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Liming - On the Edge - Castries

Keith left me to my own devices for much of Sunday, and I was able to get acclimatised.  Although it was only a six day trip, no-one in St Lucia was going to work when they didn’t have to.  433 more words

Travel

Yole, Yole, Yole your boat!

 

Right place, right time…timing and attitude…be here now.  Ok (or in the local vernacular, d’accord).  Well, unplanned and unexpected, we happened upon an ‘event’. 718 more words

Mistress Meanderings

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One of my most aching family history research questions comes from a desire to know if my great-grandparents knew each other in their home islands or if they did not meet until after migrating to Panama.   556 more words

Martinique

History's Lessons Live at Martinique's La Savane des Esclaves

This travel article by Brian Major appeared in Travel Pulse.

Several contemporary commentators assert that we live in a post-racial society. While that certainly is a worthy and necessary goal, it clearly has yet to be achieved. 909 more words

News

Photography Exhibition: Philippe Virapin’s « Insomnie »

Philippe Virapin’s « Insomnie » opened in June and will be on view until August 3, 2014, at Case à Léo, L’Habitation Clément, Martinique. Through a collection of sixteen photographs, this individual exhibition invites the spectator to explore the depths and magic of the tropical night and its inhabitants. 196 more words

Art

Gooooolazo! Panamanian Records for Adele and Francois

Early on the morning of June 12th I stepped into a long line to check in for my flight with the Panamanian airline COPA. I was surprised the flight was so full. 1,199 more words

Maternal