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Publication Update: Jamaica’s Best Beaches Book & Jamaica Feature in Virgin Atlantic’s VERA In-flight Magazine (November 2014)
I am thrilled to share this publication news with you all!
A couple of weeks ago, I was contacted by the editor-in-chief of Virgin Atlantic’s in-flight magazine VERA. While researching for a potential Jamaica feature, he stumbled on my Jamaica work–from my photographs to my recently released Jamaica’s Best Beaches ebook–and asked if he could feature it all (gasp).
The double-page feature–in my words and images–is now in the November issue of VERA and covers
An update: The good news is the Split has reopened, after temporarily closing due to landlord tenant issues (it had to be complicated!) Let’s hope it stays open and the fun spot we know regardless of who ends up owning it.
It’s been a month since I’ve returned to Belize, and what a whirlwind! Those of you who follow my Facebook Page know that I’m back in the Jewel to begin updating and writing my second edition of MOON BELIZE, due out in November 2015. Yes, already!
In general, the updates I expect are of the restaurant closure, hotel openings and new attractions type.
But there’s one particular big update coming to Belize’s social scene that many folks have been anticipating–including this Jewel lover, since first hearing about it this past summer. And some updates are just too good to keep until publication (which, after all, won’t be until Fall of next year).
It’s a change coming to Belize’s most popular seafront bar and social hub. A place that serves as a weekend and at times weekday, getaway for Belizeans, expats and tourists. From solo travelers to families and tired business owners taking a break, many hop here for some sun, sea and merriment. I’ve written about this dreamy spot countless times, with articles or photographs published in various outlets, from Viator Travel to American Way Magazine.
If you’ve traveled to Caye Caulker before–one of the two most visited islands off the coast of Belize–then you know all about The Split.
And if you’ve read my numerous posts or viewed my photographs of Belize, or those of tourists and bloggers posted all over the