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  • How to book a car in the UAE

    The advantages of renting a car are one way or another inherent in any country. This is an opportunity not to depend on the rhythm and time of an excursion in a place you like, to see places that are difficult to reach by transport, savings when traveling in a group and many other advantages.…

  • Successful Jamaica Tourism Awareness Week 2023 Youth Forum

    MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica – The highly anticipated Tourism Awareness Week (TAW) 2023 Youth Forum has been hailed as a “major success”. The event saw strong support from hundreds of students and teachers from across the island. Over 300 Tourism Action Club (TAC) members attended the event. It was held on World Tourism Day (WTD) –…

  • Signs You Might Need to Replace Your Mass Airflow Sensor

    Are you noticing strange behavior from your car, like an erratic engine that is idling too low or too high? The cause of this could be your mass airflow sensor. What’s a mass airflow sensor, and how do you know when it needs to be replaced? This blog post will explore these questions and guide…

  • Miami Carnival Business Spotlight: Drucilla Graham of Market Hut & Hi Doc Medical

    SOUTH FLORIDA – October celebrates National Women’s Small Business Month. South Florida Caribbean News caught up with Drucilla Graham, founder of Market Hut, LLC and Hi Doc Medical. Drucilla and her company have curated the Miami Carnival experience for its VIP patrons and sponsors for the past five years. According to the Women Business Enterprise…

  • “Nah Sell Out”, Alborosie and Kabaka Pyramid’s Conviction to Grasroots Reggae

    by Howard Campbell SOUTH FLORIDA – An unapologetic exponent of grassroots reggae, Alborosie pledges his conviction to that movement on Nah Sell Out, his song with Kabaka Pyramid. Released in September, it is from Destiny, the Italian singer’s 14-song album which came out in May on VP Records. Alborosie, who has lived in Jamaica for…

  • Shinehead Celebrating 30 Years of ‘Jamaican in New York’

    NEW YORK – Shinehead is celebrating the 30th Anniversary of “Jamaican in New York“. Much to the international artist of Jamaican descent’s credit, he impacted audiences around the world with this iconic hit song. Notably, Shinehead’s “Jamaican in New York” is a cultured, vibrant response to Sting’s “Englishman in New York.” The track first appeared on…

  • Travel Hacks: Making the Most of Student Discounts and Deals

    Waking up in a new city, tasting unfamiliar cuisines, and experiencing foreign cultures ‒ travel can be the perfect antidote to the monotonous grind of college life. If only there were a way to put lectures on pause, maybe even ask experts to https://takemyclassesforme.com/take-my-math-class and journey into the unknown! If you’re nodding in agreement, here’s…

  • Foot Trails of Asia: The Three Best Trekking Destinations To Visit This Year

    Asia’s vast size and diversity make it a haven for hiking opportunities. This vast continent provides various hikes to suit different tastes and skill levels, from short and easy to long and challenging.  Asia has something for everyone. But, with the many destinations, how do you choose the best one? Fortunately, this blog will introduce…

  • The Countless Benefits of Travel Deals Offered by Banks

    In an era when wanderlust knows no bounds, savvy travelers always look for ways to make their dream vacations a reality without breaking the bank. Fortunately, many banks have offered enticing travel deals that can turn your travel fantasies into unforgettable adventures. Let’s explore the myriad benefits of these travel deals and how they can…

  • The Caribbean Should Lead in Sustainable Tourism Development, Declares CTO Secretary-General

    Dona Regis-Prosper, Secretary-General and CEO, Caribbean Tourism Organization BARBADOS – “We believe the Caribbean should lead, and not follow, on investing in a healthy, sustainable, and productive future for the prosperity of our people and our planet,” declared Dona Regis-Prosper, the newly appointed Secretary-General and CEO of the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO), as she delivered…

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