How would you like to be the owner of a quirky little restaurant on St. John? Or how about sip on a new beer with your toes sinking into the Bonaire sand? Would you like to comb the beaches of Rum Cay and turn trash into treasure? You can explore all these possibilities and more in this week’s Caribbean wrap up.

Caribbean Weekly Wrap Up

Popular St. John Restaurant Lists for Sale: We heard the rumor about a week or so back, but now it’s official – The Tourist Trap is up for sale. Larry plans on hanging up his apron for good and retiring. So now it’s up to one of you to take over one of the island’s most popular lunch spots. –Story by News of St. John

A New Beer in Bonaire: A new small-batch label is looking to make a mark: Bonaire Blond. –Story by Caribbean Journal

Turning Trash into Treasures on Rum Cay: As the old saying goes, “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure” and for artist and sculptor Bobby Little, recycling discarded materials into art has literally become a larger than life mission. –Story by Travel to the Caribbean

Travel Guide – Vieques, Puerto Rico: The island’s dichotomy—half uncharted territory, half Tulum-on-the-brink—and the fact that it hasn’t been smoothed over yet, is perhaps the best thing about Vieques. –Story by Departures.com

The Island House, The Bahamas’ Newest Hotel, Is Now Open: The Bahamas’ newest boutique hotel has opened its doors just outside the Lyford Cay enclave of New Providence. The Island House, a 30-room boutique property, is officially open. –Story by Caribbean Journal

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

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RumShopRyan

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