Tropical Sky blogger Nicola stays at St James’s Club, Antigua

I have just spent a short but very sweet few days at St James’s Club, in Antigua.  Welcomed by the friendly staff I felt very at home.  Located on a secluded peninsula to the south of the island and surrounded by lush, tropical gardens it feels like your own private paradise. The resort is great fun to explore and has …

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$200 free in Barbados – what will you spend it on?

It’s never hard to convince yourself that a holiday to Barbados is a good idea, but right now we’ve got an even more compelling reason for you. If you book a stay at selected hotels with Tropical Sky between 20th August to 31st October 2013 for travel up to 21st December 2013, you’ll receive a fantastic offer from the Barbados …

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Dickenson Bay, Antigua – Best beach holidays

Antigua is said to have an incredible 365 beaches, this means you could visit a new beach everyday of the year. Although if you are only on a short holiday you may not have that much time!  So with that in mind if you visit only one beach while you are there then I would definitely pick Dickenson Bay. Soapy blue …

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Travel top 10’s

Stick a pin in a map, trawl through mountains of brochures or subjugate friends and family to integration until you unearth what’s right for you – alternatively, check out our awesome travel top 10’s to find your dream destination. From shops and spas to amusement parks and Hemingway, whatever you’re into we can guarantee that we’ve got the best of …

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A beginner’s guide to Aruba

Aruba is hardly what you might call a famous name when you think about holiday destinations in the Caribbean; we think that’s a real shame. Part of the ABC Islands (with Bonaire and Curacao providing the latter initials), it is tucked away in the south of the Caribbean, looking on the map more like an extension of Venezuela than a …

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Top 10 music cities in the world

There’s just something about music that helps to turn an average town into an awesome city and from the audience to the neighbourhood, feeling the energy of a live performance is often a life-affirming experience that’s very rarely matched. For a destination to be declared number one for music it has to fit certain criteria that enables visitors and locals …

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