Tourism now dominates most Caribbean economies, drawing huge numbers of visitors and wealth into the region.
It seems that we are living in a mirage as it pertains to our assumed freedom. We are no longer in chains working on the plantation without respect, education, and nothing to call our own.
The world seems smaller than ever.
There was much talk about tourism this week when the House of Assembly discussed a resolution to take note of the Final Report of the National Cruise Development Commission.
WHEN in the early 1990s it became apparent that Europe’s preferential regimes for Caribbean bananas and sugar were coming to an end, an impassioned debate began about a transition to other forms of