Saint Martin/Sint Maarten

Saint Martin/Sint Maarten

A small Caribbean island split in two between France & Netherlands & home to the world’s most famous airport approach.

Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico

Isla del Encanto, the Island of Enchantment. The Caribbean’s US-sponsored economic powerhouse that’s broke as a joke. It’s America transported to the hot & steamy Caribbean.

Jamaica

Jamaica

Rastafarians, Reggae, Dreadlocks & Jerk. An exploration of the longstanding resort-heavy jewel in the Caribbean tourist industry’s crown.

Grand Cayman

Grand Cayman

The largest of the three Cayman Islands, an uber-rich tax-free banking haven & glitzy shopping mecca that is luxury personified, a UK overseas territory but one that looks and feels more Miami than Manchester.

Cuba

Cuba

Cigars, rum, Castro, Che, classic cars, neglect & salsa. A look at travel in Cuba, the indefatigable Caribbean time warp & a country truly like no other.

2015 || A Look Back

2015 || A Look Back

Forty-eight weeks, 5 continents, 38 countries & territories. Hundreds of good pictures, thousands of bad ones. The epic year that was.

Goodbye To The Caribbean

Goodbye To The Caribbean

Fifty-nine days. Nine countries. Three missed flights. Saying goodbye to the sun, sea, & sand after 2 months of Lesser & Greater Antilles island hopping.

Saint Lucia

Saint Lucia

Country Music bars in rustic fishing villages, towering UNESCO-listed peaks piercing the azure Caribbean Sea, & an age-old fort protecting one of the largest sheltered bays in the Caribbean. And you thought St. Lucia was all flashy resorts, glamorous weddings & once-in-a-lifetime honeymoons.

Dominica

Dominica

The Caribbean’s coma-inducing Nature Island and one that offers a reprieve from the beach resort & palm tree-heavy Caribbean norm.

Dominican Republic

Dominican Republic

Five nights sampling the New World firsts of the historic capital Santo Domingo, the oldest European settlement in the Americas, & the idyllic, resort-heavy beaches of Punta Cana was nowhere near enough time in charming Dominican Republic. But as it turned out it was one day too many.

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