KINGSTON, Jamaica - Not every Caribbean person likes reggae or soca. Food tastes in the region vary too, as do religious beliefs. The accents spit in different directions.
It’s hard for many to imagine that illegal immigration is also a problem for some Caribbean nations, including the hurricane devastated The Bahamas.
As the nation is split down the middle, the Democrats and the Republicans take their sides. Everyone is right, and everyone is wrong. The American Democracy is being challenged to its core, and there appears to be no place for compromise.
"We are determined to collaborate with our community, the private sector and educational institutions to advocate for cogent curricula to meet the needs of this rapidly changing sector, so (that) many more of our people can benefit from all of tourism's contributions to our economy and society." - Commissioner Joseph Boschulte, U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Tourism