Posts Tagged ‘ St Kitts ’

It’s Caribbean Tourism Month

Nov 6th, 2020 | By

November is traditionally the month that Caribbean nations and islands celebrate tourism. That’s because it is also the beginning of their main holiday season. The hurricane season should be over and tourists from North American begin to leave the colder temperatures and head south. Europeans also head over to avoid the cold but in nowhere near the numbers that come from neighbours to the north. But this season could be very different from others in the past although that hasn’t stopped the Caribbean from launching
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Saturday snippets: 21st of July 2018

Jul 21st, 2018 | By

The theft of a Thomas the Tank Engine land train from Lowestoft, the start of the school holidays in England and Wales as well as new forms of air transport unveiled at the Farnbrough Air Show raise Adrian’s interest this week.



Saturday snippets: 7 December 2013

Dec 7th, 2013 | By

Adrian wades through the infrastructure report to see what is promised the visitor, lauds the smaller than expected January increases in rail fares and wonders why public holidays cost so much – if they do.



Nevis: Nelson’s love island

Apr 25th, 2013 | By

Famous as the setting for Nelson’s nuptials, tiny Nevis is home to a wealth of other treasures both natural and cultural, writes Judith Baker



Get a kick out of St Kitts

Apr 23rd, 2013 | By

Prized by the British as one of its earliest and wealthiest colonies, life on the Caribbean island of St Kitts is still as sweet as sugar says Judith Baker