Another week, another Caribbean wrap up. This week’s stories feature; things to do on St. Barts, exploring a resort on Peter Island in the BVI, events taking place in the Caribbean in February and a little love for my friends at the Hope Town Harbour Lodge in the Abacos.

Caribbean Weekly Wrap Up

Seven Caribbean Events For February, From St Kitts and Nevis to Jamaica:  From PGA champions to Puerto Rican dragon boats, February 2014 will be an exciting month for the Caribbean region. -Story by

Review of the Hope Town Harbour Lodge – Elbow Cay, Bahamas: Perched on top of a hill, the Hope Town Harbour Lodge is a charming hotel option when visiting beautiful Elbow Cay in the Abaco Islands of the Bahamas. -Story by

Top Attractions in St. Barts: St. Barths evokes images of yachts, restaurants, and nightclubs populated by the rich and famous — and it’s all that, but more. -Story by

“Surviving” Peter Island Resort, BVI:  A doughy photographer endures gourmet torture, sunburns, triathlons and torrid tubs at the BVI’s biggest private island resort. -Story by

Southwest Airlines to Launch Flights to Aruba, Bahamas, Jamaica: Southwest Airlines will be launching daily nonstop service from the United States to several new destinations in the Caribbean. The service will begin on July 1, 2014, Southwest President and CEO Gary Kelly announced in a release. -Story by

Conquering the 8 Tuff Miles on St. John:  Once a year the island of St. John in the US Virgin Islands hosts a grueling race called the 8 Tuff Miles. 8 miles doesn’t sound bad, but factor in the mountainous terrain and Caribbean heat, then you’ll understand the meaning of grueling. -Story by

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