The Caribbean and the Islands of the Bahamas
by Mardi Duncan
Publisher: Caribbean Destinations 2009
Number of pages: 24
It is with great pleasure that we introduce to you the unique islands that make up the Caribbean -- a necklace of pearl-like gems strewn across the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea. This brochure presents to you the best of the Caribbbean Islands and Islands of the Bahamas, from three star to five star luxury resorts through romantic hideaways to family holiday destinations.
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