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A SINGULAR DIVERSITY
The French call it Les Caraïbes - literally “The Caribbeans,” a fitting use of the plural to denote a multitudinous region. Islands abound by the hundreds in these waters, salty to the taste but warm to the touch - and pleasing to the eye, more often turquoise than gray. Admiring a vintage American car in front of a colonial patio in old Havana, swaying to a catchy bachata beat in Santo Domingo, cooling down with a piña colada in the shade of blue guayacán blossoms in Puerto Rico, gyrating along with the crowd of colorfully costumed dancers at the Trinidad Carnival… It’s impossible to exhaust the list of local customs and pleasures — and so much the better!