Currently everyone is looking at the ESPN documentary "Last Dance". I was fortunate enough to have witnessed that era, and I have watched most of those seasons and championship finales live. The first one I watched completely was the 1991-92 season and final. Ever since I always rooted for the team trying to beat the … Continue reading Rooting for the underdog – a debunked theory after watching Last Dance
For a couple of years now I have been on a search for more direction in my life. Mostly I have based my decisions and actions on short term tactics and reaction behaviour. I am pretty good at it, and it has brought me to where I am now. However, for the past 12 years … Continue reading Adding Value
The Kingdom of the Netherlands consists of 4 countries
(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….?
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)
Images of the Dominican Republic
Some images taken on Aruba in 2014
(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