A Great New Find And Some Familiar Faces: A Fab Visit To The Bahamas

This was originally posted https://jimbyerstravel.com/2018/10/23/a-great-new-find-and-some-familiar-faces-a-fab-visit-to-the-bahamas/ by Jim Byers THE BAHAMAS – We’ve just landed on the quiet and beautiful Bahamian island of Eleuthera for a day trip. We walk outside the small terminal and find three men leaning up against a wall. One of them is wearing a dark hat with the word “Police” in […]

What is it like to travel to the Royalton Antigua during COVID

Post by Kara Freedman People are not traveling like they did pre-pandemic. An obvious fact, yes, and those who are not traveling are not doing so with great reason. To be honest, I was one of them. I am a New York City resident who has not been on the subway since March 18, 2020, […]

Awesome Barbados Food Tour And A David Beckham Story

This was originally posted on https://jimbyerstravel.com/2020/08/31/awesome-barbados-food-tour-and-a-david-beckham-story/ by Jim Byers BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS – Chef Michael Harrison is on the steps of the Marhill Street market in downtown Bridgetown, talking about Bajan cuisine and the fresh fruits and root vegetables he uses when he cooks. “We have something like 100 types of sweet potatoes on Barbados,” he tells […]

Hotel Review: Four Seasons Bora Bora, Tahiti

This was originally posted on https://canadiantravelnews.ca/2020/07/27/hotel-review-four-seasons-bora-bora-tahiti/ and written by Jim Byers TAHITI – My wife and I have had more great travel experiences than anyone on earth deserves. We’ve taken trips to Ireland, Australia, Hong Kong and Hawaii. We’ve somehow ended up in penthouse suites at posh hotels in Paris and five-star places in Beverly […]

Wondrous Raiatea: The Quiet Side Of Tahiti

This blog was originally posted on https://jimbyerstravel.com/2020/07/12/wondrous-raiatea-the-quiet-side-of-tahiti/ by Jim Byers. Tahiti opens for visitors on Wednesday, July 15. With that in mind I’m re-posting this blog on the tranquil island of Raiatea from earlier this year. RAIATEA – A quick afternoon rainstorm had ended, and it was getting close to the golden hour; that time […]