Cruising the Caribbean: A Gude to the Ports of Call

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Hunter Publishing, Incorporated, Nov 1, 1997 - Caribbean Area - 260 pages
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A guide tailored to the needs of cruise ship travellers visiting the islands for just a few days. The book shows the reader how to make the best of their time, including historic walking tours, shopping, island excursions and beach trips. Recommendations are offered on restaurants and activities.

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Contents

PREFACE
1
THE CARIBBEAN ISLANDS
7
How To Use This Book
13
PUERTO RICO
31
ST THOMAS
55
SINT MAARTENSAINT MARTIN
83
ANTIGUA
107
ST KITTS NEVIS
125
The Caribbean Islands
7
Puerto Rico
32
St Thomas
56
Charlotte Amalie
63
Sint MaartenSaint Martin
85
AntiguaSt Johns
114
St KittsBasseterre
127
DominicaRoseau
154

DOMINICA
149
THE FRENCH WEST INDIES
165
Martinique
183
ST LUCIA
197
BARBADOS
219
GRENADA
247
GuadeloupePointeaPitre
172
MartiniqueFortdeFrance
187
St Lucia
203
Barbados
225
GrenadaSt Georges
255
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About the author (1997)

Diane Rapp became an entrepreneur when she started her own dog grooming salon in Santa Barbara, California. She spent the next thirty years as a small business owner; she sold real estate, started an office supply/copy center, and performed free-lance advertising design. During all those years Diane wrote stories as a cure for insomnia. She wrote short stories about dogs for a local German Shepherd Dog Club newsletter, and then expanded to full length novels. After Diane and her daughter Laura co-authored a travel guidebook entitled Cruising the Eastern Caribbean (four editions were published by Hunter Publishing) Laura gave Diane the idea of writing a mystery set on cruise ships in the Caribbean. Murder Caribbean-Style and Murder on a Ghost Ship are the first two novels of a High Seas Mystery series. The third novel Murder for Glacier Blue features a wedding cruise to Alaska. It's scheduled for release in 2013. Howl of the Wolf was the first book in Diane's Heirs to the Throne science fiction series. It introduced the planet Drako, telepathic wolves, and the crew of the space ship that took sanctuary on a planet that banned technology. In the second book, The Havenshire Resistance, Krystal's teenage daughters must learn to use inherited powers and join an army of samurai women, telepathic wolves, and commoners to save the kingdom from the evil plans of Jarrack. Dragon Defense is the third novel in the series. Donovan's group must train teenagers and encourage wild dragons to defend Drako from destruction by the Institute. Visit Diane's website (quicksilvernovels.com) to learn more about the characters in her books. You may also find Diane's posts at the QuickSilver Novels Facebook page or follow her on Twitter @DianeRapp.

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