Caribbean Weekly Wrap Up

Where do you want to go? Where ever it is…go. You’ll thank yourself later.

This week’s Caribbean wrap up has a little bit of food, a dash of hiking in Grenada, a sprinkle of fishing in the Bahamas, and a sip of rum. I hope you enjoy this week’s stories as much as I do. Cheers!

Caribbean Weekly Wrap Up

Saba Rock – an Island Oasis: For exotic rum cocktails at a tiny island bar in the BVIs, you’ve got to check out the super laid back vibe at Saba Rock. You may never leave. -Story by RumConnection.com

Rum Journal: The Caribbean’s First All-Inclusive Rum Bar: the new rum bar at the all-inclusive Coconut Bay Resort and Spa in St Lucia has achieved just that: an all-inclusive rum bar: that means free, unlimited rums from across the region. -Story by Caribbean Journal

Langosta Roja in the Dominican Republic, Not Your Ordinary Red Lobster: When you run across familiar American brand names in the Caribbean you should often expect the unexpected. Case in point, our friend Laura Albritton’s recent dining adventure in the Dominican Republic at a restaurant tailor-made for the uncommon seafood lover in you. -Story by Uncommon Caribbean

Best Hiking in Grenada & the Grenadines: As well as sailing, we love going hiking in Grenada and the Grenadines! From leisurely strolls that stretch your sea legs, to challenging all terrain hikes, there is something for everyone. These are our top 10 hiking trails on the local islands we visit. –Story by grenadabluewatersailing.com

Fish Tales at Deep Water Cay, Bahamas: Upon my arrival at Deep Water Cay, the legendary Bahamas fishing resort, I was amazed at how a place so magnificent in natural splendor and tranquility could be so incredibly accessible. –Story by Johnnyjet.com

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

Cheers,
RumShopRyan

By | 2016-12-31T11:57:52+00:00 November 7th, 2014|Dominican Republic, Grenada, Rum, The Bahamas, Weekly Wrap Up|Comments Off on Caribbean Weekly Wrap Up

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