January 20, 2018

Motoring events this weekend, RCIPS reminds attendees to transport bikes legally

From RCIPS Sat Jan 20 2018 This Sunday, 21 January, the RCIPS will be helping to facilitate two motoring events which are open to the general public. The first is a racing competition which is taking place from 12:00PM at the old Breakers Speedway in Bodden Town. The second is an off-road biking event, a […]

Deadly storm Friederike causes Dutch and German transport chaos

From BBC World Eight people including two firefighters have been killed in storm-related accidents as hurricane-strength winds tear across northern Europe. Both firefighters were helping with clean-up efforts in Germany when they died. Many of those killed, in the Netherlands and in Germany, were hit by falling trees and debris. One died in a collision […]

UK: London’s new electric taxis scuppered by faulty sensor

By Nick Summers From engadget London’s new electric taxis have been delayed. The “TX” cabs developed by LEVC were supposed to arrive in the capital late last year. But there’s a problem with the system that tracks time and distance — recorded as electric “pulses” — for the all-important fare meter. It’s forced the company […]

Incredible places to visit

The most incredible places to visit in 2018 By Rosie Perper From Business Insider Chandigarh, India Children play on the swings at the Rock Garden on March 26, 2010 in Chandigarh, India.Mark Kolbe/Getty Images Northern India’s Chandigarh is a well-kept secret for modern art and architecture in the country. The city boasts many pop up […]

MIA to pre-clear Cayman bound passengers

From Premier Alden McLaughlin’s FB post: I attended the signing ceremony of a new arrangement with the United States today [Tue 16], which will enhance intelligence cooperation and improve the experience of passengers arriving at Owen Roberts International Airport. “This was an initiative of the last Administration. I am pleased that this has progressed since […]

Bonaire the cool Caribbean island

Bonaire is the cool Caribbean island you didn’t know you were missing out on By Breanna Wilson , From Forbes Klein Bonaire Breanna Wilson Klein Bonaire, Bonaire’s tiny uninhabited island, and the perfect place to escape to for a few hours. Bonaire just might be the last of its kind. Because not only does this […]

Jamaica’s Minister of Tourism named as Caribbean Tourism Minister of 2017

By Laura Rawlings From The HolidayPlace Edmund Bartlett, the Minister of Tourism for Jamaica, has been named as the Caribbean Tourism Minister of the Year in the Caribbean Travel Awards 2017. The awards were judged by the editorial team of the Caribbean Journal website, who said that Mr Bartlett is an exceptional ambassador for the […]

5 luxury Caribbean resorts

Get Out Of The Cold at These 5 Luxury Resorts In The Caribbean By Everett Potter , From Forbes Jade Mountain Much of the United States has been incredibly cold for the past few weeks, leading many to wonder how they can face at least two more months of this freeze and thaw existence. Well, […]

Haiti’s popular ecotourism

Haiti’s most popular ecotourism destinations From Mongabay.com The tropical Caribbean island of Haiti is a paradise with a rich, fascinating history, natural wonders, and diverse cultural offerings. It has also been named by some as the next big thingin regional tourism. But ecotourism in particular could become important for Haiti, with its rich land and sea […]

Sailing the Caribbean in style onboard Viking Sky

BY JAMES LISTON From TTG Scandi style and charm meet value for money on a Viking Ocean cruise, as James Litston discovers in the Caribbean. Viking Sky West-Indies-ExplorerSHARELINESTwitterFacebook”Agents should feel confident recommending it to clients who enjoy quality, style and understated elegance..” I don’t think I have ever seen waves quite as tall as this. […]