Island: Antigua Nickname: The Land of Sea and Sun Sister Isle: Barbuda Known for: Black Pineapples – native to the island and is claimed to be the sweetest Fun Fact: the island boasts of 365 beaches – 1 for each … Continue reading →
Day 5 Island: Puerto Rico – Old San Juan Main Attraction: vibrant coloured buildings and cobble stoned streets Shopping: Ralph Lauren, Coach, Marshalls, Rainbow, Footlocker Calle Fortaleza Vibrant Colours The Exquisite Architecture Castillo San Felipe Del Morro – World Heritage … Continue reading →
Day 6 Island: St. Thomas, U.S Virgin Islands Shopping Haven: TAX FREE – Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Payless, Hublot Salvatore Ferragamo, Sunglass Hut, Bulgari, Coach, K-Mart, Rainbow, Foot Locker Magen’s Bay Beach Skyride to Paradise Point View from Paradise Point
Day 3 Island: Sint Maarten (Dutch)/Saint-Martin (French) Known as: The Friendly Island, “Land of Salt” & the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean Popular Spot: Maho Beach for airplane watching Known for: being the island with a unique status….. one landmass … Continue reading →
Day 1 Island: Saint Lucia Nickname: Helen of the West Indies Local Beer: Piton – after the twin peaks What I liked most: the topography, villages and the general atmosphere which is very similar to Grenada; only more developed. PITONS … Continue reading →
The Clabony Sulphur Springs is tucked away in the hills of Byelands St Andrew which is also the source of the Clabony bottled water. Getting to the springs is a short 2 minute walk from the main dirt road and 10 minutes away from the Footprint air bnb hut perfect for a getaway from the hustle and bustle; totally off the grid.
A soak in the spring is the ideal way to kick back and rejuvenate in the most natural and simplistic way.
Natural spring – water is warmer and bubbly. *Orange colour on the stones is sulphur.
A relatively short but bumpy drive from the main road takes you to the Crochu harbour point in St. David- the location of Cabier Ocean Lodge. where you have a 180 degree view of the sea. Although St David is the only parish which lacks a town it makes up in cozy points with great potential for beautiful developments.
I had the pleasure of visiting the lodge after Caribbean Youth Environment Network CYEN hosted a sargassum beach clean up of the nearby Cabier beach for World Oceans Day celebrated on June 9th.
Cottages paying homage to the national colours
Painting on the wall: L-R Banana, Cocoa and Breadfruit trees
Morne Rouge A.K.A BBC Beach Origin: Patois/French Proper Noun Meaning: Red Mountain Known for: Calm, warm waters Backyard to: La Plywood Beach Bar & Cafe; Rocky’s Beach Bar; Shore-side view Road-side view View from Kalinago Beach Resort’s bar View from … Continue reading →
The most easily accessible waterfall on the island is located 6 minutes from the town of St George with a short walk in from the main road. It’s the ideal outing if you’re not looking to get dirty. Mini photoshoot … Continue reading →
From the moment I saw pictures of thin the lush green hills of Nettle Point of St. Mark lies a hidden gem. Established in 1763, it is one of the few plantation estates still in operation, and it’s picturesque antique … Continue reading →
Crater Lake Plant Sculptures “The Rocky Path” 2,381m Santa Ana Volcano/ Ilamatepec Sulphur Lagoon at the crater In the clouds.. Monumento a la Revolución (Monument to the Revolution) – “El Chulón” Monumento al … Continue reading →