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Caribbean Living

Caribbean Living

Fall 2020

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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Land:
United States
Språk:
English
Utgiver:
Caribbean Living Magazine, Inc
Hyppighet:
Quarterly
KJØP UTGAVE
NOK 47.59
ABONNER
NOK 143.04
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1 min.
editor

Dear friends, It’s been quite a year, so far. I miss you and I hope you, your families, and your friends are all doing well. Thank you for your patience with travel this year. Thank you for still wanting to get out there and live! We have put together some inviting pieces for when you are ready to travel again. There’s an inspiring piece on tribe travel. Maybe that’s something to think about... getting your tribe together and planning your next escape. Having been inside and in the same surroundings for far longer than normal, I am doing this as soon as I finish writing you this letter. We have retooled some of our recent favorite stories as well as rediscovered some great beach/pool reads. We have all had some time to…

1 min.
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 I am the Caribbean. DYLAN BENOIT Contributor I’m a chef with Champagne taste and a beer budget, but always seem to find myself surrounded by the most amazing people in the most amazing places. From eating termites in the Honduran jungle to learning how to make dim sum in Hong Kong, for me treasure is in the story. SERGIO OLIVARES Creative Direction I'm my best on this island. My flight left last night, but I know I'm not going back home. ANDREW INNERARITY Director of Photography It’s all about triggering emotion via imagery. When I convey…

4 min.
literature worth revisiting.

From a reality tv show that follows a family who only eats fruit, to debating one’s suicide on the basis of how it will be received on Facebook, this collection of short stories touches on every modern issue and does so in a wildly entertaining manner. While each tale is vastly different from the next, they all share common threads that perhaps are best detailed in the very first story bearing the same title. The opening story is intriguing on its own without the shock at the end, but that’s the point. It would be interesting enough to follow these unique characters pursuing their passions, but ultimately they can’t. The journey ends before we even get to know them because that’s just how life is for many in America. The story…

1 min.
( to ) ( get ) ( her ) elope

The Elopement Package at The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort offers couples the opportunity to celebrate their wedding now, while still planning for the future with the added bonus of savings on their 2021 celebration date. Available now through 2021, the elopement package includes a special rate for accommodations at The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort, steaming services to allow for virtual attendees at the ceremony, a save the date for 2021, a complimentary champagne toast and private champagne sabering experience, a minimal location fee for 2021, and a custom designed bridal bouquet that speaks to the destination and draws from the property’s own nursery. Additionally, the custom designed bridal bouquet will be used to inspire the floral design at their larger ceremony in 2021. The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort…

4 min.
is tribe travel ready to bounce back?

We all know that 2020 has been a doozie. I don’t know that I’ve ever seen the word “unprecedented” and “uncertain” used as much as they have been these last few months. As a nearly 20 year veteran of the travel industry, not a day goes by that I don’t get the question, “Is travel just completely dead?” And it's an interesting question, because, for some companies, it certainly looks like death, but transformation and death often look a lot alike. Our industry is undergoing an intense metamorphosis, and, while it seemed touch and go for a while, these last few months have taught me one thing is for certain. We will eventually emerge from the cocoon of Corona and the travel industry is going to see a surge. In…

2 min.
que rico puerto rico

IN SAN JUAN, PR, Executive Chef Juan Jose Cuevas Soto of Condado Vanderbilt’s signature restaurant 1919, takes great pride in his work with local farmers and purveyors. Chef truly changed the landscape of the agricultural scene in San Juan and its surrounding areas through his outreach with small, family-owned farms over the last several years. He personally spent time with local farmers and purveyors to educate them on opportunities to partner with the resort and community at-large, as many were involved in the industry due to family ties rather than a true passion for agriculture. Juan Jose was on a mission to change that. Chef taught them how to maximize their soil’s composition and grow the best crops, even showing them some crops they thought were weeds were actually culinary…