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Mauritius is known for its markets and as a newbie to the island, I thought I would give shopping at “The Market” a bash. That was my first mistake. You don’t give shopping at the market “a bash” because it WILL bash you. Allow me to explain... I donned my...read more
As a medical professional, I follow the classic stereotype of being a horrible patient. I don’t like going to the doctor, and I try to avoid it at all costs. Since living on the island of Curacao, I’ve been lucky enough to not need a doctor (Knock on wood! Yes, I’m...read more
Tourists are often fascinated, understandably, by the minutiae of daily island life. Here they are in a place that seems pretty damn close to paradise, populated by people seemingly just like them except they've figured out how to make a life in a locale most only...read more
When Hurricane Irma (to be followed shortly after by Hurricane Maria) struck the US Virgin Islands, it hit on the very day that school was scheduled to re-open, September 6, 2017. In actuality, with our school being used as an emergency shelter for an indefinite time...read more
Living as we do, so close to the natural world, it's all the more important that we islanders take the wellbeing of the environment into consideration when making decisions in our daily lives. Being mindful of the environment and our impact on it looks different in...read more
Boasting a rich history, the island of Mauritius has managed to become a leader in the African continent and continues to do so in terms of economy, culture, fashion, and, most recently, sports. However, there is one thing that often goes unnoticed on our rock: the...read more