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“Married at First Sight” Heads to the Caribbean

"Married at First Sight" Heads to the Caribbean

  By the Caribbean Journal staff The popular Lifetime series “Married at First Sight” is heading to the Caribbean. Two full episodes of the reality show, featuring Antigua’s Pineapple Beach Club resort, will air June 26 and July 3 respectively. “We are so proud to show off Pineapple Beach Club ...

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Sargassum-fighting measures put turtles at risk in Quintana Roo

Sargassum-fighting measures put turtles at risk in Quintana Roo

The methods used to prevent sargassum from reaching Quintana Roo beaches pose a risk to nesting sea turtles and their offspring, two conservationists warn. Miriam Tzeek, president of the Quintana Roo Sea Turtles Committee, told the newspaper Milenio that barriers placed in the sea to stop the seaweed from washing ...

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Beaches Resorts Welcomes Everyone on the Autism Spectrum

Beaches Resorts Welcomes Everyone on the Autism Spectrum

Year after year, we hear about more children being diagnosed with autism. Random outbursts, sensory overload and overwhelming bouts of anxiety are just a few of the symptoms that can seemingly appear out of nowhere, making a normal family vacation feel like, well, not much of a vacation. Luckily, many ...

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Jamaica Is Reimagining Its Tourism Destinations

Jamaica Is Reimagining Its Tourism Destinations

  By the Caribbean Journal staff As Jamaica plans to expand its tourism footprint beyond traditional poles like Montego Bay and Ocho Rios, it’s looking to cultivate new destinations — and that includes what could be one of Jamaica’s next niche destinations: St Mary. Home to a robust history from ...

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How Costa Rica’s Climate Makes It a Tropical Paradise

How Costa Rica's Climate Makes It a Tropical Paradise

The distance of the Costa Rican territory, from the Pacific Ocean to the Caribbean Sea is 322 kilometers. The variety of landscape and microclimates that can be enjoyed on the same day makes this country a paradisiacal destination.   In just 51 thousand square kilometers, the traveler can find sun, ...

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A Vow Renewal In Aruba Is The Ultimate In Romance

A Vow Renewal In Aruba Is The Ultimate In Romance

I’ve been married 19 years. And during that time, I’ve had at least four vow-renewal ceremonies with my husband Bill, as we’ve traveled the world. We re-stated our “I Do’s” on Kaanapali Beach, Maui; on the silky sands in Bermuda; on Regent Seven Seas Voyager while cruising in Europe; and aboard the ...

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Trump Targets Cuba’s Tourism and Small Businesses

Trump Targets Cuba's Tourism and Small Businesses

GREG WILPERT: It’s The Real News Network, and I’m Greg Wilpert in Baltimore. The Trump administration imposed new travel restrictions on Cuba taking effect on Wednesday, June 5. The new restrictions prohibit cruise ships from travelling to Cuba, as well as educational and cultural trips, known as people-to-people trips, which ...

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