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Marc Atchison discovers what you see on the surface of Bermuda is beautiful, but its real treasures lie below the waves, where sunken ships provide tourist divers with lots to explore.

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Heather Hinchcliffe finds that "Lady Di" is alive and well and tending to her pineapple plantation on the Bahamian island of Eleuthera, where she's affectionately known as the Pineapple Princess.

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Marc Atchison looks at how Puerto Rico is fighting back after a series of natural disasters and how its natural wonders, like bio bays, are attracting a new type of tourist

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Amy Laughinghouse revisits the tiny U.S. Virgin Island of St. John a year after it was devastated by back-to-back hurricanes and finds the resilient residents more determined than ever to fight on.

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TraveLife's Gary Trask returns to Puerto Rico after hurricane Maria's devastating blow and finds the treasured island is better than ever.

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Contributor Claire Kerr-Zlobin overcomes her fear of deep water to join her family on a dive vacation to remember.

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Contributor Cristina Huré fulfills a lifelong desire to swim with sharks and photographer Patrick Barton records the event for TraveLife readers in the waters off the Bahamas.

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On a recent trip to Bahamas, Marc Atchison is invited to visit the exclusive Abaco Club and comes away with a smile.

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American writer David Latt visits Havana and Cuba's capital impresses him with its public art displays.

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NEGRIL, JAMAICA — He looked 10 days older than dirt. Bamboo thin, he barely cast a shadow in the waning Caribbean sun as it slowly descended below the horizon, thrusting fingerlike ribbons of light into the low-lying patchwork clouds.