In Tekit, a Guayabera Won’t Cost You Your Shirt

In Tekit, a Guayabera Won’t Cost You Your Shirt

Few things define a man’s Caribbean wardrobe better than a guayabera. They are, in fact, the iconic masculine essential. A longish, four-pocket, pleated shirt designed to be worn outside the trousers, the garment is often embroidered and is extremely comfortable in hot weather. The fabric is traditionally linen (arduously made from flax stems) but is Read more...: In Tekit, a Guayabera Won’t Cost You Your Shirt

Is Finding the Perfect Place Possible? Yes…and No

Is Finding the Perfect Place Possible? Yes…and No

We often focus on the exact outcome we want, sometimes unfortunately rejecting something very close to our bullseye. Such is the case when selecting your new overseas home. Because it is such a major decision, your significant research often breeds more significant research. Some get stuck in the research phase for years, unable to pull Read more...: Is Finding the Perfect Place Possible? Yes…and No

Find Your Caribbean Paradise and Make a Profit on It

Find Your Caribbean Paradise and Make a Profit on It

Having been exposed to Fantasy Island, The Blue Lagoon, Pirates of the Caribbean, and countless other similar books and movies, many of us have dreamed of pulling the plug on our hectic lives, donning an eye patch, and bailing out for our very own island paradise. And one tiny isle in the Caribbean may be the perfect place to make it happen, especially when you could make some investment income in the process...

This Just Might Be the Best Beach Bar in the Caribbean

This Just Might Be the Best Beach Bar in the Caribbean

You won’t find the coolest beach bar on Roatán by accident. In fact, even with directions, it’s hard to find. Take the west end road and go past the large number of touristy restaurants and bars all competing for your business. Continue past these, all the way until the narrow, paved street becomes an unpaved, sandy trail…and keep going...

Fulfilling a Spirit of Adventure in Roatán, Honduras

Fulfilling a Spirit of Adventure in Roatán, Honduras

Marion Seaman first visited Roatán with friends in the early ’80s, with no intention of making it her permanent home. She recalls that it wasn’t long before Roatán worked its magic on her. “A few months after I returned to the States, I walked away from everything, including the love of my life. I went to Roatán with only my suitcase, and a dream to spend my days wiggling my toes in the sand...