Are Caribbean professionals longing for home….?

(My best read blog so far, originally posted on August 12th, 2010) The Caribbean.....sounds like a dream destination to live and work. At least that is what everyone I meet tells me. "Why are you living in Europe?" is one of the classic returning questions I constantly get. Well, other than promoting my Home Island … Continue reading Are Caribbean professionals longing for home….?

Images from the Caribbean to the world: Mexico (Riviera Maya)

Part 3 of my posts providing inspiration for your next caribbean holiday is Mexico. In my previous blog   "Caribbean is also part of a continent…" I initiated a discussion if Mexico can be considered part of the Caribbean. I feel that the east coast with especially Playa del Carmen and Cancun can. I have … Continue reading Images from the Caribbean to the world: Mexico (Riviera Maya)

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Taking care of Human Rights in the Caribbean; The case of Haitian illegals in The Dominican Republic. Interview with FUNCEJI President Cristian Jimenez

(This blogpost is from October 2nd, 2014) The Caribbean, just like any other part in the world, also has stories and situations that need attention. It is not all sun and fun. In many Caribbean nations there is still poverty, exploitation and injustice. Apart from the internationally renown organizations such as Amnesty International & UNICEF, there … Continue reading Taking care of Human Rights in the Caribbean; The case of Haitian illegals in The Dominican Republic. Interview with FUNCEJI President Cristian Jimenez

Interview with Dexter Tyson, creator and manager of Caribbean Facebook page: CaribScope

(This Blogpost is from September 19 2013) When I started with my blog "Caribbean2World", my goal was to show that the Caribbean has a lot to offer. Besides sun, sea and sand, we have a rich history, culture and interesting people. The way we approach life in the Caribbean is really something unique in the … Continue reading Interview with Dexter Tyson, creator and manager of Caribbean Facebook page: CaribScope