This week’s Caribbean Wrap Up has some great stories. Did you know about the Conch Bar Caves on Middle Caicos? Want to learn how to cook Coconut Curry Mussels?
My favorite story this week is from Caribbean Journal and features 10 floating bars in the Caribbean. Take a look at the list and let us know how many you’ve been to!
Caribbean Weekly Wrap Up
10 Great Floating Bars in the Caribbean: Sometimes even a beach bar isn’t close enough to the water. That’s where these come in: they’re not on the beach. They’re past it. They’re the Caribbean’s floating bars, the ones that are either smack in the middle of the Caribbean Sea or as near as makes no difference. –Story by CaribbeanJournal.com
How to Pack Light for a Week in the Caribbean: I like to travel light when I head to the Caribbean, not just because it’s no fun lugging bags around sultry island airports but also because I’m pretty cheap: I detest paying for checked luggage. –Story by Bob Curley of About.com Caribbean Travel
Conch Bar Caves: An Unspoiled Natural Wonder: Just beyond the village of Conch Bar on Middle Caicos, at the end of a short dirt road surrounded by brush, a walkway made of stone and fossilized coral leads to the entrance of the largest above-ground cave system in the Lucayan Archipelago (Bahamas-Turks and Caicos island chain): the Conch Bar Caves. –Story by Island Life & Times
Coconut Curry Mussels Done The Caribbean Way: Very much like the ‘Curry Lobster” recipe I shared a while back, Mussels is not something you’ll find normally being prepared in the Caribbean, unless it’s at one of the many high end restaurants we have catering to a mainly tourist clientele. –Story by CaribbeanPot.com
The Best Caribbean Airports: The Caribbean has its share of good airports — modern, global-standard ones that make the experience of traveling a little bit easier. –Story by CaribbeanJournal.com
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