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Which Islands in the Caribbean have you been too?

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Which Islands in the Caribbean have you been too?

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only Cuba

waiting on my sugar daddy situ to materialize to see the rest
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Curacao, Aruba, Bonaire, Barbados, St Maarten, Puerto Rico, St Lucia, Grenada, Guadeloupe, St Thomas, Dominican Republic.

edit: forgot a few - Grand Cayman and Jamaica.

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Cayman Islands, that's all. My gf wants us to take a cruise, so I'll probably see more at some point.

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Bahamas (all but 2 islands), Cuba, Grenada (and all the Grenadines north), all the St. Somewheres (St. Vincent, Maarten, Lucia, Thomas, etc.), Curacao, Aruba, Haiti, Bonaire, Barbados, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Mustique, Virgin Islands, Turks and Caicos (all), Salt Caye, Trinidad, Tobago, Jamaica, Caymans, Dominica, Antigua.

And more I am forgetting. Ninja

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Cozumel (Mexico), St. Thomas (USA), St. Maarten/Martin (Netherlands/France), New Providence (Bahamas), Paradise Island (Bahamas), Coco Cay (Bahamas)

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Utila. So sue me, Its a one island list!!!

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New Providence (Bahamas), Paradise Island (Bahamas), Coco Cay (Bahamas)
in the spirit of accuracy, the Bahamas are in the Atlantic Ocean.

Cozumel is a curiosity. I've been there too - wasn't sure if that counts as Caribbean though - I say 'tie goes to the runner' - so it's all good.

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Originally posted by Capt Steve:
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New Providence (Bahamas), Paradise Island (Bahamas), Coco Cay (Bahamas)
in the spirit of accuracy, the Bahamas are in the Atlantic Ocean.

Cozumel is a curiosity. I've been there too - wasn't sure if that counts as Caribbean though - I say 'tie goes to the runner' - so it's all good.


i guess you're right about bahamas...but salmo put them too!!! i looked at a map, because i wansn't sure, but it is definitely in island and definitely in the caribbean...it counts!

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I lived on New Providence, Bahamas (I know the debate about it being in the Caribean) Aruba, Grand Cayman (technically i lived on a boat there for 2 yrs) Turneffe Island, Belize I've traveled to Little Cayman Island and Cayman Brac, Curacao, Bonaire, Some outer islands in the Bahamas, Turks AND Caicos, Bay Islands, Cozumel, Some outer islands in Belize, I know I'm missing a few.
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Andros, Eleuthera, New Providence and Grand Bahama. I believe the Bahamas are positioned too far north to be considered truly the Caribbean. But I definitely think they deserve to be in this forum.

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Grenada, Trinidad & Tobago (both), Curacao, Margarita (Venezuelan), Utila & Roatan (Honduras), Caye Caulker & Turneff Reef (Belize), St. Lucia, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Dominica, USVI (St. Thomas, St. Croix, St. Johns), Hispañola (Dominican Republic & Haiti), Cuba, Puerto Rico, Trinidad, Tobago, Jamaica


Bahamas (Freeport, Nassau, Paradis), Barbados: Although these are geographically located in the Atlantic, they are always included in West Indian festivals. In fact, so are Guyana and Suriname (they feel more affinity to the WI then SA).

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Just Eleuthera, Nassau and Paradise Island of the Bahamas. I'd like to go to more...
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Ok, not all technically Caribbean....

Bahamas
Jamaica
Grand Cayman
Cayman Brac (ok only for an hour)
Little Cayman
Cozumel
Utila
Roatan (as a layover but going back next month)
Ambergris Caye Belize
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