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Mar 18th 2011 11:26AM I would have to say, at least in Puerto Rico, that we have not really seen any downturn because of the economy.
When people are freezing on the east coast and fed-up digging out from another snow storm, $250 - $300 for airfare doesn't seem like that much money. Heck, in the time it takes some people to drive to work, they could instead be sitting on one of the top beaches in the world here in Culebra (http://culebrablog.com).
Oct 17th 2007 8:39PM Thanks for the informative post!! I will definitely get this book and am happy to learn where the term "travelogue" originated.
Oct 9th 2007 7:48PM Jamie -
As a former Peace Corps volunteer who currently lives in a tourist destination in the Caribbean I found your post quite timely and nostalgic at the same time.
Sep 25th 2007 3:00PM Greetings Eric -
Very nice post on Vieques. Next time you come through PR you should head on over to Culebra, as well. There is no better way to spend the day than visiting Playa Flamenco, or hiking to Brava Beach.
All the best,
Jul 27th 2007 3:31PM Greetings -
For anyone interested in spending an extended period of time in Nicaragua, or purchasing property, a friend of mine just wrote a guest article for my site:
If you enjoy it please feel free to pass it along.
Jul 21st 2007 11:45PM Greetings -
For the past four and a half years I have lived in the British Virgin Islands, which is where you will find your number nine, Virgin Gorda. I must say, while these are great islands, if you are looking for an affordable location please come visit us at http://www.palmettoculebra.com/ located on Culebra, Puerto Rico. American citizens do not require a passport and the beaches are unreal!!
Jul 21st 2007 11:36PM Greetings -
I would also add Flamenco Beach in Culebra, Puerto Rico which is a US territory so no passports are required. If you decide to come down please come by http://www.palmettoculebra.com/ and have some organic coffee and a chat.
Jul 15th 2007 3:09PM For normal adults, losing weight is not rocket science. Eat less and exercise more...you will lose weight.
Jul 13th 2007 6:29PM As someone who has had 2 family members with melanoma, I just want to say thanks for the article. The more knowledge you can spread the better off we all will be.
Jul 9th 2007 7:13PM Greetings -
I wasn't sure from the post but did the author take feedback in order to create the book, or is it her (subjective) list?