Multidisciplinary artist Amanda Valle is taking the concept of “returning home” to a whole new level with her latest short film, “Back in the Island.” “Back in the Island” explores Valle’s journey back to her home country, the Dominican Republic, and the power that a trip home can have after going through a difficult period in one’s life.
Big Major Cay is one of the many uninhabited islands within The Bahamas. Uninhabited by people, that is. The locals, roughly 20 pigs and piglets, populate the area’s plentiful beaches and routinely cool off by swimming in the turquoise waters. Sounds adorable, right? Well, best of all, they love visitors.
Born in 1875 on the rugged Caribbean island of Martinique, Ludger Sylbaris led a roguish, if uneventful, life of crime and debauchery. Petty thievery, drunken stupors, fisticuffs with local merchants—Ludger earned a well-deserved reputation as being the island’s bad egg. So how did this nefarious character earn his claim to fame?
The islands of the Bahamas are rich with culture and history, preserving traditions that date back hundreds of years. One of the most renowned, both in the Caribbean and around the world, is the national festival known as “Junkanoo.”
From their pristine, white beaches to their world-class golf courses, the Bahamas have something for everyone. Loved by travelers of all ages, there is no end to the experiences this laid-back Caribbean destination has to offer. Here are ten of the top things to see and do.
If you have ever wanted to run away to a tropical paradise and never return to reality, Atlantis, Paradise Island in the Bahamas, might be your ideal destination. Whether you are a poolside worshipper or more of a gambling or golfing type, Atlantis has more than just a little to offer anyone’s taste.
Apart from the beautiful powdery white beaches, pristine turquoise waters, colorful local markets, high-end boutiques, and one of the largest and fanciest casinos in the Caribbean, this travel destination has something super cool to offer.