Fresh off an epic first Castaway Cruise to Bimini with Captain Mike and Tropical Escape Yacht Charters. The salt water pirate blood is running strong through my veins. Experiencing a trip like this is like a hard drugs, you just want to keep doing it again, and again, and again. (Never done hard drugs, it’s what the Drug Inc. junkies say on National Geographic!)

This week’s Caribbean Wrap Up hopefully puts a little bit of that salt water in your veins!

Caribbean Weekly Wrap Up

9 Reasons To Attend Grenada Chocolate Festival 2015: Are you a chocolate lover currently researching options for your next Caribbean holiday? If so, then consider attending the upcoming Grenada Chocolate Festival from May 8th to May 17th 2015. –Story by Caribbean & Co

The Best Caribbean Islands to Live On: Packing up and heading out for a Caribbean island. It’s the dream for so many of us. But what if you actually did it? We’re here to help with inspiration. Whether you’re looking for a an island high on quiet, or a developed, metropolitan place, the Caribbean has a bit of everything. –Story by Caribbean Journal

Top 10 Things to Do in Trinidad & Tobago: These two vibrant islands are full of life, vigor, and vibrancy. Whether you’re looking to re-energize yourself with a good party or get in touch with the pulse of the natural world around you, Trinidad & Tobago offer something that’s sure to jolt your system. –Story by

Five Meals Worth Traveling for in Anguilla: I’m cra-cra for crayfish. It’s Anguilla’s fault. On this Caribbean island, you’re hard-pressed not to find it on the menu. Apparently, the crayfish population is alive and well in the waters surrounding Anguilla. That is until they find their way onto the dinner plate. –Story by

The Caves – Negril, Jamaica Hotel:  Poised on the limestone cliffs of Negril’s scenic West End in Jamaica, The Caves capture all the essence of a seductive oceanfront sanctuary. Twelve exclusive cliff-side accommodations, a Private Cave Dining, The Blackwell Rum Bar, and a seaview Aveda Amenity Spa offer a refreshingly organic interpretation of romance. –Story by


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