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WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 222 During your Shore Excursion when cruising aboard ss Magellan, you visit the Botanical

Gardens of St.Vincent, where you find a breadfruit tree grown from the original plant brought from Tahiti by Captain William Bligh in 1793; also in the grounds are endangered St.Vincent parrots and a museum with artifacts from earlier inhabitants of the island – the Arawak, Carib and Black Carib Indians.  ~  Ship Card (visiting Island … Continue reading

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WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 175 When visiting Cuba on board Indigo Sails you learn that Cubans have been fighting for

freedom and independence ever since Taino Indian Chief Hatuey (pronounced Ah-Tway) was burned at the stake in 1512: The slave rebellion in 1868, led by Carlos Manuel de Céspedes, who made the “Grito de Yara” declaring Cuban Independence, started the Ten Years War: The 1895 Insurrection inspired by José Marti was denied by the Treaty … Continue reading

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WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 92 As you approach the island of Guadeloupe on board ss Magellan and then sail around the two

wings of this island butterfly, you begin to understand why the Arawak Indians named this island Karukera (the Land of Beautiful Waters). It could be a brief rain-shower that clears the air; a view of the Atlantic waters walled in by dramatic cliffs; a serene lake in the mountains; one of the natural hot springs, … Continue reading

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WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 56 Originally, the Crossing Place on Middle Caicos was used by the early settlers at low tide to

cross over the sandbars to North Caicos. Nowadays, the Crossing Place Trail and Caves is an Eco-Tourism Project highlighted by Arawak and Lucayan Indian ruins, fabulous local scenery, hiking and biking trails, cave exploration and beautiful beaches with offshore snorkelling – all in an abundance of local plant and bird life. ~ Ship Card (visiting Islands … Continue reading

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WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 41 The British Virgin Islands have had an interesting life; originally formed by volcanic

activity many years ago, they then splintered into the collection of tiny islands and cays that exist today. Settled firstly by the Ciboney Indians, then the Arawak and Caribs, the islands were then fought over by the Spanish, English, French and Dutch. Mix in an unhealthy sampling of pirates and privateers, rumours of buried treasure, … Continue reading

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WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 222 During your Shore Excursion on board ss Magellan, you visit the Botanical Gardens of

St.Vincent, finding a breadfruit tree grown from the original plant brought from Tahiti by Captain William Bligh in 1793; also in the grounds are endangered St.Vincent parrots and a museum with artifacts from earlier inhabitants of the island – the Arawak, Carib and Black Carib Indians.  ~  Ship Card (visiting Island N-103)   Continue reading

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WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 175 When visiting Cuba on board Indigo Sails you learn that Cubans have been fighting for

freedom and independence ever since Taino Indian Chief Hatuey (pronounced Ah-Tway) was burned at the stake in 1512: The slave rebellion in 1868, led by Carlos Manuel de Céspedes, who made the “Grito de Yara” declaring Cuban Independence, started the Ten Years War: The 1895 Insurrection inspired by José Marti was denied by the Treaty … Continue reading

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WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 92 As you approach the island of Guadeloupe on board ss Magellan and then sail around the two

wings of this island butterfly, you begin to understand why the Arawak Indians named this island Karukera (the Land of Beautiful Waters). It could be a brief rain-shower that clears the air; a view of the Atlantic waters walled in by dramatic cliffs; a serene lake in the mountains; one of the natural hot springs, … Continue reading

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WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 56 Originally, the Crossing Place on Middle Caicos was used by the early settlers at low tide to

cross over the sandbars to North Caicos. Nowadays, the Crossing Place Trail and Caves is an Eco-Tourism Project highlighted by Arawak and Lucayan Indian ruins, fabulous local scenery, hiking and biking trails, cave exploration and beautiful beaches with offshore snorkelling – all in an abundance of local plant and bird life. ~ Ship Card (visiting Islands … Continue reading

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WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 41 The British Virgin Islands have had an interesting life. Originally formed by volcanic

activity many years ago, they then splintered into the collection of tiny islands and cays that exist today. Settled firstly by the Ciboney Indians, then the Arawak and Caribs, the islands were then fought over by the Spanish, English, French and Dutch. Mix in an unhealthy sampling of pirates and privateers, rumours of buried treasure, … Continue reading

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During your Shore Excursion from on board ss Magellan, you visit the Botanical

Gardens of St.Vincent, finding a breadfruit tree grown from the original plant brought from Tahiti by Captain William Bligh in 1793; also in the grounds are endangered St.Vincent parrots and a museum with artifacts from earlier inhabitants of the island – the Arawak, Carib and Black Carib Indians. ~  Ship Card (visiting Island N-103) Continue reading

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When visiting Cuba on board Indigo Sails you learn that Cubans have been fighting

for freedom and independence ever since Taino Indian Chief Hatuey (pronounced Ah-Tway) was burned at the stake in 1512: The slave rebellion in 1868, led by Carlos Manuel de Céspedes, who made the “Grito de Yara” declaring Cuban Independence, started the Ten Years War: The 1895 Insurrection inspired by José Marti was denied by the … Continue reading

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As you approach the island of Guadeloupe on board ss Magellan and then sail

around the two wings of this island butterfly, you begin to understand why the Arawak Indians named this island Karukera (the Land of Beautiful Waters) ~ it could be a brief rain-shower that clears the air; a view of the Atlantic waters walled in by dramatic cliffs; a serene lake in the mountains; one of … Continue reading

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Originally the Crossing Place on Middle Caicos was used by the early settlers at low tide to

cross over the sandbars to North Caicos. Nowadays, the Crossing Place Trail and Caves is an eco-tourism project highlighted by Arawak and Lucayan Indian ruins, fabulous local scenery, hiking and biking trails, beautiful beaches with snorkeling and cave exploration, all in a surrounding of abundant plant and bird life. ~ Ship Card (visiting Islands E-38 & … Continue reading

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On your island tour of Anguilla while sailing onboard the ss Magellan, you visit Fountain

Cave where Arawak petroglyphs are carved into the stalagmites and stalactites. Later in the day, while visiting The Valley, you make a find of commemorative stamps with illustrations of these carvings ~ “Jocahu”, “Cap Juluca”, “Solar Chieftain” and “Lizard” ~ all of which celebrate the spirituality and creativity of these original Amerindian settlers. At least … Continue reading

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The British Virgin Islands have had an interesting life. Originally formed by volcanic activity many years ago,

they then splintered into the collection of tiny islands and cays that exist today. Settled firstly by the Ciboney Indians, then the Arawak and Caribs; the islands were then fought over by the Spanish, English, French and Dutch. Mix in an unhealthy sampling of pirates and privateers, rumors of buried treasure, plus a plantation economy, … Continue reading

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WWCL Caribbean Cruise, Day 222

Ship Card     (visiting Island N-103) ~ During your shore excursion from on board ss Magellan, you visit the Botanical Gardens of St.Vincent, finding a breadfruit tree grown from the original plant brought from Tahiti by Captain William Bligh in 1793; also in the grounds are endangered St.Vincent parrots and a museum with artifacts from … Continue reading

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WWCL Caribbean Cruise, Day 175

Island Card         (visiting Island F-49) ~  When visiting Cuba on board Indigo Sails you learn that Cubans have been fighting for freedom and independence ever since Taino Indian Chief Hatuey (pronounced Ah-Tway) was burned at the stake in 1512: The slave rebellion in 1868, led by Carlos Manuel de Céspedes, who … Continue reading

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WWCL Caribbean Cruise, Day 92

Ship Card (visiting Island L-81) ~ As you approach the island of Guadeloupe on board ss Magellan and then sail around the two wings of this island butterfly, you begin to understand why the Arawak Indians named this island Karukera (the Land of Beautiful Waters) ~ it could be a brief rain-shower that clears the … Continue reading

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WWCL Caribbean Cruise, Day 56

Ship Card (visiting Islands E-38 & E-39) ~ Originally, the Crossing Place on Middle Caicos was used by the early settlers at low tide to cross over the sandbars to North Caicos. Nowadays, the Crossing Place Trail and Caves is an eco-tourism project highlighted by Arawak and Lucayan Indian ruins, fabulous local scenery, hiking and … Continue reading

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WWCL Caribbean Cruise, Day 50

Ship Card (visiting Island K-72) ~ On your island tour of Anguilla while sailing onboard the ss Magellan you visit Fountain Cave where Arawak petroglyphs are carved into the stalagmites and stalactites. Later in the day, while visiting The Valley, you make a find of commemorative stamps with illustrations of these carvings ~ “Jocahu”, “Cap … Continue reading

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WWCL Caribbean Cruise, Day 41

Island Card      (visiting Islands H-56, H-57, H-58 & H-64 on the scorecard) ~  The British Virgin Islands have had an interesting life. Originally formed by volcanic activity many years ago, they then splintered into the collection of tiny islands and cays that exist today. Settled firstly by the Ciboney Indians, then the Arawak … Continue reading

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WorldWide Cruise Line Ink, Day 222

Ship Card (visiting Island N-103) ~ During your shore excursion from on board the ss Magellan, you visit the Botanical Gardens of St.Vincent, where you can see a breadfruit tree grown from the original plant brought from Tahiti by Captain William Bligh in 1793. Also in the grounds are endangered St,Vincent parrots and a museum … Continue reading

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WWCL Caribbean Meditation, Day 175

Island Card                                              (visiting Island F-49) ~  When visiting Cuba on board Indigo Sails you learn that Cubans have been fighting for freedom and independence ever since Taino Indian Chief Hatuey (pronounced Ah-Tway) was … Continue reading

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WWCL Caribbean Meditation, Day 92

Ship Card                        (visiting Island L-81) ~  As you approach the island of Guadeloupe on board ss Magellan and then travel around the two wings of this island butterfly, you begin to understand why the Arawak Indians named this island Karukera (the Land of Beautiful … Continue reading

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WWCL Caribbean Meditation, Day 56

Ship Card                       (visiting Islands E-38 & E-39) ~  Originally the Crossing Place on Middle Caicos was used by the early settlers at low tide to cross over the sandbars to North Caicos. Nowadays, the Crossing Place Trail and Caves is an eco-tourism project highlighted … Continue reading

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WWCL Caribbean Meditation, Day 50

Ship Card                (visiting Island K-72) ~  On your island tour of Anguilla while sailing onboard the ss Magellan you visit Fountain Cave where Arawak petroglyphs are carved into the stalagmites and stalactites. Later in the day, while visiting The Valley, you make a find of commemorative stamps with illustrations … Continue reading

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Caribbean Meditation Olympic, Day 41

Island Card      (visiting Islands H-56, H-57, H-58 & H-64 on the scorecard) ~  The British Virgin Islands have had an interesting life. Originally formed by volcanic activity many years ago, they then splintered into the collection of tiny islands and cays that exist today. Settled firstly by the Ciboney Indians, then the Arawak … Continue reading