If you went to the Caribbean which places would you visit?

@maximax8 (28249)
United Kingdom
December 20, 2011 10:33am CST
Today I was walking down the high street and as usual looking in the travel agents window. They had a Caribbean cruise for a low price. I have got my trip booked to fly to South America next year So therefore I wasn't interested in the cruise. The Caribbean has loads of islands and I have been to St Lucia when I was 19 years old. I wish to visit Tobago, Grenada and Barbados in the future. If you got a free or low cost trip which Caribbean islands or destinations on the mainland would you like to visit and why?
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@leanette (3004)
• India
21 Dec 11
I would definitely choose Aruba,its a small but beautiful Island and most importantly that's where my boyfriend lives, so I'm hoping to get married and move there soooon!! Aren't I lucky? ^_^
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@maximax8 (28249)
• United Kingdom
23 Dec 11
One of my friends has been to Aruba many times and she loves it there. It is amazing your boyfriend lives there and after your marriage you will move there. Those islands are known as the ABC Islands and they are the Dutch Caribbean. Yes, you are very lucky.
@bhanusb (5709)
• India
20 Dec 11
Hello my friend maximax, I'm very much interested to visit the Caribbean Islands. If I get a chance to go there free I shall not hesitate for the trip. But that scope will never come. The small islands in the ocean so nice to sea. When I watch cricket games in any island on TV I see the seagulls come to the playground without any fear. This is so interesting. The waves of the sea touch the islands. It is so nice. I think the inhabitants of Caribbean are very joyful.
@maximax8 (28249)
• United Kingdom
23 Dec 11
Hello my friend Bhanusb, I wish that you could visit the Caribbean Islands for free. The Caribbean people seem so happy and carefree. Every traveler to any Caribbean island gets in a relaxed and happy mood. One couple even forgot there departure day they were so chilled out and enjoying themselves.
@writersedge (22579)
• United States
21 Dec 11
Trinidad because I went to school with a young man from Trinidad in college. He was quite fun to be around.
@maximax8 (28249)
• United Kingdom
23 Dec 11
That young man sounds delightful to me. I would love to visit Trinidad and Tobago. It is lovely to have an international flavor whilst at college.
@marie2052 (3697)
• United States
21 Dec 11
I just got back from a western Caribbean cruise and we went to Cozamel, Honduras, Belize, and Costa Maya. Each place was a unique area. Lots of history specially if you are interested in the Mayan ruins. My main purpose was to go to Belize as my baby granddaughter is half Belize. It was an education there. I will be putting up photos after the holidays. Too much to do with hubby home a lot over the holidays. Good Luck on your vacation. would love to hear what you settle on to go to.
@maximax8 (28249)
• United Kingdom
23 Dec 11
Hello Marie. Thanks for saying about your cruise to Mexico, Belize and Honduras.I visited Mexico, Belize and Guatemala in 2006 after flying into Cancun. It was amazing to climb the Mayan ruins and see the wildlife. It was superb to hear about your grand daughter. I have seen a program about some people looking at houses in the Bay Islands. They look like beautiful islands off the coast of Honduras.
8 Jan 12
So far, of the Caribbean islands, I have visited Antigua, Cuba and Jamaica but, I would really also like to vist Curacao and Aruba. I know Thomson do a direct charter flight to Aruba and I can fly with KLM indirect from my local airport to Curacao so not too bad for flights
@doggydimon (1379)
• Philippines
26 Dec 11
I really love the islands. If I have the time and money to spare I would try to see them all especially the eastern side... I will start with the Bahamas and try to live a life of luxury there... :D Then go to Jamaica and have fun listening to reggae and eating local food. Next we head to the land of beautiful ladies, Puerto Rico. Then go island hopping in Martinique, Saint Lucia, Barbados, St Vincent and the Grenadines and Trinidad and Tobago