Friday, February 3, 2012

The Real Treasures Of The Caribbeans...

Can you imagine that recently to the shores of the Caribbean landed filibusters were hiding their treasures? Would be great to find the pirate treasure! But what island enwombs these treasures? Martinique, Guadeloupe, Trinidad and Tobago, Dominica, and still very attractive for many, many names, disturbing the mind and do not give to sleep at night. And we know little about them. With the exception of Cuba, Jamaica, Dominican Republic, Antigua, Barbados, all the other Caribbean islands remain unexplored, and for several reasons:

The islands are expensive and not specifically unwind, as interested in preserving its beauty and virginity, focusing primarily on the quality of tourists, rather than their quantity.

Those who manage to solve this issue, discover the real treasures of the Caribbean: an exotic vacation on the beautiful fairy-tale island.

A few facts about the Caribbean islands:

1. Caribbean Islands are located between the North and South America, where lies a blue Caribbean Sea or as it used to be called Filibusterian.

2. The Caribbean island got their name owing to big and combative Carib Indian tribe that once lived on their picturesque shores, and later was almost completely destroyed by the colonialists. To date, only about three thousand of the remaining Caribbean Indians live in the north of the island of Dominica.

3. Caribbean Indians were given the names of the islands by their distinctive features: "The Land of Flowers" for Martinique, the "Island of beautiful waters" for Guadeloupe, "fertile ground" for Saint Kitts, "High her body" for Dominica, etc.

The Spanish, British, French and other travelers, invaders, mainly used the names of the saints: St. Vincent, St. Kitts, St. Martin, etc.

All of the Caribbean is actually very different: from the landscape, nature, and ending with people inhabiting them. On each island under the influence of cultures of the colonizers (English, French, Spanish etc), imported slaves from Africa and local residents - created its own indescribable explosive mixture.

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