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Down by the Bieu

There weren’t as many people around at the time we walked in (it was past lunchtime) but through its doors, we could see the bright patterned tablecloths and chef’s bustling at their stations as their shift was ending.  192 more words


USDA Provides More Than $10 Million to Help Caribbean Area Farmers Recover Following Hurricanes

SAN JUAN, P.R./November 21, 2017 (STL.News) – USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is providing $10.9 million in technical and financial assistance to help farmers in Puerto Rico and the U.S. 10 more words

Havana, Cuba

Photo: @viaggiacuore

Source: Instagram


An easy solution to a complicated issue

Biodiversity is important. That is a fact, and it would take a fool to deny it. Yet how important is it exactly? How much does it matter how many species an ecosystem has, or which? 700 more words


Interacting with the Iguanas, Swimming Pigs and Sharks of The Bahamas

On our recent trip to The Bahamas we went to the capital Nassau and then to The Exumas.

The Exumas are an archipelago, made up of more than 365 islands and islets.  497 more words


San Juan Puerto Rico: Old Town

Old Town San Juan is a delightful place to spend the day shopping, eating, and taking in the sites.

A small coffee shop to enjoy the open air. 172 more words