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Book Review: ‘Glimpse of Sunlight’ by Leona DeRosa Bodie and G.E. Gardiner


A well written historical fiction adventure about pirates, treasures, slaves, and everything else that made the seventeenth century Caribbean colorful, beautiful and at the same time scary. A great read! Read More »

Book Review: The Sly Company Of People Who Care by Rahul Bhattacharya

An eye opening look at a country blessed with natural beauty and the curse of extreme poverty and the latter's effect on the Guyanese people. Read More »

Exuma Trip Report: Swimming with Wild Pigs in the Bahamas

Maybe you've taken the plunge with stingray in Grand Cayman and cavorted with trained dolphins at a marine park, but what about a swim with wild pigs? Read More »

Love aboard Captain Morgan’s Ship: Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica

A tale of love in Costa Rica Read More »

Book Review: Pao by Kerry Young

Pao is a unique new work of historical fiction, set in Jamaica and told in the voice of a Chinese crime boss. Read More »

Caribbean Islanders at Mercy of Overtaxed Airline’s Rising Fares

LIAT's rising fares are raising its passengers' fears! Read More »

(Wishing I was on the Island) Gazpacho

Enjoy Caribbean taste with this easy recipe Read More »

An Untold Vincentian Legacy: Emancipation Day in the Caribbean

The History of the Caribs' selfless defence of our islands has not been understood and valued for what it's worth. Read More »

Book Review: Hurricane Mia: A Caribbean Adventure by Donna Marie Seim, illustrated by Susan Spellman

An insightful story in which a sunny-day adventure turns very dark. Read More »

Book Review: Jewish Pirates of the Caribbean by Edward Kritzler

"The fellow behind the eye patch and the gold earring was a natural anarchist who followed his own way on an uncharted journey that eventually brought him to Port Royal." — Kritzler Read More »