Issue 135 (September/October 2015)

Embark

Immerse

When mas was mas: Brooklyn Carnival

Far from the streets of Port of Spain, Trinidad Carnival’s tradition of colourful fantasy mas thrives in the midst of Brooklyn’s Labour Day celebrations — and in J’Ouvert, no less. It’s thanks to the vision of masman Roy Pierre and his colleagues, says Ray Funk. Their bands are true to history and to the present moment, all at once
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No money, no love

Laura Guzmán and Israel Cárdenas, partners in life and in filmmaking, tell intimate stories with a lyrical touch. Their latest film, exploring sex tourism in the Dominican Republic, is a step towards something even more ambitious, writes Jonathan Ali
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Arrive

A cave of one’s own

Near Turkey’s geographical heart, Cappadocia is a region of dramatic cliffs, gorges, and rock pillars. For centuries locals have excavated cave dwellings and whole underground cities into the rock. Philip Sander goes in search of a cave with a view
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Tip of the rock: Barbados’ north coast

Far from the crowds of Bridgetown and the bustle of the south coast, the northern tip of Barbados is a rugged and picturesque landscape of hills and dramatic cliffs, caves and coves. It can feel almost like another island — but as Nixon Nelson finds, it’s still within easy reach
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