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Caribbean Living Winter 2016-2017

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.

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Caribbean Living Magazine, Inc
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letter from the publisher

Hello my fellow lovers of travel… It’s winter again and we celebrate another fabulous year together. Thank you for being a part of all that we do. This year, 2017, we would love to get you more actively involved in exploring the Caribbean. With social media being such an integral part of our daily lives, we are looking for some Caribbean Living ambassadors. These ambassadors will share their trips, tips, photos and more. If you are interested, send an email to Friends@CaribbeanLivingMagazine.com and Gina will get you the details. If you’re home reading this, we have another great issue for you. Join me, as I study French in Martinique. It’s been a dream and the school I chose made it so much fun. You’ll most likely be tempted to commencez à parler…

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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. Nick Rourke Creative Direction I leave for vacation tomorrow.... I think I'll just pack my camera stuff tonight, and…

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island dates not to miss

JANUARY The New Year opens with the vibrant and colorful Junkanoo cultural tradition. The Bahamas has everyone dancing in the streets amongst the sea of revelers, in this case, fully clad from head toe. Draped in feathers, ruffles and an array of brilliant colors, marchers beat steel pan and drums, blowing whistles and horns. Sound the joyful noise, because the Abacos kicks off the Junkanoo parade on January 1 and Nassau and Paradise Island keep the theme going on January 2. Antigua’s celebration for the New Year is also bound to be big on festivities and cultural enlightenment, so don’t let the name fool you. “Minival” is underway January 1. There’s just enough time to rest-up, and be on the course at Sandals Emerald Bay, since eyes around the world will be watching.…

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new noteworthy

Turks and Caicos The beaches of Providenciales has a new enclave of residences that epitomize the resort experience while maintaining the feel of staying in the luxurious comfort of your own home. With 6,000 square feet to roam between private living and outdoor spaces, it would be easy to get lost or lonely without a companion or family to wade through the four or five bedroom villa options. No worries though, with dedicated butler service to tend to daily needs and offer recommendations, it helps to ensure that time is extensively occupied, if desired. Without a doubt, some of those moments will include privately prepared chef meals or an uplifting yoga sessions. The Beach Enclave North Shore is the ideal location to escape and engage in rest and relaxation, with ten…

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pink scandsclub

"JUST THREE SQUARE MILES & A POPULATION OF 2,000, REMOTE IT'S ABOUT AS AS YOU CAN GET " Owning a private island may just be the most prestigious claim a person can make. Imagine flying on your own jet to a remote location in the Caribbean, sitting on a white sand beach, swimming in turquoise blue water and enjoying top notch golf; all the while wining and dining on haute cuisine and luxurious libations. A place where the people always smile, the juice is always fresh squeezed, and the only mode of transportation is a golf cart. Although anything is possible these days, for those of us not in the same income bracket as Richard Branson, a trip to Pink Sands Club on the island of Canouan might just be the…

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In a plane made in Brazil, used by an American airline, weaving between grey rain showers, with vivid greenery beneath patches of blue sky, we touch down in Philip S.W. Goldson International airport.... Popping gave away our descent to Belize City, and wanting to maximize my time at Naia Resort and Spa, as the pilots ran through their cockpit checklist, I ran through my vacation checklist. In a plane made in Brazil, used by an American airline, weaving between grey rain showers, with vivid greenery beneath patches of blue sky, we touch down in Philip S.W. Goldson International airport. With customs forms already filled out and double checked (I hate leaving information then being told by the official, step to the side to fix your error) I am ready to spring from seat…