Issue 112 (November/December 2011)

The style and the stars of our glamorous cover photo • Ziplines through the rainforest, swimming with stingrays, Segway tours and snorkelling…Bridget van Dongen recommends the best Antiguan vacation venues and activities • Janine Fung takes a trek to the Kanuku Mountains • Sharda Patasar on the struggle for survival on this tiny island • Writer, artist, activist, MP, champion of the First People: Raymond Ramcharitar sums up Dominica’s Lennox Honychurch • Rodney Granado follows record-breaking dragster driver Sheldon Bissessar as he roars down the track • Janice Edwards brings a homey comfort to her dishes as the head cook at Grenada’s Mount Cinnamon boutique resort. She talked to Lisa Allen-Agostini • Nazma Muller coaxed recipes, secrets and tips from Caribbean celebrities • Rosemary Parkinson on the best authentic Jamaican food and where to find it • It’s not just homesick and hungry West Indians who visit this Caribbean outpost in Canada. Debbie Jacob finds out why • In the melting-pot of Paramaribo, you’ll find the flavours of the world. Jonathan Ali sampled almost all of them • Mediaeval strolling mummers, French quadrilles and African rhythms…Simon Lee experiences a unique cultural tradition in St Kitts • Caroline Taylor on the campaign to restore one of T&T’s historic cathedrals • Going vegetarian is a healthy choice that’s easier – and tastier – than you think, explains Franka Philip • Garry Steckles’ lament for dancehall star Buju Banton • James Ferguson recalls the tragic pioneer who brought the air age to the region • Cedriann J Martin records a day in the life of a T&T doubles vendor – and explains her famous brand name

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