Caribbean Weekly Wrap Up

This week’s Caribbean Wrap Up talks about diving in Cuba, a couple stories that foodies are going to love, and a controversial marina that’s going to be built in quiet Coral Bay on St. John.

The marina issue is an interesting one. I see both sides of the argument, but I’m leaning for it. Where do you STJ lovers stand?

Caribbean Weekly Wrap Up

A diving adventure in Cuba:  A diving adventure in Cuba: One of the most popular destinations for diving is definitely Cuba as it attracts many divers for its warm waters and its stunning coral reefs, for the fantastic and the various shipwrecks and the great variety of tropical fish. Let’s see some things about diving there. –Story by TripandTravelblog.com

New Hotel Coming to the Virgin Islands: US Virgin Islands Governor John de Jongh announced this week that the Water Island Development Company had been selected to advance a “first-rate resort and hotel project” on Water Island. –Story by Caribbean Journal

How To Make Rum And Raisin Ice Cream: Rum and ice cream? Yeah, you guys are going to love this one. –Story from Caribbean Pot

It’s Happening: Marina Coming to Coral Bay, St. John USVI: There’s been quite a bit of talk lately over two proposed marinas in Coral Bay. Well we can tell you today with certainty that at least one of the planned marinas is happening. –Story from News of St. John

A French-Caribbean Culinary Experience in the Guadeloupe Islands: Pack your palate and prepare for an epicurean adventure across the French Caribbean archipelago of the Guadeloupe Islands, where a rich culinary heritage expresses French, African, and Asian cultural influences. –Story by LuxuryTravelMagazine.com

If you would like to include any Caribbean stories please leave a comment below or email me your story. Thank you!

Cheers!
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By | 2016-12-31T11:57:51+00:00 July 25th, 2014|Cuba, Guadeloupe, St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands, Weekly Wrap Up|Comments Off on Caribbean Weekly Wrap Up

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