Carolina Coastal Community (3C) is teaming up with Bahamas Disaster Housing Assistance.  

If you would like donate to the BDHA fund and help Bahamians stay in the Bahamas this is the campaign you can donate to.
Your donations help us find housing in the Bahamas for those who lost everything after Hurricane Dorian.  There is an ongoing need in our country for housing for evacuees from Abaco and Grand Bahama. The Bahamas Disaster Housing Assistance will help address this current need. With their Adopt a Family campaign, There are a few ways you can get involved.

1-Assist a family with their first, last, and security deposit.
2-Provide rent for six months.
3-Make your home or apartment available to a needy family.

To get involved, send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Thank you for your investment in the lives of our sisters and brothers in need.  Feel free to donate to our mission and thank you!

IF you are interested in donating to the 3C campaign please visit

One of Aruba’s most beloved hotels is getting bigger. 

Aruba’s Boardwalk Small Hotel will soon debut the fruits of a major expansion project that will see the property rebranded as the Boardwalk Boutique Hotel. 

On Nov. 15, the Boardwalk will be reopening with the addition of 32 new casitas, along with amenities like a new pool, a fitness and spa facility, a transformed lobby and “on-trend food and beverage offerings at the added Lobby Cafe,” according to a statement. 

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Marriott is planning a big comeback in St Thomas, with plans to reopen its signature Frenchman’s Reef resort and open a new resort under the Autograph Collection brand. 

The combined $200 million project will see both properties open in 2020, according to a statement from the company. 

The new Autograph resort will be called Noni Beach, a St Thomas Resort.

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The US Virgin Islands is in the midst of a tourism renaissance, according to recently-released data.

The USVI is reporting close to a 50 percent increase in stay-over arrivals this year.

It’s what the USVI Department of Tourism is calling a “clear signal” that tourism in the territory is on a strong rebound.

The USVI welcomed 347,725 stay-over arrivals on St Thomas for the year to date – a nearly 70 percent increase over 2018, according to Commissioner of Tourism Joseph Boschulte.

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New hotels, new villas, new dining hotspots. It may be the quietest time of year in the Caribbean, but the region is as hot as ever – and an October vacation in the Caribbean means you’ll often feel like you have the whole island to yourself. The latest edition of Places to Visit takes you from a new hotspot in The Bahamas to the delights of pure serenity on a small island in the Eastern Caribbean.

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