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What follows the storm in Dominica | Green

Issue 149 (January/February 2018) | 0 comments
In September 2017, Hurricane Maria devastated Dominica’s houses, businesses, and infrastructure. But the storm also took a toll on the Nature Isle’s forests and wildlife — a major blow for an economy that depends on eco-tourism. Paul Crask reports

Dominica: morning has broken

Issue 136 (November/December 2015) | 1 comment
Dominica was devastated by Tropical Storm Erika last August. But the beauty of the Nature Island, and the spirit of her people, survived the ordeal, writes Paul Crask, and every morning still brings fresh wonder

Word of mouth (May/June 2015)

Issue 133 (May/June 2015) | 0 comments
Tropical beauty at Dominica’s annual flower show, and going the distance at the Rainbow Cup Triathlon

The Owia Salt Pond. Photograph by Paul Crask

St Vincent top ten

Issue 105 (September/October 2010) | 0 comments
Don’t know what to do in St Vincent and the Grenadines? You’ll be spoilt for choice if you follow Paul Crask’s suggestions

Kanki, a Kalinago dish of sweetened manioc and spices. Photograph by Celia Sorhaindo

Time stands still in Touna Auté, Dominica

Issue 97 (May/June 2009) | 0 comments
This is a real Amerindian village, not a quaint replica for the benefit of tourists. Paul Crask visits where Dominica’s past meets the present

Drying cocoa beans. Photograph by Celia Sorhaindo

A Green [Organic] Valley in Grenada

Issue 115 (May/June 2012) | 0 comments
Paul Crask visits the organic agri-tourism attraction Belmont Estate

Photograph by Paul Crask

Rolling in the deep: whale-watching in Dominica

Issue 110 (July/August 2011) | 0 comments
Paul Crask has a whale of a time whale watching off the coast of Dominica

Hillsborough Bay from Mount Royal. Photograph by Paul Crask

Carriacou: voyage to world’s end

Issue 102 (March/April 2010) | 0 comments
You can walk around the tiny island of Carriacou in a day, but you won’t exhaust its charms, says Paul Crask, back from his strolling tour

The children from Atkinson School who wrote the book, with their teacher, Micheline Bruno. Photograph courtesy Papillote Press

Book Reviews – May/June 2010

Issue 103 (May/June 2010) | 0 comments
The new books that are reflecting the region right now

Octave enjoys the view from the top. Photograph by Paul Crask

I can see clearly now: hiking Dominica’s Pitons

Issue 103 (May/June 2010) | 0 comments
On the climb to the top of Dominica’s Morne Trois Pitons, Paul Crask learns to look at hiking in a whole new way