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The clock at the Plymouth courthouse, stopped at seven minutes past twelve. Photograph by Mark Meredith

Volcano is boss: Montserrat after the Soufrière Hills eruption

Issue 77 (January/February 2006) | 0 comments
When the Soufrière Hills Volcano erupted in July 1995, the people of Montserrat didn’t know their whole way of life was about to change forever. A decade later, Mark Meredith visits Montserrat and finds a still-rumbling mountain, an island rebuilding itself- and volcano tourism

Photograph by Mark Meredith

A Sip of Suriname

Issue 58 (November/December 2002) | 0 comments
Mark Meredith goes on a whirlwind tour of BWIA’s newest Caribbean destination

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Bachacs: No Surrender

Issue 28 (November/December 1997) | 0 comments
Mark Meredith confronts a terrible army of bachacs in his garden

Caribbean Christmas Recipes

Issue 40 (November/December 1999) | 0 comments
Chef Khalid Mohammed’s Caribbean Christmas spread recipes

Photograph by Mark Meredith

Winston Nanan and the Caroni Swamp

Issue 30 (March/April 1998) | 0 comments
If Trinidad's Caroni Swamp is famous for its spectacular flocks of Scarlet Ibis; Winston Nanan is its champion

Legalise Marijuana March, Kingston, Jamaica. Photograph by Michael Gordon

The World of Rastafari

Issue 31 (May/June 1998) | 0 comments
Like the coconut palms and turquoise seas, the Rastaman symbolises the Caribbean image the world over

Golf clinic at the Chaguaramas Golf Club. Photograph by Mark Meredith

Seeing Green: Trinidad’s Stephen Ames

Issue 32 (July/August 1998) | 0 comments
Stephen Ames is putting Trinidad and Tobago and the Caribbean on the golfing map. Mark Meredith finds out how it all started

Tropical Chocs

Issue 34 (November/December 1998) | 0 comments

Last Chance to Party

Issue 34 (November/December 1998) | 0 comments
Mark Meredith looks groggily into the future

Mahadeo Jerrybandhan: Power Lines

Issue 35 (January/February 1999) | 0 comments
Mark Meredith meets Mahadeo Jerrybandhan, peerless palmist of Trinidad