virgin Islands showcase their diversity through delectable dishes, music and fine wine at the St. Croix Food and Wine Experience, April 7 – 10 www.stxfoodandwine.com Head indoors…

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new & noteworthy

Anguilla Cap Juluca’s whitewashed Greco-Moorish architectural design is even more enticing for romantic encounters with a few new irresistible options. Enjoy the newly renovated guest rooms and suites and all the amenities of dining on delectable seafood fare at Pimms or one of the other three venues. Take in a few beachside excursions in beautiful Maundays Bay or hit the courts for a set of tennis or make a few rounds on the nearby championship golf course. After four nights, a little longer with the More Maundays package where the 5th night is free. The Romantic Rendezvous 7 Night Escape welcomes lovebirds with chilled champagne and the opportunity to get closer over a couple’s massage, daily cocktails and an intimate dinner on the beach. Decisions, decisions - discover Cap Juluca this…

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new york times bestseller a novel by elmore leonard cuba libre

Spun with the classic detail and grit of Leonard's renowned style, Cuba Libre drops readers into a Cuban pressure cooker ready to blow. In 1888 the beautiful island of Cuba erupts when the U.S.S. Maine explodes just off the coast of Havana, forcing the Cuban people, Spain and America to all take sides. The world descends into chaos, but all bank robber/cowboy Ben Tyler is concerned about is getting paid for his horses. We follow Tyler’s journey of accepting the circumstances of the storms brewing around him, just like his new compatriot Virgil, a cocky marine who manages to survive the Maine’s explosion only to get locked away in a prison cell until the Cubans, the Spanish and the Americans can decide whether or not they’re at war. Along the way Tyler meets…

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margaritaville cayman’s new rock star

Two and a half hours ago I left Miami International Airport, and now my world is flush with the right kind of choices. I’ll consider my options over a (Bacon) Cheeseburger in Paradise at the resort’s casual restaurant “5 O’clock Somewhere” puns fully intended. I’ll take the closest of the resort’s three pools and swim up and order, after all, variety is the spice of life. This Margaritaville Beach Resort, embracing the warm Caymanian culture, is the latest offering from the boss of laidback beats. Jimmy Buffett’s first full-service Caribbean destination resort delivers what is a perfectly casual-luxe vacation. With the multimillion-dollar design of the lobby and all 285 rooms expected to be complete before you can finish the lyrics to Too Drunk to Karaoke and start planning your stay, you’ll…

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