Food, food, food–the Caribbean is home to some amazing food. Those delicious flavors can be found at rustic beach bars, trendy resort restaurants or even in your home kitchen. Food is a huge part of any trip to the islands and that’s why the 3 stories this week focus on wonderful Caribbean food.
Enjoy your weekly island escape Castaways!
Caribbean Weekly Wrap Up
Anguilla – Lunch At Smokey’s At The Cove: As I gazed out at the water, I tried to figure out if the west side or the east side of the beach was prettier. I was sitting on the deck at Smokey’s At The Cove sipping on a rum less daiquiri and just relishing in the beauty of one of Anguilla’s 33 beaches. –Story by Uncover Your Caribbean
The 50 Best Caribbean Restaurants – 2015: Indeed, meals are such an integral part of travel, and that’s particularly true in the Caribbean, home to some of the most diverse food on the planet. And while great meals come in all shapes and sizes, in all settings and environs, there are three constants that make a meal great: food, service and ambiance. The best restaurants achieve all three all the time. –Caribbean Journal
A Quick Jamaican Callaloo Fried Rice Recipe: This time I’m using some fresh Jamaican callaloo (called chorai bhagi or spinach in the rest of the Caribbean) from my garden. –Story by Caribbean Pot
Go In Search of Sea Glass in Rincón: Sea glass hunting is a hobby I enjoy whenever we go to a beach. Some areas and beaches are more fruitful than others. Rincón is one of those bountiful places that have a number of different beaches that offer a variety of shapes, sizes, and some unusual colors of sea glass. –Puerto Rico Day Trips
21 Hottest Caribbean Escapes: Nothing says vacation like crystalline blue waters, white-sand beaches and luxurious indulgence. That’s why we’re counting down the 21 best destinations in the Caribbean, where vacation is a lifestyle. -Story by The Travel Channel
If you would like to include any Caribbean stories please leave a comment below or email me your story.