Do you feel that? It’s hard to put the feeling into words, but it feels like a touch of anxiety mixed with a cold chill. It’s called Island Separation Disorder and I can feel it coming on. Anyone else?

If you are experiencing the symptoms of Island Separation Disorder then I encourage you to travel ASAP. If you can’t then hopefully this week’s Caribbean Wrap Up will help keep the symptoms at bay.

Caribbean Weekly Wrap Up

Guy Harvey Spiced Rum: Renowned marine wildlife artist, scientist and conservationist Guy Harvey launches new rum brand. –Story by RumConnection.com

3 Unique Caribbean Dining Experiences You Should Try: Make no mistake about it…in the Caribbean life revolves around great food. All three of these islands may be off the beaten path but they offer unique dining experiences you need to try. –Story by Caribbean & Co.

The Whales are Coming: A very cool thing is about to happen around St. John. Each year during the months of February and March, whales can be seen swimming through our waters and also around Thatch Cay, North Drop, Congo and Lovango Cays. –Story by News of St. John

The 5 Can’t-Miss Islands Of St. Vincent And The Grenadines: A more hidden option in the form of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, our new favorite place. The 32-island chain is extraordinarily underdeveloped and is well-known for their impeccable diving, sailing and sandy white beaches. –Story by Huffingtonpost.com

Spice It Up In Grenada During Sailing Week 2015: Grenada Sailing Week welcomes everyone with race courses suitable for experienced racers along with coastal courses for beginners. Even if you don’t own a boat, there are plenty of available charters. –Story by travel2thecaribbeanblog.com

If you would like to include any Caribbean stories please leave a comment below or email me your story. Thank you!

Cheers,
RumShopRyan

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