Aruba…and So Much More

The last island I visited was Aruba and it was absolutely stunning in every aspect. It’s a small island in the southern part of the Caribbean Sea with a population of about 105,000 and measuring 1,585 square miles. I had the opportunity to first visit the Arikok National Park, and it literally took my breath […]

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Curaçao

Curaçao is another Lesser Antilles island I had the pleasure of visiting. It measures only 171 square miles and has a population of about 160,000. One thing that I found the most fascinating with islands in the Lesser Antilles is that a majority of the people I met spoke at least 3 languages: Papiamentu, Dutch, […]

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Bonaire

Bonaire is really a hidden gem filled with more hidden gems. It’s a small island being only about only 114 square miles with a population of about 19,000. The island was very quiet, but that was one of the beauties about it because you could literally here the nature around you; to the rippling of […]

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Barbados

Barbados is another island in the Lesser Antilles filled with so much beauty and wonder. It’s only 167 square miles, and though small in size, it’s the birth place of one of the biggest stars today – Rihanna Fenty. With a population of about 285,000, it is a bustling vibrant island filled with beautiful people. […]

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St. Lucia

St. Lucia is another island in the Caribbean Sea we stopped to visit. It’s about 238 square miles with a population of over 160,000. We loved seeing the real St. Lucia, not just the tourist parts, and we were not disappointed in everything this beautiful island had to offer. St. Lucia was definitely our favorite […]

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Antigua

Antigua is a small country in the Caribbean (about only 14 miles long and 11 miles wide) with a population of about 91,000. We visited the Capital – St. Johns. It is a beautiful busy city with an urban feel. Most of the population of this country are from African descent because of the slave […]

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Saint Maarten/ Saint Martin

Saint Maarten (also spelled Saint Martin), is a small island filled with so much beauty and diversity. It is only 37 square miles and home to more than 38,000 people from over 120 nationalities. This island is owned by both the French and the Netherlands Antilles because of a treaty they signed over 350 years […]

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