I don’t know about you but this week has flown by! Time for all of us to enjoy a little R&R&R (rest, relaxation, rum) on St. Somewhere.
This week’s Caribbean Weekly Wrap Up talks about the tour that Blue Chair Bay Rum is doing this summer, a drink recipe from Mount Gay Rum, what to do and see on a one day island tour of Grenada, and a great video of Fortsberg on St. John. So many islands, so little time. Hopefully these stories will help you get your fix!
Caribbean Weekly Wrap Up
Blue Chair Bay on Tour: Blue Chair Bay Rum today announced the ‘Nowhere to Be But Here Tour,’ visiting over 25 US cities from April through August. –Story by RumConnection.com
Clockwise Grenada: Touring Sunrise to Sunset: Its quiet charms are well-suited to lingering, but Grenada is also small enough to explore in a single day, if time is of the essence. Caroline Taylor suggests a sunrise-to-sunset itinerary to introduce you to the best of the island — and ensure you want to return. –Story by Caribbean Beat
Rum Journal: A New Recipe From Barbados’ Mount Gay Rum: “The flawless Black Barrel and ginger combination helps resurrect this forgotten classic,” says Scott Fitzgerald, brand ambassador for Black Barrel. –Story by Caribbean Journal
Aruba Pumps Up the Volume on its Annual Carnival: Aruba has been holding an annual Carnival celebration for 60 years, but there’s so much else going on here that the party sometimes gets overlooked by visitors. –Story by About.com Caribbean Travel
St. John Vistas – Fortsberg (Video): The Fortsberg ruins sit at the top of a point that juts out between Coral Harbor and Hurricane Hole. The views are amazing. –Story by On-StJohn.com
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