One effect of the recent and destructives hurricanes in the Caribbean is that it have made the region look to China, the largest tourist emitting market in the world.
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TTC Service.-Cubans are not the only ones concerned about the new and numerous actions of the United States government against the so-called “thaw”, that was announced to the world in December 2014. The latest steps taken by Washington in connection with mysterious “acoustic attacks” on officials of its embassy in ...
The Caribbean islands struck by Hurricanes Irma and Mary during this Atlantic hurricane season began an arduous task of restoring their main livelihood, tourism, and hopes for all the help they can receive.
Global warming is not a joke. Neither are the sequels. The numerous cyclones that appeared at the same time in the Caribbean are convincing evidences of what is looming in the climate.
Scientists think that due to global warming it is inevitable that hurricanes will become increasingly destructive in this part of the world.
Hurricane Irma suddenly broke the tranquility of a peaceful September in the Caribbean and broke in a core way some islands of the region not only tourist industries, but also its societies and economies.