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WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 241 During your visit to Dominica (dom-i-nee-ka), the Nature Island of the Caribbean, on board

ss Colombia, your Shore Excursion takes you to this island’s Catholic Cathedral which is built of volcanic stone and glass with it’s different sections telling of Dominica’s past history – the Carib Indians, Christopher Columbus, French plantations, convicts sent to Devil’s Island, Victorian murals, and the stained glass windows and dark stone brought to the … Continue reading

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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 161 While visiting Curaçao on board ss Azure Sea you learn that the island has traditionally

been a refuge for the persecuted: From the Caiquetio Indians fleeing from the fierce Caribs; to freedom fighters Simon Bolivar and Juan Pablo Duarte; to the Jews, who built the oldest existing synagogue in the Western hemisphere; and to the Muslims and English Protestants who came for this island’s religious tolerance. But not your cab … Continue reading

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WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 130 The Carib Indians called her “Madinina” ~ the Isle of Flowers; Christopher Columbus

discovered “the best, richest, sweetest, most charming country in the world”. During your visit to Martinique on board mv Riviera you see for yourself the mountain roads splashed with anthurium, bougainvillea, hibiscus, fragipani and wild orchids. Now you understand why Paul Gaugin, painter extra-ordinaire, was so charmed by this island that he called it paradise. ~  Ship … Continue reading

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WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 125 When mv Riviera docks in Dominica you visit the Carib Territory of 3,700 acres with its

3,000 inhabitants who are some of the last indigenous Caribbean people in the world. The Caribs cultivate the land, fish, and work with different woods – bamboo, calabash, larouma reed and fwije (forest tree fern) – which they sculpt, carve and weave into unique and valuable pieces, including copies of the large waterproof chests and … Continue reading

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WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 80 Including America’s intervention in 1983, Grenada has lived a turbulent history. Firstly,

with French forces fighting the Carib Indians for possession, ending, in 1652, with some of the last of Kalinago (Carib Indian) men throwing their women and children off a northern precipice (Morne des Sauteurs) and then following them to their death on the rocks below. This was followed by battles between the British and the … Continue reading

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WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 77 First called Malliouhana by the fierce Carib Indians, this island was christened Anguilla

(an-gwee-ya) by Columbus in the 1490s. Both words translate to eel in their respective languages. Anguilla, with it’s white powdered sands edged by brilliant blue waters is a beach lovers dream come true. ~  Island Card (visiting Island K-72)  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 36 The Bay Islands have had a variety of inhabitants over the years: From a branch of the Mayan

Indians who originally settled the islands; to the Spanish; the Garifuna (descendants of Carib Indians and African slaves) and also Cayman islanders. There were also pirate contingents from England, France and the Netherlands who used the islands of Roatan and Utila amongst others as bases to harry and plunder Spanish treasure ships. ~ Ship Card (visiting … Continue reading

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WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 26 One of the most exciting sailing trips ever made in the Caribbean was the 1997 voyage made by

a handful of Kalinago (Carib Indians of Dominica), who, according to their art of canoe building, chopped down a huge gommier tree, hollowed it out and “opened” (stretched and warped) it; they then fitted a sail on which a Gli Gli (small fierce hawk revered by ancient Carib warriors) motif was daubed. These proud warriors … Continue reading

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WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 9 The Carib Indians, the French, English and Swedish have all fought over St.Bartélemy,

(St.Barts); at the present time, this is a French outpost with an ultra-chic South of France atmosphere. Stories have it that Monbars the Exterminator, a dreaded French buccaneer who preferred to count bodies than to count the spoils after raids, had his headquarters here; but one would hardly believe this as you wander through the … Continue reading

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WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 241 During your visit to Dominica (dom-i-nee-ka), the Nature Island of the Caribbean, on board

ss Colombia, your Shore Excursion takes you to this island’s Catholic Cathedral which is built of volcanic stone and glass with it’s different sections telling of Dominica’s past history – the Carib Indians, Christopher Columbus, French Plantations, Convicts sent to Devil’s Island, Victorian murals and the stained glass windows and dark stone brought to the … 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 161 While visiting Curaçao on board ss Azure Sea you learn that the island has the tradition as

a refuge for the persecuted: From the Caiquetio Indians fleeing from the fierce Caribs; to freedom fighters Simon Bolivar and Juan Pablo Duarte; to the Jews, who built the oldest existing synagogue in the Western hemisphere; and to the Muslims and English Protestants who came for this island’s religious tolerance. But not your cab driver, … Continue reading

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WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 130 The Carib Indians called her “Madinina” ~ the Isle of Flowers; Christopher Columbus

discovered “the best, richest, sweetest, most charming country in the world”. During your visit to Martinique on board mv Riviera you see for yourself the mountain roads splashed with anthurium, bougainvillea, hibiscus, fragipani and wild orchids. Now you understand why Paul Gaugin, painter extra-ordinaire, was so charmed by this island that he called it paradise. ~  Ship … Continue reading

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WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 125 When mv Riviera docks in Dominica you visit the Carib Territory of 3,700 acres with its

3,000 inhabitants who are some of the last indigenous Caribbean people in the world. The Caribs cultivate the land, fish, and work with different woods – bamboo, calabash, larouma reed and fwije (forest tree fern) – which they sculpt, carve and weave into unique and valuable pieces, including copies of the large waterproof chests and … Continue reading

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WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 80 Including America’s intervention in 1983, Grenada has lived a turbulent history. Firstly,

with French forces fighting the Carib Indians for possession, ending, in 1652, with some of the last of the Kalinago (Carib Indian) men throwing their women and children off a northern precipice (Morne des Sauteurs) and then following them to their death on the rocks below. This was followed by battles between the British and … Continue reading

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WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 77 First called Malliouhana by the fierce Carib Indians, this island was christened Anguilla

(an-gwee-ya) by Columbus in the 1490s. Both words translate to eel in their respective languages. Anguilla, with it’s white powdered sands edged by brilliant blue waters is a beach lovers dream come true. ~  Island Card (visiting Island K-72)  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 36 The Bay Islands have had a variety of inhabitants over the years: From a branch of the Mayan

Indians who originally settled the islands; to the Spanish; the Garifuna (descendants of Carib Indians and African slaves) and also Cayman islanders. There were also pirate contingents from England, France and the Netherlands who used the islands of Roatan and Utila amongst others as bases to harry and plunder Spanish treasure ships. ~ Ship Card (visiting … Continue reading

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WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 26 One of the most exciting sailing trips ever made in the Caribbean was the 1997 voyage made by

a handful of Kalinago (Carib Indians of Dominica), who, according to their art of canoe building, chopped down a huge gommier tree, hollowed it out and “opened” (stretched and warped) it; they then fitted a sail on which a Gli Gli (small fierce hawk revered by ancient Carib warriors) motif was daubed. These proud warriors … Continue reading

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WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 9 The Carib Indians, the French, English and Swedish have all fought over St.Bartélemy,

(St.Barts). Now, this is a French outpost with an ultra-chic South of France atmosphere. Stories have it that Monbars the Exterminator, a dreaded French buccaneer who preferred to count bodies than to count the spoils after raids, had his headquarters here; but one would hardly believe this as you wander through the quaint Port of … Continue reading

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During your visit to Dominica (dom-i-nee-ka), the Nature Island of the Caribbean, on

board ss Colombia, your shore excursion takes you to this island’s Catholic Cathedral which is built of volcanic stone and glass with it’s different sections telling of Dominica’s past history – the Carib Indians, Christopher Columbus, French Plantations, Convicts sent to Devil’s Island, Victorian murals and the stained glass windows and dark stone brought to the … 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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While visiting Curaçao on board ss Azure Sea you learn that this island has the tradition

as a refuge for the persecuted: From the Caiquetio Indians fleeing from the fierce Caribs; to freedom fighters Simon Bolivar and Juan Pablo Duarte; to the Jews, who built the oldest existing synagogue in the Western hemisphere; and to the Muslims and English Protestants who came for this island’s religious tolerance. But not your cab … Continue reading

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The Carib Indians called her “Madinina” ~ the Isle of Flowers; Christopher Columbus

discovered “the best, richest, sweetest, most charming country in the world”. During your visit to Martinique on board mv Riviera you see for yourself the mountain roads splashed with anthurium, bougainvillea, hibiscus, fragipani and wild orchids. Now you understand why Paul Gaugin, painter extra-ordinaire, was so charmed by this island that he called it paradise. ~ Ship Card … Continue reading

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When mv Riviera docks in Dominica you visit the Carib Territory of 3,700 acres with

it’s 3,000 inhabitants who are some of the last indigenous Caribbean people in the world. The Caribs cultivate the land, fish, and work with different woods ~ bamboo, calabash, larouma reed and fwije (forest tree fern) ~ which they sculpt, carve and weave into unique and valuable pieces, including copies of the large waterproof chests … Continue reading

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Including America’s Intervention in 1983, Grenada has lived a turbulent history. Firstly, with French

forces fighting the Carib Indians for possession, ending, in 1652, with some of the last of the Kalinago (Carib Indian) men throwing their women and children off a northern precipice (Morne des Sauteurs) and then following them to their death on the rocks below. This was followed by battles between the British and the French … Continue reading

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First called Malliouhana by the fierce Carib Indians, this island was christened

Anguilla (an-gwee-ya) by Columbus in the 1490s. Both words translate to eel in their respective languages. Anguilla, with it’s white powdered sands edged by brilliant blue waters is a beach lover’s dream come true. ~ Island Card (visiting Island K-72) 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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The Bay Islands have had a variety of inhabitants over the years: From a branch of the Mayan

Indians who originally settled the islands, to the Spanish, the Garifuna (descendants of Carib Indians and African slaves) and Cayman islanders. There were also pirate contingents from England, France and the Netherlands who used the islands of Roatan and Utila, amongst others, as bases to harry and plunder Spanish treasure ships. ~ Continue reading

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One of the most exciting sailing trips ever made in the Caribbean was the 1997 voyage made by

a handful of Kalinago (Carib Indians of Dominica), who, according to their art of canoe building, chopped down a huge gommier tree, hollowed it out and “opened” (stretched and warped) it; afterwards fitting a sail on which a Gli Gli (small fierce hawk revered by ancient Carib warriors) motif was daubed. These proud warriors then … Continue reading

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The Carib Indians, the French, English and Swedish have all fought over St.Barthélemy,

(St.Barts). Now, this is a French outpost with an ultra-chic South of France atmosphere. Stories have it that Monbars the Exterminator, a dreaded French buccaneer who preferred to count bodies than to count his spoils after raids, had his headquarters here; but one would hardly believe this as you wander through the quaint Port of … Continue reading

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WWCL Caribbean Cruise, Day 241

Island Card (visiting Island N-104) ~  During your visit to Dominica (dom-i-nee-ka), the Nature Island of the Caribbean, on board ss Colombia, your shore excursion takes you to this island’s Catholic Cathedral which is built of volcanic stone and glass with it’s different sections telling of Dominica’s past history – the Carib Indians, Christopher Columbus, French … 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 161

Island Card             <Lose Island R-115> ~  While visiting Curaçao on board ss Azure Sea you learn that the island has the tradition as a refuge for the persecuted: From the Caiquetio Indians fleeing from the fierce Caribs; to freedom fighters Simon Bolivar and Juan Pablo Duarte; to the Jews, … Continue reading

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WWCL Caribbean Cruise, Day 130

Ship Card (visiting Island L-77) ~ The Carib Indians called her “Madinina” ~ the Isle of Flowers; Christopher Columbus discovered “the best, richest, sweetest, most charming country in the world”. During your visit to Martinique on board mv Riviera you see for yourself the mountain roads splashed with anthurium, bougainvillea, hibiscus, fragipani and wild orchids. … Continue reading

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WWCL Caribbean Cruise, Day 125

Island Card (visiting Island N-104) ~ When mv Riviera docks in Dominica you visit the Carib Territory of 3,700 acres with it’s 3,000 inhabitants who are some of the last indigenous Caribbean people in the world. The Caribs cultivate the land, fish, and work with different woods ~ bamboo, calabash, larouma reed and fwije (forest … Continue reading

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WWCL Caribbean Cruise, Day 80

Ship Card <lose Island N-102 from your scorecard> ~ Including America’s intervention in 1983, Grenada has lived a turbulent history. Firstly, with French forces fighting the Carib Indians for possession, ending, in 1652, with some of the last of the Kalinago (Carib Indian) men throwing their women and children off a northern precipice (Morne des … Continue reading

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WWCL Caribbean Cruise, Day 77

Island Card (visiting Island K-72) ~ First called Malliouhana by the fierce Carib Indians, this island was christened Anguilla (an-gwee-ya) by Columbus in the 1490s. Both words translate to eel in their respective languages. Anguilla, with it’s white powdered sands edged by brilliant blue waters is a beach lovers dream come true. ~ 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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WWCL Caribbean Cruise, Day 36

Ship Card (visiting Islands V-134 & V-135) ~ The Bay Islands have had a variety of inhabitants over the years. From a branch of the Mayan Indians who originally settled the islands, to the Spanish, the Garifuna (descendants of Carib Indians and African slaves) and also Cayman islanders. There were also pirate contingents from England, … Continue reading

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WWCL Caribbean Cruise, Day 26

Ship Card (visiting Islands N-102, N-103, N-104, P-105, P-108) ~ One of the most exciting sailing trips ever made in the Caribbean was the 1997 voyage made by a handful of Kalinago (Carib Indians of Dominica), who, according to their art of canoe building, chopped down a huge gommier tree, hollowed it out and “opened” … Continue reading

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WWCL Caribbean Cruise, Day 9

Island Card (visiting Island L-80) ~ The Carib Indians, the French, English and Swedish have all fought over St.Barthélemy, (St.Barts). Now, this is a French outpost with an ultra-chic South of France atmosphere. Stories have it that Monbars the Exterminator, a dreaded French buccaneer who preferred to count bodies than to count his spoils after … Continue reading

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WorldWide Cruise Line Ink, Day 241

Island Card (visiting Island N-104) ~ During your visit to Dominica (dom-i-nee-ka), the Nature Island of the Caribbean, on board ss Colombia, your shore excursion takes you to this island’s Catholic Cathedral which is built of volcanic stone and glass with different sections telling of Dominica’s past history; the Carib Indians, Christopher Columbus, French Plantations, … 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 80

Ship Card                            <lose Island N-102 from your scorecard> ~  Including America’s intervention in 1983, Grenada has lived a turbulent history. Firstly, with French forces fighting the Carib Indians for possession, ending, in 1652, with some of the last of the Kalinago (Carib … Continue reading