Despite its exotic appeal, with the exception of Cuba – which many of us see as a region in itself – few Australians visit the Caribbean. And we are missing out – big-time.
Jump aboard a jeep for an island safari that goes beyond the palatial resorts of Barbados into local villages, surf spots and spectacular rugged coastline.
There is something about the open-air pool on the top floor of the Kempinski hotel in Havana that reminds me of James Bond.
Cultural and art museums, sublime beaches, fish fry stands, and a resort with a fabled history.
Cuba’s capital, caught in a time warp by the communist era, has a glamorous and infamous past.
Ernest Hemingway's talents - and demons - linger in this colourful city.
One thing this tennis pro who taught the likes of Richard Nixon and Joan Collins knows is that it pays to be discreet.
St Kitts, the smallest country in the Americas, punches above its weight.