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Somewhere Café & Lounge, Providenciales

Somewhere Cafe & Lounge - copyright Rum Therapy
We arrived early at our accommodations for the week in Providenciales, Turks & Caicos, stored our bags and asked for directions to the closest bar to hang out for a while until we could check in. “That would be Somewhere” was the reply… (read more)

Festiva Sailing Vacations “Save The Reef” Campaign

BVI Sailing - copyright Rum Therapy
Ahhh…sailing in the Caribbean. One of our favorite things to do – especially in what some call the sailing capital of the Caribbean – the British Virgin Islands… (read more)

Jimmy’s Dive Bar, Provo, Turks & Caicos

Jimmy's Dive Bar, copyright Rum Therapy
When we heard the name of this bar tucked into a corner of Ports of Call in Providenciales, T&C, we knew we had to make a stop to check it out… (read more)

Homemade Ginger Beer at Cloggy’s, Antigua

Cloggy's, Antigua - copyright Rum Therapy
Homemade Ginger Beer? Yes, please. We entered the establishment that also had an incredible view of the harbor, mega-yachts, sailing vessels and racing boats. The bar/restaurants name was Cloggy’s, and we were determined to sample the homemade ginger beer, even though it was only 10:00 in the morning…(read more)

Rum The World – An Around the World Rum Tour!

We were recently contacted by Laura Inguenaud, a young lady from Paris who had grown up learning to appreciate rum and decided to leave Paris to go on a 9 month around-the-world trip to explore the world of rum. We were quite intrigued with her story and asked if she’d like to write a short guest post on some of the things she experienced. Enjoy a small excerpt of her story here… (read more)

The World is Now More Accessible Than Ever – Explore and Enjoy It!

Accessible Travel
The world is more accessible than ever before. Twenty percent (62 million) of the U.S. population has some form of disability, and the number of these individuals is increasing daily. These people need to, want to, and can travel. If you are part of that twenty percent, a world of Special Needs/Accessible Travel awaits you…(read more)