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The rain falls at a 45 degree angle as I think of dinosaurs and watch pelicans diving for fish.
The earth will wash itself of humanity with bright indifference. 22 more words

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Episode 36 & 37!

Här kommer avsnitt 36 och 37! Dagen efter ankomst till Grenada lyfte vi RAN för att måla ny antifouling m.m. På varvet lärde vi känna Peter från Danmark som bjöd med oss att segla på Privateer, en Swan 60, i Grenadinerna under jul. 152 more words


Tibeau Cemetery: Falling into the Sea

The taxi driver repeated it back. “You want to go to the Tibeau Cemetery?” He seemed confused and probably suspicious.

The previous day, I asked the innkeeper about the cemetery. 157 more words

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Our little basin that is The Caribbean holds beautiful formations that have risen from, shifted and sunken into our space. Weather and time has given us volcanoes, caves and cliffs molded in limestone; forests that nurture spectacular waterfalls and magical bays that produce unexplored lagoons and mangroves. 986 more words


RIP: Remembering My Grandmother, Who Died Thanksgiving Day 2016

My granny would grind cocoa beans and make cocoa sticks rich with cinnamon and all the good spices and send them from her home in St. 599 more words

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St. Vincent and the Grenadines to ban killing sea turtles

St. Vincent and the Grenadines will as of January 1, make it illegal to catch or kill sea turtles or disturb their nest. Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves recently announced the change in the law at an event in Calliaqua, held to upgrade the fisheries facility in the town. 364 more words


A taste of St. Vincent at Ethlyn's Caribbean Bakery

Ethlyn’s Caribbean Bakery (1621 Nostrand Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11226) is in the heart of the Flatbush neighborhood on Nostrand Ave., which is the center of NYC’s Caribbean community. 299 more words