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ne of the Caribbean’s hottest culinary scenes just got even hotter with the addition of another exciting eatery.

It’s called Club Comanche R.A.W., and it’s situated on the ground floor beneath the historic Club Comanche boutique hotel in Christiansted (a place you may know for its secret cigar lounge). It’s just across the street from the 40 Strand restaurant, another Christiansted favorite.

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With breezy white-sand beaches, year-round balmy temps, and a uniquely cosmopolitan culture, the Dutch-Caribbean isle of Aruba has long been a favorite of sun-seeking Caribbean travelers. But, in case you need more reasons to visit this tiny territory, check out our pick of five Fun Things to Do in Aruba.

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t’s been a banner year so far for tourism in the Cayman Islands, and the destination is showing no signs of slowing down.

Stayover visitors to the Cayman Islands totaled 209,143 arrivals in the first five months of 2018, according to new data from the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism.

That represented a 16.51 percent increase over the same period in 2017, or 29,637 more stayover visitors — among the fastest growth rates in the Caribbean region.

The number was buoyed by a very strong month of May, in which the territory reported a 22.4 percent increase compared to May 2017.

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As The Bahamas grapples with a hike in value-added tax (VAT) and the government’s debt burden continues to rise, a local real estate broker, Mario Carey, is convinced that an economic citizenship programme is an idea whose time has come, and could prove to be exactly what the government needs to lift the economy out of the doldrums.

Carey, the founder of Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate MCR Bahamas Group, first floated the idea publicly last and he now envisions The Bahamas becoming a luxury citizenship by investment (CBI) jurisdiction, commanding top dollars from foreign investors.

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Tourism representatives from Turks and Caicos Islands captured two of four Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) tourism industry awards at the opening of the fourth Caribbean Hospitality Industry Exchange Forum (CHIEF) in Miami last month.

Stacy Cox, executive director of the Turks and Caicos Hotel and Tourism Association, received the prestigious Caribbean Association Executive of the Year award during the presentation, which honours leading executives and employees in the Caribbean.

A native of the Bahamas and a citizen of the Turks and Caicos Islands, Cox has more than 20 years of hospitality experience, and is known for her advocacy, marketing and human resource development initiatives to build a sustainable tourism product through awareness, outreach and education.

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