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Datebook | Caribbean Events Calendar (July/August 2017)

Issue 146 (July/August 2017) | 0 comments
Events around the Caribbean in July and August, from the Caribbean Premier League to Carifesta XIII in Barbados

The Bibliothèque Schoelcher: a Library For All | Parting Shot

Issue 146 (July/August 2017) | 0 comments
Martinique’s Bibliothèque Schoelcher is a storehouse of history in more ways than one

Santiago de Cuba | Neighbourhood

Issue 146 (July/August 2017) | 0 comments
Cuba’s onetime capital, sheltered by the Sierra Maestra, is a living history museum and a cultural epicentre, especially during the July Carnival

Nassau, The Bahamas | Layover

Issue 145 (May/June 2017) | 0 comments
On a business trip to the capital of the Bahamas with a few hours to spare? Overnighting before you board your cruise ship? You can catch the essential flavour of Nassau even on a brief visit

Gros Islet, St Lucia | Neighbourhood

Issue 145 (May/June 2017) | 0 comments
No longer a sleepy fishing village, this community near St Lucia’s northern tip has become the island’s tourism centre, thanks to its proximity to Rodney Bay

Datebook | Caribbean Events Calendar (May/June 2017)

Issue 145 (May/June 2017) | 0 comments
Events around the Caribbean in May and June, from the Timehri Film Festival in Guyana to Dominica’s Hike Fest

Born blue: Suriname’s blue poison dart frog

Issue 145 (May/June 2017) | 0 comments
Suriname’s blue poison dart frog is a living treasure of the rainforest

Mangrove view

Issue 144 (March/April 2017) | 1 comment
A mosaic of greens and blues seen from high above, Barbuda’s Codrington Lagoon is a natural gem, home to mangrove forests and seabird colonies

Bridgetown, Barbados | Layover

Issue 144 (March/April 2017) | 0 comments
As one of the Caribbean’s most popular tourist destinations, Barbados is also a major hub for international flights to the region. Our guide to exploring the island when time is tight

Port Elizabeth, Bequia | Neighbourhood

Issue 144 (March/April 2017) | 0 comments
The capital of the second-largest of the Grenadine Islands is a haven for yachties — but also for artists and foodies