Author: Mirissa De Four

Embark, Festivals and Events

Caribbean Datebook (July/August 2015)

Don’t miss . . . Mango season It’s without debate the Caribbean’s favourite fruit, and across the islands the start of mango season...

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Embark, Festivals and Events

Caribbean Datebook (March/April 2015)

New Orleans See the art of mas It’s no longer a controversial idea that the Caribbean’s many masquerade traditions are expressions of...

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Embark, Festivals and Events

Caribbean Datebook (January/February 2015)

Trinidad and Tobago Carnival top ten Trinidad and Tobago’s modern-day Carnival is different to that of yesteryear, although important...

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Embark, Festivals and Events

Caribbean Datebook (November/December 2014)

Barbados Hang ten November means surf’s up at the celebrated Soup Bowl on the east coast of Barbados, at the Barbados Independence...

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Embark, Festivals and Events, Food and Cuisine, Sports, Aruba, Bonaire, Dominica, Puerto Rico, Trinidad and Tobago, United States

Caribbean Datebook (September/October 2014)

New York Breakaway on the parkway You live in North America, but didn’t make it back to the Caribbean for any of this year’s Carnivals?...

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Embark, Festivals and Events, Sports

Caribbean Datebook (July/August 2014)

Barbados Hop to crop It’s Crop Over time again! That’s right: head over to the most easterly of the Caribbean islands this July and...

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Festivals and Events

Happenings – March/April 2011

Not just another manic Monday “Is mud, mud, mud, mud, mud madness!” This line from rapso group 3Canal’s hit song, “Mud Madness”,...

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Culture, Festivals and Events

More than just a pretty face

Caribbean Airlines (CAL) flew into uncharted airspace earlier this year when it hosted an online competition, Faces of Caribbean Airlines....

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