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Papillote Wilderness Retreat, Dominica

Botswana has a clear “low volume, high value” approach to its tourism; they want to prevent over exposure and devaluing the quality of the experience. Dominica, in the West Indies, has a similar philosophy. 465 more words

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The Cabernet, Road Town, BVIs

Our last stop is for a lunchtime swim and we anchor in a beautiful bay on Peter Island. There’s a smart resort here but they are gracious enough to let visiting yachtsmen use the beach and have lunch. 515 more words

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Foxy's Bar, Jost Van Dyke, BVIs

We’ve never managed to escape the winter gloom before. Too much work stopping play. We have friends who’ve done it nearly every year – well, certainly for the last ten years. 626 more words

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Fasnacht 2017

Basel will celebrate Fasnacht on Monday, March 6 at 4:00 am with Morgenstreich through Wednesday, March 8, 2017.  And this year, we as a family might just participate in Morgenstreich, as our children have never witnessed the magic of a dark city while Piccolos and drums fill the streets with their remarkable sounds. 396 more words

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Balls

Right now, Jasper’s favorite food is a meatball sub.

Fortunately, he’s not too picky about the meatballs, the bread, or the sauce. I usually throw it together on a piece of wheat bread with some Stop & Shop bottled organic tomato sauce. 310 more words

Marina Cay, British Virgin Islands

The circuit anticlockwise around the British Virgin Islands takes about a week, covering 85-90 nautical miles. The winds are almost always reliable easterlies giving you a bit of work as you head past Norman, Cooper, Salt and Peter islands and reach Virgin Gorda, where the spacious North Sound allows a wide choice of moorings, anchoring and restaurants. 477 more words

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