This is meant to be a Picture Book as I don't think I am qualified to write on the complexity that is the Caribbean Island of Cuba, which for the most part is time frozen in the 1950's. This is the reason why it is unique. Whislt most of the rest of the world has … Continue reading My Cuban Picture Book
I've been driven up to Strawberry Hill in the Parish of St. Andrew, Jamaica many times but the drive to find this Garden of Eden was on a different plain literally. From the peak, the unpaved rocky road treacherously meandered down. The recent rains in Jamaica didn't help. The driver kept listening … Continue reading Serene Serendipity
The Coca-Cola London Eye is one of the post popular attractions in the city of London.
Atacama a place for true nature lovers and adrenaline junkies
Diamond Rock (French: rocher du Diamant) is a 175-metre-high (574 ft) island located south of "Grande Anse du Diamant" in Martinique. The uninhabited island is about 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) from Pointe Diamant. The island gets its name from the reflections that its sides cast at certain hours of the day, which evoke images … Continue reading A Diamond in the Ocean
For the first time in its 35 years Carnival history the Cayman Islands hosted two different Carnivals on two consecutive weekends. Batabano the original Cayman Carnival held theirs on Saturday May 6 and CayMas a breakaway troupe held theirs on May 13. Swanky International led the second parade. There were three bands … Continue reading Batabano or CayMas?
Here's the story of this place: On 8th April 1830, around non, a ship was carrying out strange manoeuvres off the coast of Diamant and around five 5 o cast anchor ⚓️ in this very place on the dangerous coast of Anse Caffard (Caffard Cove). A resident of the neighborhood, Francois Dizac, manager of … Continue reading Memorial de l’Anse Caffard, Martinique.
Cachot is the French word for "dungeon" On that fateful morning in May 1902 in the North of Martinique, Mt. Pelee, meaning "bald mountain", erupted into thick dark clouds raining hot ashes and spewing deadly fumes onto the bustling town of Saint Pierre, at the time the largest town in Martinique and popularly known as … Continue reading Saved by the “Cachot”
I visited Dominica over three days and whilst I saw and did a lot I believe I barely scratched the surface of what it has to offer a nature seeker