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Caribbean and the Bahamas (Cadogan Guide Caribbean & the Bahamas) Paperback – 1 Aug 2005


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'A remarkably easy guide to get into, digest and learn from... The author knows the territory well' -- Travel Weekly

'The best guidebook is the Cadogan Caribbean and the Bahamas' -- The Sunday Times

'The most comprehensive guide available to the region... The flavour of each island is sympathetically captured' -- Observer

‘Comprehensive and entertaining… Packed with practical information for all budgets' -- Geographical Magazine

‘The one which best captured the atmosphere of the islands. It also had reliable recommendations’ -- The Sunday Times

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James Henderson is an authority on Caribbean travel and has spent many happy days wandering the islands. Not only has he uncovered some of the best, most unique places to visit, eat out and sleep, but he offers greater insight into the culture of the region than most of his contemporaries.

In this book, he explores the islands’ distinctive histories, architectural styles and arts, peppering his account with entertaining stories and anecdotes. Like all Cadogan authors he combines an unusual depth of background detail with the most up-to-date, reliable practical information. It’s an unbeatable package for the discerning traveller.

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