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  • Thicker Than Water: New Writing From The Caribbean

    Thicker Than Water:New Writing From The Caribbean is a collection of memoirs, essays, stories and poems by Caribbean Writers. Some of the writers in this collection I was already familiar with, others I was excited to hear from. The collection is edited by Funso Aiyejina and he did an amazing job of curating this strong, […]

  • Sandy Island, Grenada

    Sandy Island is a small island off the coast of Carriacou, if you are a strong swimmer you could actually swim from Carriacou to Sandy Island, but I would not recommend it. It is a short 6min boat ride to this beautiful deserted island. The beach is the perfect shade of azure blue. I recommend […]

  • Union Island, St. Vincent and The Grenadines

    Union Island is part of the islands of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, I got the opportunity to visit this island for all of 2hrs. I strongly suggest NOT taking a boat from Petite Martinique to Union Island, that is unless you have a very strong heart and not afraid of dying. When I stepped […]

  • Petit St. Vincent, Grenada

    Petit St. Vincent is a 7min boat ride across from Petite Martinique. It is a private island but visitors are allowed to patronize the beach bar and the area surrounding the bar. This island is home to a resort that features private getaway cabins. I was fortunate enough to get a tour of the island […]

  • Petite Martinique, Grenada

    To say the community on this island is small would be an understatement. This island is home to 500 persons. We spent 36hrs on this island and during our time there, everyone knew we were visiting- that’s how small the island is. I loved how welcoming everyone was and I do recommend making a day […]

  • Grenada

    I’ve had Grenada on my list of places to visit for a long while and I finally got the chance to do so in May. I was told the food and culture is renowned and I probably would not want to leave. For one thing, the food on the island is delicious. If I had […]