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Aruba’s Airport Has a New CEO

Aruba’s Airport Has a New CEO

  By the Caribbean Journal staff Aruba’s Queen Beatrix International Airport has a new chief executive officer. The airport has tapped Joost Meijs as its new top executive, succeeding James Fazio, who had been serving in the role since 2014. Joost Meijs. Meijs will be responsible for the development of ...

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Five Ways to Visit St Croix

Five Ways to Visit St Croix

  By Bob Curley CJ Contributor   St. Croix combines many of the the best attributes of the U.S. Virgin Islands: towns named after Danish kings (Christiansted and Frederiksted) have the shopping, dining, and nightlife options you’d find in St. Thomas, while the interior rainforest and hundr of former sugar ...

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The Ultimate M22 Road Trip – MyNorth.com

The Ultimate M22 Road Trip – MyNorth.com

Tear yourself away, head back on M22, and soon vineyards and wineries begin appearing, arrows pointing off M22 to cideries and tasting rooms. First up, just down a driveway behind an old barn, is Nathaniel Rose Wine, where Rose himself is sourcing grapes locally and from across the state to ...

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Travel to the Sea of Cortez on board motor yacht Emrys

Travel to the Sea of Cortez on board motor yacht Emrys

When it comes to superyacht cruising grounds, sometimes it may be easy to forget that there is a big wide world to discover outside of the hustle and bustle of the main Mediterranean and Caribbean hotspots. With more and more owners and charter clients opting to stray a little further ...

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Hotels that are Sustainable and Breathtaking

Hotels that are Sustainable and Breathtaking

Each year at the end of April, 193 countries celebrate Earth Day. It is an opportunity to appreciate the earth and reflect on ways to contribute to sustainability. One of the best ways to appreciate the Earth is to see it in all its facets, through travel. Unfortunately, unsustainable travel can ...

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Guantánamo’s Darkest Secret

Guantánamo’s Darkest Secret

As a result of Salahi’s coöperation, his private cell was now stocked with what the government referred to as “comfort items.” After the pillow came soap, towels, a prayer cap, and prayer beads—by the time Steve Wood arrived, Salahi also had books, a television, a PlayStation, and an old laptop, ...

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Make It Jamaica This Summer

Make It Jamaica This Summer

by SFLCN.com SOUTH FLORIDA – As you begin your vacation plans, Jamaica should be at the top of the list. Recently named the number one destination in the Caribbean by TripAdvisor, Jamaica offers it all – alluring seascapes, lush mountains, spicy flavors and an unmatched island beat. See also:  Jamaica ...

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