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Meeting the Kalinago

Once upon a time, a fearless, proud and inventive Kalinago tribe lived happily on Dominica. Today, a unique site on the rugged northeast coast of the island provides rare glimpses into an architectural heritage and way of life before the arrival of C...

July 03, 2012

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Smug Rugs

1. PIECE FULL Over 1,225 pieces to puzzle your floor - made from recyclable natural and synthetic rubber. Easy-piecey. www.katrin-sonnleitner.com 2. BIRDS OF A FEATHER Entirely handmade, you will be as proud as a peacock to have this rug in your bedr...

July 03, 2012

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Cork It

So, whilst the modern wine industry may be shunning cork as the bottle stopper of choice, its buoyant reinvention at the hands of the design industry is uncorking the new potential in the innate sustainability of this ancient product. Discovered in E...

July 03, 2012

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Developer: Julio Bautista

Driven to succeed, Julio has managed hospitality developments throughout the Caribbean and when he finally stops to unwind you will find him dining at home lulled by the sounds of the sea. What are you working on at present?? JB: Currently my compa...

July 03, 2012

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24 Hours in St. Martin/St. Maarten

One of the smallest sea islands to be divided between two nations; the northern-side of the island – St. Martin is an overseas collective of France, with the southern-side of the island part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. These European influen...

July 03, 2012

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Caribbean Chocolate

Rich and decadent, chocolate has long been one of the world's favourite sweet indulgences. The finest chocolate is strong and dark, bordering on bitter, with complex flavours that whisper of exotic spices, nuts and fruits. Chocolate’s story began t...

July 03, 2012