Foodie (noun): A person who spends a keen amount of attention and energy on knowing the ingredients of food and the proper preparation of food and finds great enjoyment in top-notch ingredients and exemplary preparation.
When you really need to get away from it all, the island of Nevis in the West Indies should be at the top of your list. I was there to experience different styles of accommodations the rustic Caribbean island offers. A few had some unique elements or distinctive touches that made them special.
I had never been to the Dominican Republic until this year, and now I’ve been twice: once with my husband Jason and the other with my best friend Maxine. The Dominican is tropical, and the beaches are gorgeous just as any Caribbean destination should be, but there were a few things I really enjoyed.
One thing I really love about the blogging and video hosting side of my life is I get to do things I have never even dreamed about. Opportunities come out of the blue, and sometimes I’m lucky enough to say yes to them.
The small yet vibrant Caribbean island of Grenada boasts stunning mountainous topography, soaring waterfalls, and lush tropical rainforests—all of which are on view from Peter de Savary’s Mount Cinnamon Resort and Beach Club. We recently discovered this boutique resort, which provides 21 luxurious suites and villas, diverse dining options, and an array of activities, from […]
The perfect spot to laze away a long weekend, St. Barths’ Hotel Carl Gustaf is looking pretty amazing these days after a recent revamp… After a week of meetings in St. Maarten, I kindly asked a friend with a private plane to make the eight-minute flight over to that jewel of the French West Indies: […]
One of the most enjoyable tours provided by Holland America Line for me is on Grand Turk Island. It is the capital of the Turks and Caicos, which consists of eight inhabited islands of the 40 islands and cays of the U.K. Commonwealth. Various length excursions are available that cover attractions on the island.
From the lush mangrove forests of Andros Island to the pink sands of Harbour Island, each of these spits of land in the out Islands of The Bahamas (just about an hour’s flight from Miami, Florida) has its own unique character and attractions.