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  HAVANA — With its tart lime daiquiris, salty plantain chips and pulsing salsa music, El Floridita, a cocktail bar in Old Havana once frequented by writer Ernest Hemingway, can always draw a crowd. Every day, as the tavern doors open around noon, European, Canadian and American tourists file in

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  With a weekend vote in Greece potentially triggering a derivatives default in Greece, one that banks and Larry Summers have indicated they are prepared for (“foam is on the runway,” Summers said last week), what are the variables to consider in both the long and short term? The weekend

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  ROSEAU, Dominica, June 19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Dominica, the Nature Island of the Caribbean, has an extra helping of FUN planned for July. The excitement kicks off on July 1 with the four-day Nature Island Food and Drink Festival and continues with the island’s 22 nd annual Dive Fest

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  PARIS, July 2, 2015 /CNW/ – SAINT JAMES Rum is celebrating its 250 th anniversary this year with a special commemorative bottling, a host of festivities on its home island of Martinique, and a worldwide marketing campaign. To view the Multimedia News Release, please click: http://www.multivu.com/players/English/7539251-saint-james-rum-250th-anniversary/ SAINT JAMES Rum

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  The restoration of diplomatic ties with Cuba is President Barack Obama’s greatest foreign policy achievement so far. Washington/Havana (dpa) – The Cold War is finally over in the Caribbean, with Cuba and the United States moving to formally restore diplomatic ties after more than half a century of antagonism.

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  A new survey says even though the wealthiest Canadians spend three times as much as the national average on vacations, they still are more likely to fly economy. BMO Private Banking said Thursday that it found 83 per cent of the wealthiest Canadians were flying economy while only 16

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  (QCOSTARICA) – The country is in a state of emergency over heavy rainfall and flooding in the Caribbean coast. The ministro de la Presidencia (Chief of Staff) said the government is close to “>declaring of national emergency , that would be mainly for the reconstruction, and, allow greater flexibility

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  The road along the east side of Tobago, running from the airport to the village of Speyside, passes dozens of small beaches where, in normal times, people lounge on the sand beneath palm trees and swim in the clear blue waters that lap at the shore. But on this

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  – Beaches Resorts’ Island Impact Volunteenism Program – the first of its kind in the region- Teen Guests to Earn Community Service Hours providing Literacy Outreach, Tutoring and Homework Help in the Caribbean…- Program Launched in Partnership with the Sandals Foundation and Island Routes Caribbean Adventure Tours MONTEGO BAY,

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Several articles have been written about how clean energy helps island communities gain freedom from the high price and carbon pollution caused by using fossil fuels to power their economy. You can read those stories including Richard Branson to Power Necker Island with Renewables, here, here, and here. The following

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