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The Best Places to Play Tennis in the CaribbeanA holiday in the Caribbean doesn’t have to be all fly and flop. There are dozens of places to play tennis in the Caribbean, from tennis academies to public courts.

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Celebrating Bob Marley’s Birthday in JamaicaWith streets festooned with Rastafarian flags and bunting, Jamaica is readying itself for an influx of reggae-tourists in 2015 as the island prepares to celebrate musical icon Bob Marley’s birthday in what would have been his 70th year.

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A Glamorous Guide to Barbados PoloNobody does sport quite like the polo set. While other sports may brag about the A-list crowd they attract, polo is in another league with royals, movie stars and catwalk supermodels in the crowd, and in the saddle. Take a look at our Barbados polo guide for the best places to catch a glimpse of the high life.

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Being an island, you're never far from the sea in Jamaica, so it's perhaps not surprising that many of the nation's best outdoor activities revolve around water-based attractions, from waterfalls to boat tours.

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Sir Vivian Richards: King of Antigua CricketNothing excites Antigua like a game of cricket – every scrap of spare land, from parking lots to wasteland scrub, bears a set of makeshift stumps. Cricket season is welcomed with a fanfare and Antigua cricket legend Sir Vivian Richards is worshipped by his homeland for his international batting prowess.

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The Best Street Food in Tobago

by SarahWoods November - last edited March by Moderator

The Best Street Food in TobagoWith a variety of local dishes to try, street food in Tobago offers everything from roti to hearty and wholesome stews. A heartland of rich and spicy cuisine, remember to go easy on the fiery pepper sauce.

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