Twitter Search / NBCLatino: Cattle ranching in the middle of Caracas? A socialist commune says it’s one way to alleviate food shortages. https://www.nbcnews.com/news/latino/amid-food-shortages-commune-does-cattle-ranching-caracas-neighbors-aren-n937286 

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Cattle ranching in the middle of Caracas? A socialist commune says it’s one way to alleviate food shortages.

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Supreme Court agrees to take up an aspect of the legal battle over the Trump administration’s plan to put a question about citizenship on the 2020 census form.

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Twitter Search / NBCLatino: “There is a spiritual understanding and love for the land that gives us meaning and purpose,” says winemaker Vanessa Robledo, featured in the doc “Harvest Season” by @bernardoruizcom https://www.nbcnews.com/news/latino/behin

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“There is a spiritual understanding and love for the land that gives us meaning and purpose,” says winemaker Vanessa Robledo, featured in the doc “Harvest Season” by

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Airbnb Experiences Coming to Bermuda

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Airbnb is bringing its experiential travel offering to the island of Bermuda

The company’s Airbnb Experiences is set to launch in Bermuda next spring, the Bermuda Tourism Authority confirmed this week.

Bermuda will be the fourth destination with Airbnb Experiences in the wider Caribbean-Atlantic region, along with Cuba, Puerto Rico and Jamaica.

Bermuda Airbnb Experiences

“Hosting an Airbnb Experience is an opportunity for a Bermudian to highlight his or her insider knowledge of the island and reach a worldwide audience of highly engaged travelers,” said Pat Phillp-Fairn, chief product and experiences development officer at the Bermuda Tourism Authority. “This is another avenue for local entrepreneurs to present their distinct offerings, while still working with other distribution partners. It also presents an opportunity for the destination as a whole because Airbnb Experiences helps to set us apart from our competitors.”

Experiences are hosted by locals who wish to share their community and expertise with guests by planning activities and excursions.

“We are very excited about the launch of Airbnb Experiences in Bermuda,” said Carlos Munoz, who manages public policy and communications for Airbnb in the Caribbean and Central America. “The rollout of Experiences on the island is only possible because of the productive partnership with the BTA and we look forward to offering guests the heartfelt hospitality of our Bermudian hosts.”

The post Airbnb Experiences Coming to Bermuda appeared first on Caribbean Journal.


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Caribbean Journal: Airbnb Experiences Coming to Bermuda

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By the Caribbean Journal staff

Airbnb is bringing its experiential travel offering to the island of Bermuda

The company’s Airbnb Experiences is set to launch in Bermuda next spring, the Bermuda Tourism Authority confirmed this week.

Bermuda will be the fourth destination with Airbnb Experiences in the wider Caribbean-Atlantic region, along with Cuba, Puerto Rico and Jamaica.

Bermuda Airbnb Experiences

“Hosting an Airbnb Experience is an opportunity for a Bermudian to highlight his or her insider knowledge of the island and reach a worldwide audience of highly engaged travelers,” said Pat Phillp-Fairn, chief product and experiences development officer at the Bermuda Tourism Authority. “This is another avenue for local entrepreneurs to present their distinct offerings, while still working with other distribution partners. It also presents an opportunity for the destination as a whole because Airbnb Experiences helps to set us apart from our competitors.”

Experiences are hosted by locals who wish to share their community and expertise with guests by planning activities and excursions.

“We are very excited about the launch of Airbnb Experiences in Bermuda,” said Carlos Munoz, who manages public policy and communications for Airbnb in the Caribbean and Central America. “The rollout of Experiences on the island is only possible because of the productive partnership with the BTA and we look forward to offering guests the heartfelt hospitality of our Bermudian hosts.”

The post Airbnb Experiences Coming to Bermuda appeared first on Caribbean Journal.

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Caribbean Photo of the Week: Sunset at OJ’s in Antigua

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By the Caribbean Journal staff

The latest Caribbean Photo comes from Caribbean Journal reader Will Rutledge, who sent in this stunning shot of sunset at OJ’s in Antigua.

Have you taken a great photo in the Caribbean?

Send it to news@caribjournal.com with CPOTW in the subject line, including your first and last name and the location of the photo.

It could be the next Caribbean Photo of the Week!

— CJ

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Caribbean Journal: Caribbean Photo of the Week: Sunset at OJ’s in Antigua

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The latest Caribbean Photo comes from Caribbean Journal reader Will Rutledge, who sent in this stunning shot of sunset at OJ’s in Antigua.

Have you taken a great photo in the Caribbean?

Send it to news@caribjournal.com with CPOTW in the subject line, including your first and last name and the location of the photo.

It could be the next Caribbean Photo of the Week!

— CJ

The post Caribbean Photo of the Week: Sunset at OJ’s in Antigua appeared first on Caribbean Journal.

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Twitter Search / NBCLatino: Acclaimed author Isabel Allende became the first Spanish-language writer to receive an honorary National Book Award medal. A native of Peru, Allende, is the author of “The House of the Spirits” and many other best-sellers. h

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Acclaimed author Isabel Allende became the first Spanish-language writer to receive an honorary National Book Award medal.

A native of Peru, Allende, is the author of “The House of the Spirits” and many other best-sellers.

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/latino/isabel-allende-first-spanish-language-writer-receive-honorary-national-book-n936576 … via

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St Maarten’s Winair Expands Fleet

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St Maarten-based regional airline Winair has expanded its fleet for the upcoming high season.

The carrier has added its fourth Twin Otter aircraft, with demand expected to rise for the winter months, the company said.

The fourth Twin Otter launched operations on Saturday at Princess Juliana International Airport.

“I would like to congratulate Winair on receiving their fourth aircraft of the Twin Otter model, considered a real reliable work horse,” said St Maarten Tourism Minister Stuart Johnson. “This development once again shows that business is increasing and we are well on our way to returning to pre-Irma levels of economic activity.

Winair operates flights around the region, with a particular concentration to nearby islands like St Eustatius and Saba, among others.

“Winair, our local airline, since September 2017, has grown by leaps and bounds within a short time after the devastation caused by the hurricanes, and its acquisition of a fourth plane a little over a year later demonstrates the determination of this little airline,” Johnson said.

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Caribbean Journal: St Maarten’s Winair Expands Fleet

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By the Caribbean Journal staff

St Maarten-based regional airline Winair has expanded its fleet for the upcoming high season.

The carrier has added its fourth Twin Otter aircraft, with demand expected to rise for the winter months, the company said.

The fourth Twin Otter launched operations on Saturday at Princess Juliana International Airport.

“I would like to congratulate Winair on receiving their fourth aircraft of the Twin Otter model, considered a real reliable work horse,” said St Maarten Tourism Minister Stuart Johnson. “This development once again shows that business is increasing and we are well on our way to returning to pre-Irma levels of economic activity.

Winair operates flights around the region, with a particular concentration to nearby islands like St Eustatius and Saba, among others.

“Winair, our local airline, since September 2017, has grown by leaps and bounds within a short time after the devastation caused by the hurricanes, and its acquisition of a fourth plane a little over a year later demonstrates the determination of this little airline,” Johnson said.

The post St Maarten’s Winair Expands Fleet appeared first on Caribbean Journal.

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