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19:09

Travel

Balearic bliss

Andrew Forbes

...reached for a day trip from Ibiza on the regular ferry. In summer its white sandy beaches, sheltered bays and shallow waters look like a scene from the Caribbean. The Formentera crowd is a mix of day-trippers, bohemian holidaymakers and the

14:07

LifeStyle

The culinary magic of a good tomato 'sofrito'

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

(Brazil, Antilles and Caribbean, Colombia, Ecuador, Argentina ...). Although umami was not defined until 1909 by the Japanese chemist Kikunae Ikeda, the ability of glutamate and other amino acids, present in many foods, to enhance and harmonise the

20:27

Travel

Havana turns 500

Andrew Forbes

Caribbean metropolis. From the guest room window, I had a privileged perspective of La Habana Viaja, the Unesco World Heritage historical centre of Cuba’s sprawling maritime capital. The warm tropical breeze carried up to the window the smell of motorbike ... hurricanes that sweep across the Caribbean. On first impression, the dereliction and decay of Old Havana lends the city a weathered beauty. An exotic, romantic atmosphere that is amplified by the classic cars, and the sounds of Cuban tunes and rhythms ... day here with breakfast in the Confluencias restaurant, with the Caribbean sunlight bouncing off the mirrors and crystal chandeliers, I had found it hard to imagine that I was staying in a Communist country that rationed food to residents. The generous

09:56

Travel

The insider guide to Havana

Andrew Forbes

...business and residential district, the hotel’s position on a small hill means visitors have superb views across the city, bay and the Caribbean. Hotel Nacional de Cuba is a national monument, but I can’t help but feel it has become a bit of pastiche of its

19:20

What to do

The Film Symphony Orchestra arrives in Andalucía

Tony Bryant

...popular Hollywood movies of the last few decades, including Pirates of the Caribbean, Jurassic World, Star Wars, Back to the Future and Willow. The orchestra will perform just four dates in Andalucía, the first of which will be at the Príncipe

13:13

Local

Sky Princess debuts in Malaga

Andrew Forbes

...group through interactive screens throughout the liner; and personalise their experiences on board. Sky Princess is now crossing the Atlantic on a repositioning cruise, ready for its winter itineraries in the Caribbean. More information -

13:01

Opinion

Invader birds

IGNACIO LILLO

Caribbean image that these birds have brought with them; it might be very bright and cheerful for a while, but ask the residents who have to put up with them day after day. And that’s all without mentioning the spread of disease and the financial risk if

17:26

Travel

Senegal

ANDREW FORBES

Fisherman's tavern is right by the boardwalk leading to the shell island of Fadiouth. Wide selection of fish, seafood and traditional Senegalese cuisine. LaTaverneDuPecheur.com Chez Rasta, Lagune de la Somone, Saly Here the Caribbean and Africa collide

17:43

Travel

Sustainable travel

Andrew Forbes

...he could help his wider family and save a little too. The Dominican Republic shares the island of Hispaniola with the Republic of Haiti - one Caribbean island yet two very different nations. The Dominican Republic has focused on creating a stable, ... investment-friendly economy which has wholeheartedly embraced tourism. The World Travel & Tourism Council suggests that foreign visitors contribute up to 17.2 per cent to the economy, which is one of the biggest and fastest growing in the Caribbean. Yet it's neighbour ... impossible to escape the problem of rubbish and litter. It's the most visited country in the Caribbean, and despite having a waste collection infrastructure, I saw disturbing amounts of waste, including plastic, dumped by the sides of the roads. Being an

18:41

LifeStyle

'I've always been a bit of an action man'

Ash Bolton

...dream since I was a little kid, as I always wanted to go on missions," said the father of two. One such humanitarian mission saw him visit the Caribbean island of St Martin in 1998 at the age of 20 - after Hurricane Mitch struck. He said: "It

17:46

What to do

The rhythm of Jamaica comes to Torremolinos

tony bryant

Malaga reggae scene. The four-piece band, who released their CD Remastered 2019 last year, produce an authentic Caribbean sound, which is enriched by the unusual voice of lead singer El Gordo. The group has a consolidated sound based on roots reggae,