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Undiscovered Islands of the Caribbean: Burl Willes

Undiscovered Islands of the Caribbean: Burl Willes

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has good news--not every island in the Caribbean is completely overrun with resorts and schlock stands. In his newly updated fourth edition of of the Caribbean, Willes presents 42 idyllic islands, places where the pace of life still meanders slowly in the tropical sun--where narrow streets, village markets, and palm-fringed beaches retain their intrinsic flavor and culture, undisturbed by gambling casinos and T-shirt hawkers. From to Barbuda, Marie-Galante to Guanaja, these secluded islands, some completely uninhabited, still offer the beauty and tranquillity old-timers try to tell you are a thing of the past. --

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