Tag: Caribbean


Travel Trivia Fun with the Trippzy Mobile App
18 Mar 2019

Travel Trivia Fun with the Trippzy Mobile App

It happens every year. The cold weather has most Canadians wanting to escape to the south. We will do anything to take our minds off the mounds of snow that have accumulated outside, and the bitterly cold temperatures. Lots of people have even taken their families on vacation to tropical destinations. We’ll even take to our mobile devices to look up vacations to places we...

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Caribbean Vacationing: 3 Stunning Rental Villas in Antigua
25 Feb 2019

Caribbean Vacationing: 3 Stunning Rental Villas in Antigua

If you are looking for a once in a lifetime stay in the Caribbean, then I have a few villas in Antigua to share with you. I fell in love with Antigua while working and living there. Antigua is a great island for the Canadian visitor, because it is the cheapest North American country for flights. Even the USA, which is closer, has more expensive...

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Caribbean Vacationing: All-Inclusive in Cayo Guillermo Cuba
24 Aug 2018

Caribbean Vacationing: All-Inclusive in Cayo Guillermo Cuba

We decided to return to a Quay called Cayo Guillermo in Cuba. It was not the best holiday we ever had, so why are we returning? It was not the best vacation, but it was very good, and had good value. All-Inclusive Cuba! We stayed on an all-inclusive basis, and the first visit was to a hotel called the Meliá Cayo Guillermo. When going all-inclusive...

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Discover Dominica Authority launches Tourism Industry Progress Website
24 Nov 2017

Discover Dominica Authority launches Tourism Industry Progress Website

Few travellers had heard of Dominica (pronounced “dəˈmɪˌnɪkə” or “dɒmɪˈniːkə”) before September of this year. Dominica is situated in the Windward Islands of the Lesser Antilles. Because it is mostly a volcanic island, it hasn’t been developed for mainstream tourism like many of the other larger Caribbean destinations. Everything changed on September 19th. Hurricane Maria barrelled through the island like a bulldozer, destroying agriculture, communications,...

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