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As Tomas moves towards Jamaica and Haiti, and threatens other islands in the Carribean, cruise ships are changing their itineraries in order to avoid threats to passenger safety. Jamaica is still under hurricane watch, and watches and warnings have now been issued in Haiti, Cuba, the Dominican Republic and the Bahamas.

The National Hurricane Center is reporting that T.S. Tomas is now located 125 miles south-southeast of Kingston Jamaica, and 295 miles west- southwest of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Winds are now at 45 miles per hour moving north at eight miles per hour, with a north-northeast turn expected over the next 48 hours. The storm could eventually regain strength and become a hurricane once again. The National Hurricane center has also reported that water levels will raise and the storm will cause large and destructive winds. Furthermore, 5 to 10 inches of rain are expected along with possible flash floods and mudslides.

The storm has already caused injuries, fatalities, downed power lines, and damages in Barbados, St. Vincent, and St. Lucia. In St. Lucia, there have been 14 fatalities, seven people are missing and there is an estimated $ 37 million in damage on the island.

The U.S. Department of State issued a travel alert for Haiti, which houses Royal Caribbean’s private island of Labadee, since storms have caused widespread damages and loss in the past.

Rough seas can result in cruise ship passenger injuries. Several cruise lines have altered their ship itineraries:

Princess Cruises’ Caribbean Princess, which was scheduled to visit St. Lucia on Thursday, will no longer be able to call there.

Grand Princess’ scheduled calls to the Dominican Republic on Friday, November 5 and to Grand Turk on Saturday, November 6 have both been cancelled. A visit to San Juan on Friday has been added to the ships itinerary.

Ruby Princess will no longer call in Grand Turk on Friday, November 5. Th ship will take a longer southerly route in order to avoid Tomas, but is expected to arrive in Fort Lauderdale on time.

Silversea Cruises’ Silver Spirit, which was scheduled to visit St. Lucia on Friday, will call in Roseau, Dominica.

Carnival Miracle, which was scheduled to dock in St. Lucia on Saturday and St. Kitts on Sunday, instead spent the weekend at sea. To compensate, it stopped in Grand Turk on Monday and Nassau on Tuesday.

Carnival Victory, which was scheduled to stop in St. Lucia on Thursday, November 4, will now spend the day at sea.

Carnival Freedom’s scheduled call to Ocho Rios on Thursday, November 4, is being replaced with a visit to Cozumel.

Freedom of the Seas replaced yesterday’s sea day with a visit to CocoCay, and instead of calling in Labadee today the ship will remain at sea.

Serenade of the Seas departed from San Juan for a Southern Caribbean cruise on Sunday, and rather than calling on Curacao, Aruba and Dominica, the ship will now visit Barbados, Antigua, St. Maarten and St. Thomas.

P&O’s Ventura will skip its scheduled call in St. Lucia tomorrow, and will instead call in Dominica.

Celebrity Millenium will no longer call on St. Lucia on Friday, November 5, but will instead visit Martinique.

 

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Who would have thought that in the northern part of Bohol, in the modest town of Getafe, a paradise was conceived? Welcome to Pandanon Island, a peaceful and breathtakingly beautiful place where raw beauty of nature is at its best.

Sitting in the middle of a vast blue Camotes Sea, Pandanon Island is one of the 7,107 islands that consists the archipelago and it is one of the best islands that the country is to be proud of. It is located on the northern part of Bohol, Philippines, under the jurisdiction of Getafe, Bohol.

Thanks to its long stretch of powdery white sand bar and the cool, turquoise waters that beckons everyone for a refreshing dip even when the sun is at its peak. Snorkeling and diving are no good in this place because it lacks depth and no available dive spots. But nevertheless, the place is one of the best family-oriented places.

The sandbar is a good place to sit and relax, watch the sunset or have drinks with your friends. Picnics are good idea. For sport enthusiasts, playing beach volleyball, skimboarding and Frisbee are among the activities that are encouraged. But mere walking along the beach with the ripples of the sea on your feet is worth every penny of your adventure.

Though there is nothing much to be seen when snorkeling, you’ll be mesmerized by the beauty of sea creatures in the shallow waters, visible without the aid of goggles. There are starfishes of different kinds, colors and shapes, sea urchins and sea shells.

There is also a church, or should I say, a big chapel, standing in the middle of the island. It calls every weary soul to rest their burdens and whisper in silence to his God for prayers to be heard.

Haven’t undergone major developments, the place is still preserving its natural beauty. Appreciating nature is proven to be helpful to people who are stressed and tired from the worries of a city life.

Getting to Pandanon Island is not a difficult task. By renting motorized boats, you will reach the island in less than half hour from Getafe, Bohol or 70-80 minutes from Mactan Island. Price starts at 3,500 for 30-person sized boats but still it is subject to change depending on the season and the number of passengers.

Elmer Anthony is the webmaster of Bohol Philippines premier guide to Bohol Island; editor of Philippine Travel; and Cebu Explorer.

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Planning a vacation? You should look into the Riviera Maya. Riviera Maya is located in Mexico about 25 miles south of Cancun on the Caribbean coastline. The average temperature is in the 75 degrees. It features a variety of resorts, outdoor activities and is home to the second longest barrier reef.

The most popular resorts in the Riviera Maya are the all-inclusive resorts. All-inclusive means it includes all of your meals, all beverages, gratuities and non-motorized water sports. If you are on your honeymoon, most resorts will offer an upgrade or champagne and strawberries on your arrival with your marriage certificate. Most of these resorts are also located right on the coast offering you a white sandy beach and amazing views from your room. The resorts also offer a variety of activates during the day and night including live entertainment, shows and a nightclub. If you are traveling if children most resorts also have children programs and entertainment. There are also resorts that cater to adults only. If an all-inclusive resort is not something you are looking for there are many resorts that do not offer it.

The outdoor activities in the Riviera Maya are endless. There are many different excursions you can take depending on what you like to do. You can go explore Mayan ruins, take a zip-line thru the jungle or snorkel in underwater caves with sea turtles. If you just want to relax, you can pull up a chair on one of the beaches or rent a boat or jet-ski and go enjoy the turquoise waters. The Riviera Maya also offers dolphin adventures; this allows you to meet with the dolphins, swim with them and have them give you a kiss on the check. You can also take a ferry over to Cozmel and explore the island for a day. There are also many golf courses located in the area. Whatever interest you may have, the Riviera is sure to have something for you.

The Riviera Maya is home to the largest coral reef in the northern hemisphere. The reef is home to many varieties of fish, sea turtles, stingrays, dolphins and barracudas. You are allowed to drive and snorkel on the reef. The reef also offers rivers, lakes, ponds and cenotes for divers and snorkels to explore. If snorkel equipment is not included with your resort there are many spots to rent it from. There are many spots to snorkel along the reef so take your time and explore and find your perfect spot. If you wish, fishing is also permitted on the reef. The waters of the Riviera Maya offer something for everyone.

Whether planning a family vacation, trip with friends or a honeymoon, the Riviera Maya has something for everyone.

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If you are seriously considering the purchase of land in Antigua, welcome to the club! It has no name yet but you can be sure it’s a club that desires the laidback atmosphere of island life surrounded by endless vistas of sun, sand and sea and hobnobbing with friendly people. Well, always friendly, almost-naked people on the beaches and the Carnival!

Do Step into Paradise

For non-citizens of Antigua, the purchase of land in Antigua is one of the easiest and wisest moves you can take in diversifying your investment portfolio, capturing the magic of holidays and becoming part of island life. There are steps to take into paradise, expectantly.

Do secure an Alien Landholding License, which costs 5 percent of the total value of the land considered under purchase. Since each license is specific to the property, be sure that the contract is ironclad. You don’t want to be evicted even before the ink has dried, right?

Do peruse and understand the fine print of the contract. You will be setting yourself up for investment heartbreak if you don’t. Besides, this is standard procedure in any real estate transaction so it’s just common sense, too. Or better yet, do the next step.

Do hire a local lawyer and/or a property management services company to handle the documents and details of the transaction. You don’t want to deal with the bureaucracy when you can be on your holiday! Besides, it will take a load off your shoulders although you do have to take off a load off your pockets in the process. But, hey, it’s worth it!

Do inspect the property being considered for purchase. You don’t want to end up with a shack teetering on the edge of a cliff and paying hundreds of thousands of good American dollars for it, do you? Pray that it’s not somewhere near Devil’s Bridge either.

What all these advice is saying is that buying land in Antigua is easy, excellent and expensive. Seriously, we kid you on the last one.

Do Enjoy the Benefits

Antigua is a tax and investment haven in the Caribbean, which is one of the benefits of buying land in the island paradise. Although you may pay up to 25 percent of the total land value for government fees, agent commissions and other roundtrip transaction costs, the benefits far outweigh these expenses.

For one thing, you are allowed full ownership of the land. You don’t have to marry an Antiguan citizen to do so, which is not a bad idea in itself since Antiguan women are one of the most beautiful on Earth. And we’re not talking bodies only either!

For another thing, the medical and educational facilities, finance and business support services, and the transportation and communication logistics available in Antigua cannot be beat. If you do decide to make your Antiguan home your second base, you definitely will still stay in touch with the world while being removed from its cares.

So, the next time you are thinking of getting a piece of God’s Earth for your vacations, think no further than Antigua. It is God’s paradise on Earth!

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Cruises are becoming an increasingly popular family and couple holiday option. More and more people opt for cruise holidays each year, resulting in advanced bookings being the only way to secure your place on one. Cruise liners are easily able to provide clients with holiday packages that offer absolute value for money. Cruise ship holidays usually offer travellers all the luxuries and comforts of a world class resort.

By chatting to a qualified and experienced travel agency such as Cruise Tag, you can expect to be provided access to a number of specials and discounts on offer. Rates for a cruise are reasonable, whether you book in advance or last minute. A cruise holiday package is usually all inclusive. This means that all your holiday expenses are all thought of and included. Meals, accommodation and entertainment are all included in most cruise packages. By booking your cruises though Cruise Tag you can expect to sit back and relax while they arrange your holiday and entertainment for you.

All cruise ships offer their own on board entertainment. Of course each cruise liner company has its own ships with their own features, but most of them have their own movie theatres, ball rooms, dance floors, casinos, restaurants, bars and much more. Depending on the package you buy, you might even be able to enjoy these features and facilities without paying anything extra. When going on a cruise you will also be provided with the opportunity to stop at a number of ports along the way and experience a taste of a variety of different countries.

When looking for a variety of cruises to choose from take the time to contact Cruise Tag, or visit their website at www.cruisetag.co.za. They will ensure that you are provided with access to the best cruise packages available on the market.

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A Margarita island vacation is never complete without a little Jimmy Buffet melody rolling along in the background as you waste away searching for that lost shaker of salt. You dont have to stay there forever because Margarita Island is actually the main entrance to Venezuela and South America. A quick ferry or a small air-plane can get you to these other locales as well as many others like Caracas, Trinidad or Bonaire. If you want to get a first-hand experience of Pirates of the Caribbean, check out the historic forts on your own. Stumble around like Johnny Depp in a euphoric stupor as you imagine yourself to be uncovering the greatest treasures of history.

Margarita island can be divided up into three parts. These are the main cities of La Asuncion, Pampatar, and Porlamar. Porlamar is the most popular city with the old history of a fishing village and the modern excitement of a major tourist attraction. Pampatar is great for outdoor activities and not as crowded. It has a great balance mix of the old and the new. La Caranta boasts of its beautiful sailboats from around the world and helps to make this city a great joy. Finally, Asuncion is the most historical city you will see on Margarita island. Most of the battles between pirates and locals took place right here in Asuncion.

Of course there is more than just tourists shopping and historical sites to see on Margarita island. Outdoor activities are also very popular and El Yaque has some world-class diving and windsurfing. The village of Juan Griego is great for a romantic sunset while a little wildlife can be discovered at La Restinga National Park and Lagoon. Golf, horseback riding, and fishing can all be part of your vacation if you enjoy these activities. Say hello to the Margariteos who are the local people from Margarita Island. They are very friendly and love to help out. You will be so happy you made a Margarita island vacation your first stop on your Caribbean adventure!

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Lin-Manuel Miranda’s groundbreaking musical Hamilton is as revolutionary as its subject, the poor kid from the Caribbean who fought the British, defended the Constitution, and helped to found the United States. Fusing hip-hop, pop, R&B, and the best traditions of theater, this once-in-a-generation show broadens the sound of Broadway, reveals the storytelling power of rap, and claims our country’s or

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