There are many Caribbean islands we just don?t have the space or the
in-depth knowledge to report on thoroughly in this newsletter. Our favorites
among this group are Barbados and the Bahamas. Clean, comfortable
Barbados wears its British influence on its sleeve. In our opinion, there
are not a lot of must-see attractions, but that?s part of why we like it—
that, combined with the prevalence of staffed villas, makes this island a
The 700 islands making up the British commonwealth of the Bahamas
offer a huge variety, from the nonstop nightlife of capital Nassau and
Paradise Island to true hideaways such as the Abacos and Long Island.
Eleuthera, a Nantucket in the tropics, is our favorite.
As for the rest of the Caribbean islands, they are are either not popular
with members, or we simply haven?t had the time to visit them, or both.
However, we do offer a brief synopsis of their characters below.
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