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Sandals Barbados – Barbados, the Birthplace of Rum

General George Washington  with his half brother, Lawrence Washington, sailed from the Potomac River, through the Chesapeake, on the brigantine the “Success” on a rough non-stop journey to Barbados, arriving November 2, 1751. As a Seattle and Portland travel agent I appreciate that Barbados provides a backdrop rich in history,  inhabited by Arawak and Carib indigenous  peoples at the time of […]

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Sandals Halcyon – A Garden of Eden

St Lucia, with it’s two majestic active volcanos, the Pitons – Gros and Petit – anchor this tropical jewel of the Eastern Caribbean. Historically the island changed hands between the French and English with the English ultimately prevailing. Napoleon’s wife, Empress Josephine, was born in the island of Saint Lucia and not Martinique as commonly supposed. Sandals Halcyon Beach , in […]

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Sandals Grande St Lucian – Luxury on Its Own Peninsula

St Lucia, with it’s two majestic active volcanos, the Pitons – Gros and Petit – anchor this tropical jewel of the Eastern Caribbean. Historically the island changed hands between the French and English with the English ultimately prevailing. Napoleon’s wife, Empress Josephine, was born in the island of Saint Lucia and not Martinique as commonly supposed. Sandals Grande St Lucian  […]

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Sandals Regency La Toc – St Lucia Golf Course

St Lucia, with it’s two majestic active volcanos, the Pitons – Gros and Petit – anchor this tropical jewel of the Eastern Caribbean. Historically the island changed hands between the French and English with the English ultimately prevailing. Napoleon’s wife, Empress Josephine, was born in the island of Saint Lucia and not Martinique as commonly supposed. Sandals Regency La Toc […]

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Sandals Grande Antigua – A beach for every day of the year

The Antigua Tourism Board boasts of 365 beaches, one for every day of the year! On my most recent trip to Sandals Grande Antigua I stayed on the Mediterranean Village side of the resort.   A sampler of my favorite room categories include: The Mediterranean Club Level Suite (room code VS) includes the exclusive amenities and luxuries of Club Sandals concierge service. My […]

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Sandals La Source Grenada – A spicy addition to the Sandals family

Grenada, located southerly in the Caribbean, is the Spice Island. Cinnamon, pimento, cloves, bay leaves, turmeric, ginger and mace – Grenada grows them all. As a Seattle and Portland Travel Agent, people always ask me which Sandals All-Inclusive Resort is my favorite.   And I reply that I can’t really say because every resort offers a unique experience which […]

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Can’t Decide on a Resort , Here’s Molly’s Quick List

Sandals Resorts – Adults-only Golf included at Sandals Golf & Country Club Jamaica, Sandals Golf Club St Lucia and Emerald Bay Golf Club Exuma, Bahamas. Personalized Butler Service available in unique Butler Suite accommodations – a unique and special experience for a once-in-a-lifetime vacation. Special Military, Firefighter and Police savings. Complimentary Destination Weddings. Beaches Resorts – Family […]

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What is the Jamaica Meet the People Program?

When it comes to hospitality, Jamaica really means it. Jamaicans are as warm as the turquoise Caribbean Sea, and since 1968, the Jamaican Tourist Board has paired island visitors with island residents for a true taste of the Jamaica.

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Sandals South Coast (formerly Whitehouse) – All Beachfront Rooms

If you imagine yourself on a sugar-fine, white sand beach in a quiet, laid-back resort destination, surrounded by a crystal turquoise-blue sea then there’s a lounge at Sandals Whitehouse with your name on it.

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Sandals Royal Plantation – Butler Service in Every Suite

Royal Plantation, in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, having recently joined the Sandals family of resorts, is now offering Butler Service with every suite.

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A Brief Snapshot of Jamaica

The beaches in Jamaica are truly spectacular, from secluded private coves to Negril’s world-renowned seven-mile stretch of powdery white sand, all looking out onto the ultra-clear, turquoise waters of the Caribbean.

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