Link Up Local
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by Nieuwenhoven/Jackson
3d ago
Either you are into searching, scouting and finding out new, (yeah, new what??), new everything or you are not. I belong to the first category.  For me part of living on a Rock is embracing the style/ways and quirkiness of that Rock. Having moved to a new Rock a year ago I have the pleasure […] The post Link Up Local first appeared on Women Who Live On Rocks ..read more
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Return to a Small Island
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by Jacqueline Schofield
10M ago
So, my husband and I have just relocated from the “big” island of 60,000 people back to one of the smaller “sister” islands with a population of 2,000 people. We left here 20 years ago after the birth of our first child. The return has definitely felt like a homecoming. Happily, not much has changed […] The post Return to a Small Island first appeared on Women Who Live On Rocks ..read more
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The Story of Rose – The Little Dog That Could
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by Colleen King
11M ago
My life in the Dominican Republic had a major change in March 2020.  My husband and love of my life passed away.  I was also extremely ill with a Lupus flare and COVID at the time he died.  I was in hospital and wasn’t with him.  Doctors were trying their best to save me and […] The post The Story of Rose – The Little Dog That Could first appeared on Women Who Live On Rocks ..read more
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Sunkissed Christmas
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by Stacy
1y ago
This year I’ll be celebrating my 11th Christmas on this beautiful island and my main goal for this holiday season is to make the perfect sand-snowman. I can assure you that this is a task far more difficult than Pinterest or Instagram would have you believe. Last year’s attempt involved; five sun kissed children, four […] The post Sunkissed Christmas first appeared on Women Who Live On Rocks ..read more
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Christmas on Saba
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by Rhiannon Jorna
1y ago
It’s quiet out. And dark. The colourful street lights are up in each of the four villages of Saba, Chris Rea’s Driving Home for Christmas is playing, the tree is up, half hiding the presents underneath and the house smells of home-made cooking. It’s Christmas time (Cue: Band Aid). Time for thick woolen socks and […] The post Christmas on Saba first appeared on Women Who Live On Rocks ..read more
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My Love Letter to The Sea – How we are harming it and how we can protect it
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by Elizabeth Garcia
1y ago
I like the sea. That might be an under-statement: I really really love the sea. I love to see the different shades of blue, azure, turquoise and green. I love to take a stroll along the shoreline, barefoot, feeling the waves lapping over my toes, with various grades of coarse sand performing a wonderful natural […] The post My Love Letter to The Sea – How we are harming it and how we can protect it first appeared on Women Who Live On Rocks ..read more
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In Praise of Real Food
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by Wendy Gear-Kelly
1y ago
Island food culture is a wonderful riot, to be savoured and enjoyed. When we first came on island I was surprised by the food fusion between American, British and Caribbean fare. You would easily find an overblown pot of peanut butter alongside a similar-sized jar of Marmite in your local diner here. Now, the British […] The post In Praise of Real Food first appeared on Women Who Live On Rocks ..read more
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How To Be An Annoying Tourist
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by Kirstie Lindsay
1y ago
The cruise ship horns are blasting. The streets are bustling with wide-eyed people donned in Hawaiian print. The smell of aerosol sunscreen spray fills the hot tropical air and stings your eyes. This can only mean one thing…peak tourist season is upon us. The selfish part of me longs for those quiet September Saturdays – […] The post How To Be An Annoying Tourist first appeared on Women Who Live On Rocks ..read more
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First World Island Problems with Basil and Zucchini
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by Janine Popick
1y ago
This year was my first year in Turks and Caicos during Christmas. And every Christmas I make “sort of” homemade lasagna. I also make a yummy zucchini/truffle salad to go with it. This year was different. We were now in Turks and Caicos away from the friends we usually celebrate with. I invited six of […] The post First World Island Problems with Basil and Zucchini first appeared on Women Who Live On Rocks ..read more
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Reflections of A Former Island Celebrity
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by JoAnne a.k.a "Jazzy JoJo" Matthews-Saunders
1y ago
When I was a child growing up in Maryland during the 1950’s and 1960’s, I had dreams of becoming a mega stage and screen star. Back then, Mom worked for a former dancer who opened a dance studio. So from the ages of 5-7, I trained as a ballerina. Then, seeing that Modern Interpretive and […] The post Reflections of A Former Island Celebrity first appeared on Women Who Live On Rocks ..read more
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