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Articles - Caribbean, Mexico & Central America

More articles of Caribbean, Mexican and Central American interest. Click here for articles about the Maldives and the Seychelles:

Caribbean Classics: St Kitts & Nevis, The Sunday Times, December 28, 2004
Choose tea and tranquillity or rum and conviviality on these friendly Caribbean neighbours. (St. Kitts & Nevis) More>>

Virgin territory, but someone has to visit, The Times, December 18, 2004
How to enjoy the celebrity lifestyle in the Caribbean this winter. Hilly Janes found herself in celebrity land on Necker Island. (British Virgin Islands) More>>

Resort a star attraction, Sun Media, December 8, 2004
Public can check into Director Francis Ford Coppola's jungle paradise. (Belize) More>>

Caribbean Classics: Tobago, The Sunday Times, November 28, 2004
Small but perfectly Caribbean, this is the original Robinson Crusoe island. (Trinidad & Tobago) More>>

Cayman's caves spared by Ivan, Associated Press, November 26, 2004
When Christopher Columbus saw the generally flat and low-lying Cayman Islands in 1503, it was no doubt the island of Cayman Brac that he sighted first. (Cayman Islands) More>>

Rugged isle a windsurfer's dream, Sun Media, November 26, 2004
A rugged chunk of South American-like terrain, the Dominican Republic is perfect for the traveller who doesn't want a vacation to be just a walk on the beach. (Dominican Republic) More>>

Paradise for families, Toronto Sun, November 25, 2004
So you've mushed a dog team across Nunavut, hiked in the humid jungles of Borneo and swam with the turtles of the Galapagos Islands. (Belize) More>>

Escape to fun in the sun, Toronto Sun, November 25, 2004
It's around this time of the year when the aisles are being cleared at Wal-Mart and those brilliant white icicles are carefully being affixed to your neighbour's house... (Cuba) More>>

Dancing to a different beat, The Guardian, November 20, 2004
Music is a religion in Havana. Gavin McOwan finds himself a willing convert. (Cuba) More>>

Budget-wise Barbados, Toronto Sun, November 19, 2004
Tiger Woods chose Barbados for his lavish October wedding and Ottawa Senators' team owner billionaire Eugene Melnyk watches his games from Bert's Bar in Christ Church. (Barbados) More>>

A Mayan playground, Toronto Sun, November 19, 2004
The journey back in time began with 91 steps. (Mexico) More>>

Tropicana cabaret aims to reinvent itself, Associated Press, November 17, 2004
Oozing sex appeal, Cuban women picked for their beauty and stature slink across the stage in elaborate headdresses and little else. (Cuba) More>>

Natural highs, The Guardian, November 13, 2004
Simon Mills rides the mind-blowing Chihuahua al Pacifico railway into the Copper Canyon for a glimpse of the real Mexico - but steers well clear of the peyote (Mexico) More>>

Everything's beachy, Toronto Sun, November 9, 2004
"Make sure you stay over on a Friday," said a friend when she learned I was going to St. Lucia. "That's when they have the jump-up in Gros Islet." (St. Lucia) More>>

Anguilla's star is rising, Sun Media, November 9, 2004
While dining at Blanchard's on my first night on this Caribbean island, Beyonce Knowles walks in with a group of friends and is seated at a nearby table. (Anguilla) More>>

Solitude in a natural setting, Toronto Sun, October 24, 2004
I lost three pounds during a week-long stay at the Sol Cayo Santa Maria resort. (Santa Clara, Cuba) More>>

Small wonders of the Caribbean, Sun Media, October 17, 2004
One nation, two islands, each with its own charms. (St. Kitts & Nevis) More>>

How I lost my heart in St Barts...again, The Sunday Times, October 16, 2004
Former freewheeling singleton Janine di Giovanni flies in to rekindle a love affair, but this time in the company of her baby son and husband, (St. Barts) More>>

The natural order of things, The Guardian, October 16, 2004
It's Central America as it should be - miles of pristine beaches, rainforest running down to the sea, spectacular wildlife. (Nicaragua) More>>

Havana, heart of Cuba, Sun Media, October 15, 2004
When the wind gets up, waves crash right over the sea wall along Havana's much-photographed Malecon. (Cuba) More>>

Tranquillity in turquoise, Sun Media, October 3, 2004
On Anguilla you can holiday like a star - on a voyeur's bduget. (Anguilla) More>>

Wintering in St. Maarten, Sun Media, September 26, 2004
Q: My wife and I, and three other couples are planning a winter trip to the Great Bay resort on St. Maarten. What attractions are on the island? (Sint Maarten) More>>

Rendezvous with romance, Sun Media, September 15, 2004
Putting a new relationship to the test - resort-style. What attractions are on the island? (Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic) More>>

Harbour Island: Next season's chic retreat, The Times, August 21, 2004
Where are the smart set hurrying to book? Susannah Jowitt visits the island that boasts a clutch of new and pretty hotels, beautiful pink sand beaches and excellent cuisine. (The Bahamas) More>>

Jamaica's quiet side, Associated Press, September 10, 2004
Sugar angled his small fibreglass fishing boat up the aptly named Black River. The lightless water flowed through tangled mangrove roots, lapping at the pockmarked limestone ridges along its banks (Black River, Jamaica) More>>

Chic - and cheap, The Guardian, September 4, 2004
How can you afford to rent a place of your own on the islands? Susan Ward Davies tips you off on some bargain hideaways. (Caribbean region) More>>

Caribbean nation simply unBelizeable, Sun Media, May 2, 2004
Welcome to Belize, a beautiful country in the western Caribbean that boasts a luscious green rainforest and is filled with an abundance of tropical birds and animals. More>>

Serious sailing, unfettered fun, The Globe and Mail, April 24, 2004
Sailing Week kicks off today on Antigua with scores of races and a true 'jump-up' More>>

Temples of luxury, U.K. Guardian, April 17, 2004
Staying on the Yucatán coast needn't mean choosing between Cancún and a beach cabana. (Mexico) More>>

If it's good enough for Michael Winner..., U.K. Guardian, April 17, 2004
Lynn Barber joins the jetset at Sandy Lane for a tantalising long weekend. (Barbados) (Mexico) More>>

Nine Mile: A Trek to Bob Marley's Resting Place, Canoe Travel, April 13, 2004
Bob Marley lives in the middle of nowhere, upward along narrow winding streets curled around lush, tropical trees and steep, uncultivated mountains. (Jamaica) More>>

House with a history, Sun Media, March 24, 2004
Nevis' Great House possibly oldest wooden dwelling in Caribbean. More>>

Baseball in the Caribbean, Associated Press, March 3, 2004
Another nomadic season may be bad news for the Montreal Expos' pennant hopes... (Puerto Rico) More>>

Surprising St. Lucia, Toronto Sun, February 18, 2004
Island home to volcano, beaches and hot springs. (St. Lucia) More>>

Connecting with Cuba, Toronto Sun, February 15, 2004
Sun, sand and surf draw Canadians to this sunny isle but friendly locals keep us coming back. (Cayo Coco, Cuba) More>>

Cave in to Bermuda, Toronto Sun, February 15, 2004
Island's many attractions will bring you back for more. More>>

Havana's Intriguing Middle-Aged Beauties, Washington Post, February 8, 2004
Stucco mansions glow ochre and peach in the soft Caribbean dawn. More>>

New encounters ... in Old Havana, Toronto Sun, February 4, 2004
Past, present merge in Cuban capital. More>>

Downshifting to Antigua time, Toronto Sun, February 1, 2004
Relax to this island's own special beat. (Antigua) More>>

A place in the sun, U.K. Guardian, January 31, 2004
Amanda Morison picks out the latest hot properties and packages including Four Seasons Resort Great Exuma, Raffles Carenage Bay Beach & Golf Resort on Canouan Island, and The Fairmont Royal Pavilion on Barbados. More>>

Escape From Paradise , Washington Post, January 18, 2004
Hop a bus from the packaged pleasures of Puerto Vallarta and you'll see a different side of Mexico. More>>

In the Bahamas, the Other Long Island, Washington Post, January 4, 2004
Reaching the sandy bottom of the Great Bahama Bank at 60 feet down... (The Bahamas) More>>

Destinations with star appeal, Toronto Sun, November 16, 2003
Caribbean islands, beaches, popular winter haunts for local celebrities. More>>

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