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Whether you are scuba diving Cozumel’s Palancar Reef, the shipwrecks at Cayos Lobos

or the cave of the sleeping sharks off Isla Mujeres, remember to protect and conserve your environment: Also, please … leave only bubbles  ooo ººº °°° ˚˚˚  ̊ ̊ ̊  ~  Island Card (visiting Islands X-145, X-146 & X-149) Advertisements Continue reading

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Friendship Hill offers great views for hikers on Canouan (pronounced can-ah-wan), with

Salt Whistle Bay on the island of Mayreau off to the south. At the north end of the island, Maho Bay is one of many beautiful white sand beaches amid a calm turquoise sea.  ~  Island Card (visiting Islands M-90 & M-91) Continue reading

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When visiting Salt Cay on board ss Caribbean Star relax at one of the superb, small,

quiet guest houses: Then choose from water sports, horseback riding, bicycling, beachcombing or sunbathing, before finishing off the trip with catch of the day (lobster, grouper or cracked conch), peas’n’rice and callaloo. ~  Island Card (visiting Island E-33) Continue reading

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When ssc Island Dancer visits the town of Hamilton in Pembroke Parish, Bermuda, you

visit City Hall and the Bermuda National Gallery with its superb portrait paintings by Gainsborough, Reynolds and Murillo, alongside contemporary works by local artists which reflect upon the island’s history and heritage. The time spanned by these pieces of art is from the 16th century to the present day.  ~  Island Card (visiting Island Parish … Continue reading

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Most of the population of Guanaja live just offshore on Hog Cay in Bonacca, a crowded

town with narrow twisting streets and houses built on stilts that line the waterways which bisect this “Venice of Honduras”. Rent a boat and relax while fishing during the afternoon. Later, after catching a medium sized snapper you visit a local restaurant where the chef prepares and cooks it for your dinner. ~  Ship Card … Continue reading