When Beaches, Palm Trees and Blue Water Pales

Don't know what to do in the Caribbean? There's almost always a rum distillery in reach (and most have tasting rooms).

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Yep – I’ve visited a few of them! Yummy

Four Square, Barbados? Chairman's Reserve, St. Lucia? Tortuga, Cayman Islands?

Yes, Tortuga, but it was more about the cakes.

Rhum Clement, Martinique, is a fantastic tour but the tasting room is a zoo.

Bacardi Rum, Puerto Rico, was great; we were there a day pre-cruise and took the ferry from Old Town, may take too long if it’s only a port stop.

Koloa Rum, Kauai (not Caribbean, but really good!).

Always visit Charles, the Cruzan Rum representative at Havensight, St. Thomas, to try the newest flavors and his special combinations.

Been meaning to try John Walting’s while in Nassau but never get to it.

I never tire of the beautiful turquoise waters, clean white beaches and warm breezes in the Caribbean.  I also like to take the many boat rides available to see the islands from a different perspective.  St. John's island is not to be missed.  Take the island tour for beautiful photographs and stunning views.  San Juan has a wonderful Bacardi Rum Tour that you can reach by a nearby ferry.   

It's been a while - but we still have fond memories of the Kalik brewery tour - not rum - but still...

We're going to visit the distillery on Grand Cayman and then head to the beach. 

What's not to like about that? Enjoy!

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