Atlantis Hotel, Barbados Maybe you’ve been to the Platinum Coast or the St Lawrence Gap. But Barbados’ eastern coast is its own dimension — a raw, spectacularly beautiful place with energetic surf and an almost mystical personality. It’s also home to the wonderful Atlantis hotel, a 200-year-old property right at the ocean’s edge.
A Caribbean Journal Editorial He was never a judge, never a Queen’s Counsel. His robes were never silk. But A. Ralph Carnegie was a Caribbean John Marshall if there ever was one. Ralph Carnegie, A.R. in scholarly texts, passed away […]
Lackston Robinson, Jamaica’s Deputy Solicitor General, testified that it was the law firm Manatt, Phelps and Phillips, and not the Jamaican Government/Jamaica Labour Party, that made the first move to solicit a contract to lobby the White House, he told […]
The International Monetary Fund has sent a team to Antigua for a third review of the nation’s performance on a stand-by arrangement with the IMF. According to the Ministry of Finance, the IMF team began the review Monday and will […]
Grenada is hotter than ever, and we’re not talking about the temperature. The island is seeing sizzling tourism numbers as travelers, particularly luxury visitors, flock to the destination for its unique blend of authenticity, natural beauty and barefoot elegance. That’s […]
The Turks and Caicos Islands continues to show strong growth in cruise passenger traffic, according to newly-released numbers from the destination’s tourism officials. Turks and Caicos’ cruise industry is centered in the port of Grand Turk, which has welcomed 143 […]
Cayman Airways’ popular Los Angeles-Grand Cayman service is expanding in November, and now the carrier is launching a special sale to celebrate. The new LAX-Cayman flights begin operating twice weekly on Nov. 9, and Cayman Airways is offering a special […]
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