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 & (only) three missed inter-island flights. Saying goodbye to the sun, sea & sand after two months of Lesser & Greater Antilles island-hoppin’.

Curacao

Curacao

“Curacao’s capital of Willemstad is a gorgeous UNESCO-listed architectural treat that’s awash with pastel-coloured colonial buildings. Needless to say, it’s a rather photogenic location, no matter where you look.”

Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago

Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago

”Good for a day (or two at most) of exploration and the capital of the twin-island southern Caribbean nation of Trinidad & Tobago, Port of Spain is hot, green, bustling & world-renowned for its region-best Carnival, but somewhat aesthetically challenged & short on must-see sights.”

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 out-of-the-way & coma-inducing Nature Island offering a reprieve from the all-inclusive beach resort, palm-tree-heavy, rum-swigging Caribbean norm.

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.

Dominican Republic

Dominican Republic

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

Haiti

Haiti

The Caribbean anomaly, regional whipping boy & the Western Hemisphere’s poorest country, one still recovering from the 2010 earthquake.

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