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hello I am a blogger from the Caribbean. here to show nothing but the real reality of the Caribbean and the world. I am new to this website so things will be updated as we go along.
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18 Nov 2006
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Every year, more and more families are sailing with Royal Caribbean International. A cruise vacation gives families a chance to spend time together and create memories while exploring exciting new places.
7 Jan 2007
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A video of the new updated Pirates of the Caribbean, complete with johnny depp talking about how he likes his character's animatronic
8 Jan 2007
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Never before seen footage of Johnny Depp & Keira Knightley on the set of Pirates of the Caribbean!
6 Sep 2007
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Jamaica resorts are wonderful. But Culinary Travel at The Royal Plantation Spa and Golf Resort in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, is even better. This Jamaican luxury resort is one of the Caribbean’s and Jamaica’s true luxury resorts. Royal Plantation offers a sensual experience: Culinary Travel, cooking classes with the best Jamaican food and Jamaican cuisine. Caribbean Culinary Travel is a new way to travel. Royal Plantation offers classes in Jamaican cooking using Jamaica’s fresh produce and exotic spices. Few Resorts in Jamaica offer Culinary Tours, hands-on cooking classes using Royal Plantation’s master chefs, to take guests into Jamaica’s authentic markets where they explain Caribbean and Jamaican fruits, vegetable and spices. You’ll cook with Ackee, a fruit from the roadside trees, and prepare with the Royal Plantation Resort’s chefs Culinary Class meals with salt fish and Callaloo. Travel Video PostCard™ shows you one of Jamaica’s best resorts, a top resort in Jamaica, Royal Plantation with beautiful beaches and lively Reggae music. It also introduces us to Culinary Tours, Culinary Vacations, Cooking Holidays and Cuisine classes at Royal Plantation. Food lovers and beach lovers: Culinary Classes at Royal Plantation are a must. Lovers seeking romantic travel love Royal Plantation
8 Feb 2007
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The Trinidad & Tobago Cultural Society of BC presents the Caribbean Days Festival in North Vancouver's Waterfront Park.
12 Feb 2007
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The Trinidad & Tobago Cultural Society of BC presents the Caribbean Days Festival in North Vancouver's Waterfront Park. A must see!
12 Feb 2007
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Caribbean Days Festival in North Vancouver's Waterfront Park. Can you feel the rhythm and taste? The Caribbean Days Festival, one of the largest annual cultural events held in BC, is gearing up for its biggest year ever.
28 Feb 2007
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Our Cayman Island Travel Video PostCard takes us to the Cayman Island Jazz festival in Grand Cayman, one of the Caribbean Islands best Jazz Festivals. The Travel Video Postcard of the Cayman Islands and the Caribbean get us up close and personal to the groups playing reggae and calypso, and strong jazz pieces. Our Travel Video PostCard to Grand Cayman also introduces viewers to the beauty of this Caribbean island like the Blue Iguana, the only place in the world where this near extinct reptile lives. And only on our Travel Video do the wonderful blue water of the islands beaches come alive. Cayman Islands in the Caribbean are perfect Caribbean destinations for Family Travel, lovers, music lovers and jazz lovers. Let our Travel Video of Grand Cayman and Caribbean travel take you to the elegant Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park. Our Travel Video takes us the other sights and sounds of the island, so you can hear the music and sample the life of the Cayman Islands after you watch and listen. We can answer questions about the Cayman Island Jazz Festival and the Cayman Islands, in the meantime, enjoy this Travel Video of one of the Caribbeans best islands, Grand Cayman Island.
11 Mar 2007
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Planning your next vacation. Learn how to save money on a Caribbean cruise. Watch this.
19 Mar 2007
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There are 64 human and 55 animal Audio-Animatronics in the attraction. The first drop is 52 feet, at an angle of 21 degrees, and the second is 37 feet, also at 21 degrees. This was necessary to get the boats under the Railroad tracks, as the main show building is actually outside the tracks. Guests also get to go *up* a 90 foot waterfall at a 16 degree angle. Near the end of the ride, the white haired prisoner is actually a replica of a janitor who worked there. The fire effect: There is one peace of fabric hanging from a bar. Onto it is projected orange and red and yellow blinking light. Finally a Fan is added to blow the fabric slightly and it creates the fire effect. The fire marshal had Disney install an automatic shutoff in case of a real fire because the fake ones in the burning city looked so real. The fog that drifts out from behind the boat in the "Battle" area. It is the Mee Fog effect. Water is shot through a small hole at 1000PSI, the hole is smaller than a hair from your head. Because it forced out so fast, the water condenses, just like real fog does. Hence the Mee Fog, slogan, "Real Fog" The name of the ship in the battle scene is Sea Witch Clip and info of Disneyland's Pirates Of The Caribbean--courtesy of www.DLDHistory****
20 Mar 2007
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Antigua in the Eastern Caribbean is a Caribbean Island unlike many others. Antigua is only 14 miles long but the beaches of Antigua are some of the best in the Caribbean. Antigua beaches are white and soft like talcum and powdery, and the waters of Antiguas many beaches are so blue they seem unreal. Antiguas sister island, Barbuda, is a real find. The island is even less touristed and is home to one of the regions most significant bird sanctuaries. Antigua is perfect for sailing and wind surfing and all Family Travel fun. The trade winds of Antigua in the Caribbean are gentle and are ideal for sailors and water sports. The coral reefs of Antigua are also perfect for Family Travel and Adventure Travel because the coral reefs of Antigua in the Caribbean are ideal for snorkelers and scuba diving. Scuba Diving and Sailing are favorite activities in Antigua. To the south of Antigua are the Caribbean islands of Montserrat and Guadaloupe. And to the north and west are Nevis, St. Kitts, St. Barts, and St. Martin. But Antigua is very real. Antigua is a wonderful mix of the rough and the beautiful. Goats and cows still wander the paths of the island and the capital of Antigua, St. Johns, is all about authentic Caribbean Island life.
26 Mar 2007
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