As he spends three days roaming Carriacou and Petite Martinique — Grenada’s less-visited offshore islands — Paul Crask reflects on the islands’ histories, soaks up their charms, and muses about their futures
The Caribbean has plenty of bustling cities and popular beaches — but when you really want to get away from everything, you can also find tranquil hideaways, from tiny coastal villages in Tobago and Dominica to the indigenous settlements of Guyana’s Rupununi
It’s Carnival time! Come on a panyard lime with Barbara Jenkins, experience the thrilling, shape-shifting ritual of J’Ouvert in a poem by Shivanee Ramlochan, and discover Carriacou’s unique Shakespeare mas. Meanwhile, Jamaica celebrates its musical heritage at Reggae Month
Don’t miss . . . Diwali 19 October Guyana Tiny deyas twinkle in the night. Their small rays bring hope and positivity, as Mother Lakshmi,...