Caribbean Weekly Wrap Up

Do you have a Caribbean trip planned? If you do then you know the joy of having something to look forward to. You begin counting the days, planning on what to pack, researching places to visit and foods to eat–the build up to an island escape is nearly (nearly) as much fun as the trip itself.

If you don’t have a trip planned, then I highly recommend you grab a calendar and start marking off days. It could be a quick weekend hiatus, or a week long adventure. Whatever your groove…just do it.

If you’re looking for ideas then maybe this week’s Caribbean wrap up will spark the flame of inspiration. Maybe a rum tour in Martinique, a private island escape, the 365 beaches of Antigua, or some off-the-beaten track fun in Jamaica. The Caribbean is your oyster, just go.

Caribbean Weekly Wrap Up

Touring Depaz: The Martinique rum tour continues with a stop at one of the most well known distilleries on the island, Depaz. –Story by Rum Connection

These Caribbean Resorts Come With Their Own Private Islands: We’re huge fans of Caribbean private-island resorts, but they can be pricey and require multiple flights to reach. That’s where resorts with their own private islands come in. –Story by Caribbean Journal

Simple Oven Jerk Chicken For Students And Busy People: With the busy lifestyle we tend to live and the fact that more and more students are now reaching out for recipes, I figured I’d share this sort of hack or cheat’s way of doing amazing jerk chicken in the oven. –Story by Caribbean Pot

Fifty shades of blue: Antigua has them all: Unless you’re there for Sailing Week (25 April to 1 May), cricket, birdwatching, or to research the history of the sugar trade, there’s not really much to do in Antigua. And that’s why I love it.Story by Independent.co.uk

Jamaica – 10 can’t-miss experiences: While the sun, surf and sand is a vacation bonanza, savvy travelers these days are venturing beyond that tropical trilogy in search of what makes an island a true original. Whether meandering around a craft market that doubles as a church, exploring a historic plantation, sucking on a freshly picked sugar cane stalk or soaking up the scary vibe in a haunted Great House, our guide to Unique Jamaica will get you off the sun lounger, if just for a day. –Story by PanamericanWorld.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 | 2016-12-31T11:57:53+00:00 April 24th, 2015|Antigua, Jamaica, Martinique, Weekly Wrap Up|1 Comment

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  1. Karen April 25, 2015 at 3:44 am

    Hi, i’m going to Antigua in September and booked a deal through a comparison site… but do you have a “thngs to do ” list that i could read up on pls? Thanks Karen x

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