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May 20, 2013 The Norwegian Breakaway has started sailing from Pier 88, and contrary to the nonstop TV ads pumped out by Norwegian Cruise Line, it is not crowned with fake skyscrapers like a Vegas version of New York.
The new normal also includes rising prices, declining wages, more market-determined exchange rate adjustments, business contraction and general fiscal consolidation. Businessman Omar Azan provided many quotable clips in interviews with Cliff Hughes
As the news of the death of the 58 year old, Venezuelan president, Hugo Chavez spread throughout the world, a shadow of sadden-ness and doubt engulfed the Caribbean. Diplomats that once rub shoulders, and quickly developed a degree of
Jamaica (AP) Hadi Mezawi has never set foot on the Caribbean island of Dominica, has never seen its rainforests or black-sand beaches...Without leaving his home in the United Arab Emirates, the Palestinian man recently received a brand new Dominican
FoxNews.com If you live in certain states you know the revelry of New Year's is a mere prelude to five months of winter weather misery. The cruise lines also know, and so the first week in January brings us Wave Season, a time for industry-wide sales
Stories VP Records has done it again dug deep into its bottomless mine of music to come up with Reggae Anthology: Barrington Levy Sweet Reggae Music (1979-84), a rare gem of classic Jamaican music. The recent Barrington Levy release, along with the
Coast Guard crews searched Friday for a Washington state man who was reported missing from a Caribbean cruise. Two ships and a plane took part in the second day of the search, which was centered about 85 miles (137 kilometers) northwest of Puerto
There's still time to take advantage of MSC Cruises special standby rates on select 7-night Caribbean cruises, with prices starting at $299 for an interior stateroom, $399 for an oceanview and $599 for a balcony. Additionally kids 17 and under sail
She speaks with a delightful rhythm that has more than a hint of travel and an interesting blend of numerous cultures making it difficult to determine her nationality. But when she becomes passionate, particularly about regional development, there is
Wednesday November 14, 2012 Barbara Ellington, Public Affairs Editor While Carole Eleuthere-Jn Marie was a student in St Lucia, she juggled her assignments with her other job, head office accountant at National Commercial Bank St Lucia Ltd.