September 17, 2019

The Caribbean Journal’s best destinations for Foodies [Cayman makes list]

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The foodie revolution is upon us. And it means more and more travelers are planning their trips around a single purpose: culinary exploration. Thankfully, the Caribbean is one of the great food destinations in the world, with dozens of destinations rife for tastebud tourism. Of course, not all Caribbean foodie destinations are the same. Some […]

Runners and Riders for RORC Caribbean 600, Antigua

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By Louay Habib With 65 entries, a record entry for the sixth RORC Caribbean 600 is a certainty and right through the fleet the quality and character of the yachts and sailors is strong and deep. The Royal Ocean Racing Club (RORC) was founded to encourage long distance yacht racing across a broad spectrum and […]

Martinique and Guadeloupe become Associate Members of the ACS

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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad — “For the first time, the Caribbean as a region is represented in one Association; the French, English, Spanish and Dutch,” boasted the Ambassador Alfonso Múnera, secretary general of the Association of Caribbean States (ACS), upon the acceptance of the French overseas territories of Martinique and Guadeloupe into the ACS as […]

Caribbean Project: The collapse of Caribbean agriculture

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By Hunter Wallace From Occidental Dissent In spite of all that has been written here about the Golden Circle, the sugar plantation in the Caribbean has gone the way of the cotton plantation in the Deep South. Agriculture in general has also ceased to be of much importance: “The most spectacular decline was in the […]

Chikungunya Update

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From Cayman Islands Public Health Department Medical Officer of Health Dr. Kiran Kumar has issued an update on the outbreak of the Chikungunya virus disease in the Caribbean. From 6 December to 31 December 2013, 111 cases of Chikungunya were confirmed in six Caribbean countries. These are: Saint Martin (French side): 89 cases Saint Maarten […]