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Disney Signs Agreement for New Bahamas Cruise Destination

Disney Signs Agreement for New Bahamas Cruise Destination

  By the Caribbean Journal staff Disney Cruise Line has signed a heads of agreement with the Bahamas for a proposed cruise destination in Eleuthera. The agreement would cover a cruise port and entertainment facility at Lighthouse Point in southern Eleuthera, a project with an estimated investment of between $250 …

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A Seafood Lover’s Guide to French Polynesia

A Seafood Lover’s Guide to French Polynesia

Picture wading into crystalline water that looks littered with loose aquamarines, wearing a snorkel, mask, and water shoes, lying prone just below the surface and feeling a current start to sweep you through a supernatural passageway known as Taha’a Coral Garden. You float ethereally, silently, through a world populated by …

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Infinite Indulgence in Mexico

Infinite Indulgence in Mexico

The turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea, spacious, modern suites, personalized service and an award-winning dinner show all sound wonderful. Clients seeking a luxurious, tranquil and sophisticated all-inclusive getaway will find it at two adults-only TRS Hotels in Mexico: the TRS Yucatan Hotel in Riviera Maya and the brand-new TRS …

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Annual Beach-to-Beach Power Swim Set for Sunday, May 26

Annual Beach-to-Beach Power Swim Set for Sunday, May 26

Previous Beach-to-Beach Power Swim start at Maho Bay, St. John, USVI (Photo/Thomas Layer). Imagine the Caribbean sun, azure water, white sand beaches and vibrant coral reefs that await competitors as they swim through the pristine Virgin Islands National Park (VINP) waters. Described by Swimming World Magazine as “the most beautiful …

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Deceased = Adams, JoAnn :: So. Md. Obituary

Deceased = Adams, JoAnn :: So. Md. Obituary

JoAnn Adams, 79, a longtime resident of Chesapeake Beach passed away March 20, 2019. JoAnn was born May 6, 1939 in Cumberland to Frank Leroy and Kathryn Florence (Skipper) Cranford. She was raised in Cumberland and graduated from Fort Hill High School. After graduating, JoAnn moved to Washington, D.C. and …

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Wellness: Living well | CLAD

Wellness: Living well | CLAD

Wellness, it seems, has permeated every corner of our consciousness these days, so it’s not surprising that the idea of living somewhere that has our health – both physical and mental – front of mind is increasing in popularity. ‘Wellness communities’, as these places have become known, are on the …

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Active Adventures with Paul Gauguin Cruises

Active Adventures with Paul Gauguin Cruises

It’s easy to stay active while exploring enchanting destinations in Tahiti, French Polynesia and the South Pacific with Paul Gauguin Cruises. Here are 10 ideas for those interested in health and wellness pursuits. Polynesian-Style Fitness Classes Les Gauguines and Les Gauguins, the m/s Paul Gauguin’s own troupe of Tahitian performers, …

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Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum Re-opens For The Season In April

The Aegean Riviera’s most beautiful resort, Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum, re-opens for the 2019 holiday season on 1 April, with added luxuries on offer. Located on the shores of idyllic Paradise Bay, the five-star retreat has new accommodation, menus and other delights on offer this season. Brand new accommodation at the …

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