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One Year After Irma, This Gorgeous Caribbean Island Is Back in Business

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Huge Masses of Seaweed Washing Up in Florida and Mexico

Instead of seeing white sandy beaches, since July, vacationers in Miami and Cancun are instead walking onto beaches covered in Sargassum seaweed. After plaguing parts of the Caribbean, the floating rafts of seaweed are moving along ocean currents in the Gulf of Mexico. Related Articles Unprecedented quantities of Sargassum began ...

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Caribbean calling

Caribbean calling

On land and beneath the waves, the region’s idyllic allure is enhanced by its sightseeing repertoire. Matthew Hampton s the highlights We’ve come a long way from climbing Dunn’s River Falls. The legendary Jamaican waterfall has seen more than a million visitors scale its slippery stone steps, holding hands in ...

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Webcams de Mexico Shows Live Views of Sargassum Progress

Webcams de Mexico Shows Live Views of Sargassum Progress

To help travel agents ensure their clients’ decision to visit Mexico will not be impacted by the influx of sargassum, a company is offering live webcams for Cancun and Riviera Maya beaches that show real-time updates. According to Riviera Maya News, a company called Webcams de Mexico offers real-time videos ...

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St. Kitts Mixes Authenticity, Beauty

The Daily Traveler Lance Wiedower Updated 12:45PM “We never get cruisers in the shop. I’m surprised you’re not staying on the island. Cruisers don’t find us.” We had just struck up a conversation with an artist at The Gallery Cafe, an independent art gallery and café on the north side ...

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Haitian Compas Festival to bring Compas to Martinique

Haitian Compas Festival to bring Compas to Martinique

MIAMI – After 20 years of making Miami the mecca for Compas music in May, the Haitian Compas Festival is proud to announce the first ever Haitian Compas Festival in Fort-de-France, Martinique. On Saturday, November 17, 2018, in collaboration with Radio Television Caraibes, the Haitian Compas Festival will host some ...

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