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Uncommon Caribbean

Uncommon Caribbean

The insider's Caribbean travel blog celebrating the undiscovered charms of the West Indies. From rum to roti to island cocktails and more beyond the beach, Uncommon Caribbean reveals a unique side of Caribbean travel seldom featured in traditional travel
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2012-03-06 12:46:34

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  • The Peculiar Parochial History of Protestant Cay, St. Croix
    This place brings out the naughty in me. Well, at least it used to. During the carefree days of my youth in St. Croix, Hotel On The Cay was a frequent Saturday hangout among my group of friends… much to the chagrin of management. All but one of us would swim the 200 or so yards from the Christiansted waterfront over to The Cay, the better to avoid the ferry fee. The lone rider was in charge of getting our cooler across so we wouldn’t have to buy beers at the restaurant. Economics! We’d set up shop on the beach, always conspicuously close to off-island visitors of the fairer sex in hopes of enticing a bit of adventuring to the “other side” of the Cay, away from prying eyes. The post The Peculiar Parochial History of Protestant Cay, St. Croix appeared first on Uncommon Caribbean.
    Tuesday 27th of June 2017 07:40:01 PM
  • Fulfilling The Need for Speed in the Turks and Caicos
    Sometimes, as the name of this boat implies, there is no why. Sometimes you just need to throw caution to the wind. To have fun no matter the cost. To break loose from your normal staid every day. Why? Jus B’ Cause. The calm and astoundingly aquamarine waters of the Turks and Caicos Islands invite just such indulgences. You go a little faster here, let your hair down a little further, and generally go home already jonesing to return. Wish you were here..? The post Fulfilling The Need for Speed in the Turks and Caicos appeared first on Uncommon Caribbean.
    Monday 26th of June 2017 06:44:25 PM
  • Photo of the Day: Sailing is Sexy
    Sailing is so many things. Exhilarating, calming, frustrating, fulfilling, and on and on. But one description that almost always comes up in my mind is sexy. We saw it with the sexy sailors before I ever jumped my first main and I see it every time I’ve been lucky enough to cast off since. Sailing is just damn sexy and this shot captured in the British Virgin Islands is just another example of this fact. Check out our friends at Sunsail to set sail with yo’ sexy self. The post Photo of the Day: Sailing is Sexy appeared first on Uncommon Caribbean.
    Saturday 24th of June 2017 01:05:20 PM
  • Add Some Sweet to Your Summer With a Cruzan Cooler
    Sometimes, somehow, you end up with rum you don’t really like. Maybe it was a gift. Or maybe you got snookered by a pretty bottle; an all style and little substance rum better suited for… well… anything but drinking. Or maybe your tastes just changed over the years, rendering an old favorite as just plain old bad. Such is the state of my current relationship with most Cruzan Flavored Rums. Curse me all you want fellow Crucians, the fruity booze just ain’t for me. (Okay, I still kinda’ like this one.) Doesn’t change the fact that I have a lot of it, though. The post Add Some Sweet to Your Summer With a Cruzan Cooler appeared first on Uncommon Caribbean.
    Friday 23rd of June 2017 10:29:47 PM
  • Afternoon Zen at Le Temps des Cerises, St. Martin
    You’ve just wrapped up an amazing lunch of Tartare de Mahi-Mahi a la Creole. This after savoring a soothing start to the day en la plage along Grand-Case. St. Martin never seemed so sweet. To the left, the beach entices your return. To the right, the bar. Rhum or rosé? This is St. Martin, after all… While you decide, you settle back into your chair, your mind completely set at ease among the dancing lanterns and beach-chic serenity of Le Temps des Cerises… Your monthly moment of zen. The post Afternoon Zen at Le Temps des Cerises, St. Martin appeared first on Uncommon Caribbean.
    Thursday 22nd of June 2017 05:41:02 PM
  • For The Best Local Food in Curacao, Head To Plasa Bieu
    No matter what you’re in the mood to eat, chances are you’ll be able to find it in Curacao. More than 50 different nationalities are represented here, a product of slavery, the island’s popularity and relative prosperity over the centuries. Restaurants specializing in the cuisine of these disparate lands can be found all over Curacao, but to get a taste for the uniquely Curacaoan food born of the blend of the island’s 50+ global culinary traditions, Plasa Bieu is the place to go. Nestled in the heart of the Punda district of Willemstad, Plasa Bieu is as authentic an institution of local gastronomy as you’ll find anywhere in the Caribbean. The post For The Best Local Food in Curacao, Head To Plasa Bieu appeared first on Uncommon Caribbean.
    Wednesday 21st of June 2017 08:26:06 PM
  • All The Ingredients For The Perfect TCI Sunset
    What makes the perfect TCI sunset? For some people it’s a perfectly-placed beach bar like the Cabana Bar and Grill at Ocean Club. I mean, you’re right on the sand and your view is something like this… What’s not to like? For others, it’s an event; a happening or party where the thrills and excitement only get heightened as the sunlight fades away. In Provo, that means the Tuesday Night Beach BBQ at The Somerset, or the Island Fish Fry held every Thursday at the Bight. Still others prefer a bit of seclusion, something that thankfully is in no short supply along the 12+ miles of Grace Bay Beach. The post All The Ingredients For The Perfect TCI Sunset appeared first on Uncommon Caribbean.
    Tuesday 20th of June 2017 10:04:03 PM
  • Uncommon Envy: Îlet à Cabrit des Saintes, Guadeloupe
    She teased me incessantly throughout the entirety of my nearly two days in Terre-de-Haut, the impossibly charming corner of the Îles des Saintes, Guadeloupe; a stunning expanse of exotic islet sweetness stretching from the Bay of Les Saintes. Îlet à Cabrit: the one that got away. Oh, I didn’t think too much of her at first. Gliding past Cabrit on the ferry from Trois-Riviere, I hardly gave her a second glance, so excited was I to get ashore and at the charms on Terre-de-Haut. Most everywhere I went on Terre-de-Haut, though, she was there, Cabrit’s beauty and the thrill of her unknown treasures a constant distraction. The post Uncommon Envy: Îlet à Cabrit des Saintes, Guadeloupe appeared first on Uncommon Caribbean.
    Monday 19th of June 2017 09:32:35 PM
  • Dad?s Guide to Short Races on Long Bay Beach
    If there’s one thing all fathers figure out eventually, it’s that the word “father” is much more of a verb than a noun. Teaching, setting an example, coaching, providing, transporting, disciplining, inspiring, and on and on ? being a father isn’t something you become, it’s something you do. And do again and again. And basically, never stop doing. Plus, if your kids are anything like my boys, then they’re likely to reserve the vast majority of their appreciation and affection for their mother. So, what’s a dad to do? Short races on a long beach. Do that thing that needs doing, now. The post Dad’s Guide to Short Races on Long Bay Beach appeared first on Uncommon Caribbean.
    Sunday 18th of June 2017 12:41:19 PM
  • New Ways To Jet Away To The Caribbean in 2017
    Stare directly at a Caribbean shoreline long enough and the smile the sight solicits across your face will surely be returned before long, the extremities at opposite ends of your frame of view ebbing and flowing over time into a froth-filled happy face. Sadly, the same rarely holds true when staring at airfares to the Caribbean. Gaze at those rates over any extended period of time and you’re likely to see them rise and rise and rise, a harsh reality that always brings a frown. High airfares are often cited among the top reasons why people don’t travel to the Caribbean more often. The post New Ways To Jet Away To The Caribbean in 2017 appeared first on Uncommon Caribbean.
    Friday 16th of June 2017 09:43:43 PM


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