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Manatees thriving in Caribbean

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

When Junior the manatee first lifted its nostrils out of the water after it was released into its new Caribbean enclosure, the humans watching with bated breath remembered to breathe as well. 1,227 more words

Current Affairs

False Nine by Philip Kerr

After the events of the previous book, Hand of God, Scott Manson has found himself out of work and looking for a new managerial position. 330 more words

Fashion: Marielle Plaisir presents “Les Barbares”

Guadeloupean artist Marielle Plaisir will be presenting her first fashion collection of her brand “Les Barbares” at the NEW YORK Now Market (Javitz Convention Center) from August 21 through August 24, 2016. 45 more words


The Shores Less Traveled

A Venetian-built stone fortress towers above the cluster of coastal medieval buildings as you glide into the small harbor of Greece’s Nafplion, waving to private yachts from your own well-appointed vessel. 647 more words

Articles From The Travel Magazine

Gwada - to do, to see, to take with you

Guadeloupe or just Gwada is a wonderful access point to the Caribbean – not necessarily from the point of access to other islands, but as a place with the flair of the Caribbean and the comfort of a French Overseas Department. 532 more words


Guadeloupe ?!A lot of surprises...

We took a ferry on the way to Guadeloupe and we experienced a bit of a cultural and visual shock. First of all, when you leave Dominica everything must seem super developed and industrialized. 438 more words