More Places to Stay in Cuba’s Heritage Cities As Five Hotels Open –

HAVANA, Cuba, Monday April 9, 2018 – Meliá Cuba has added five new hotels with 409 rooms to its portfolio in the Spanish-speaking Caribbean island in the first quarter of 2018 – located in the heritage cities of Cienfuegos (Hotel La Union, Hotel Jagua and Hotel Meliá San Carlos) and Camagüey (Hotel Colón and Gran Hotel)…Read More


Balloon parade ushers in the colorful aspect of carnival –

Cul-de-Sac — What began as an experiment back in the 14th century has since been incorporated into huge festivities like carnival. Case in point is the balloon parade that took place yesterday afternoon which started at Carrefour and concluded at the Festival Village…Read More

Things to Do in Grenada in April –

ST GEORGE’S, Grenada, Sunday April 8, 2018 – Music, track and field, cuisine and authentic traditions combine to produce a memorable experience in Pure Grenada, Spice of the Caribbean in April. It’s the perfect time to enjoy the best in Caribbean living with family and friends in a destination that offers three unique islands and diverse experiences. Explore, relax and meet some of the friendliest people in the Caribbean.Read More

Fire at Emilio Wilson Park early Monday morning –

CUL-DE-SAC — At around 6:30am this morning, just before the sun rose over the Cul de Sac basin, a blazing fire was captured on camera by a Saunders’ resident. The blazing fire was in the Emilio Wilson Park and a huge billow of smoke was emanating from this fire…Read More

Red Cross to assist 2,000 families in the rebuilding of hurricane damaged homes –

PHILIPSBURG:— The Netherlands Red Cross, through its St. Maarten branch, has launched its home repair programme which will assist 2,000 families in the rebuilding of their homes, damaged by Hurricane Irma…Read More

Photos: Soupa Saturday's @ St Maarten Agriculture Research and Development Center – St Maarten Argriculture

Blessings everyone, We did a Soup fundraising on Saturday March 31, 2018 at the farm, we invited the general community to come out and support the soup drive as we try to get the Agricultural Center back up on its feet. We plan to continue this week and perhaps add some natural fruit smoothies like…

Mission Sint Maarten: Local Heroes Supported – St Maarten Argriculture

The business community can help Sint Maarten get back on top. But how? P + editor Dennis Mensink joined one hundred local and international entrepreneurs and as they made plans on how best to rebuild St Maarten. His experience was one to live and die for. Unforgettable. He decided to keep a blog. With great…….Read More